|Privately held company|
|Genre||Virtualization and Hosting Automation|
|Headquarters||Renton, Washington, USA|
|Birger Steen, CEO|
|Products||Odin Service Automation|
Odin Business Automation Standard
Number of employees
|800+ (as of Feb. 2015)|
Odin (virtualization and hosting automation) is a technology company that provides software to service providers such as hosters, telecommunication companies, value added resellers (VARs), distributors, and website designers. Odin’s software supports these service providers in bringing cloud computing to their small business customers.
March 2015: Parallels, Inc. moves to two separate brands: its service provider team becomes Odin, while its cross-platform solutions team continues to use the name Parallels.
Parallels Cloud Server (PCS) rebrands to Virtuozzo and announces native support for Docker.
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Odin’s products include:
APS allows services providers to offer more than 500 applications and cloud services, including aggregated third-party applications. The APS network includes hundreds of independent software vendors (ISVs) who use Odin service provider partners as additional channels to reach their SMB customers.
Odin Service Automation
Odin Service Automation is a cloud service delivery system used by hosting providers and communication service providers (CSPs) to automate provisioning and billing of cloud services. Through Odin Service Automation (SA), service providers offer services or applications through the cloud to SMBs.
Plesk simplifies web management activities for hosting websites and web applications. Plesk also includes a set of mass-management and security tools that can be used to profit from the growing demand for WordPress hosting. Infrastructure providers use Plesk to create solutions for web administrators, application developers, web professionals, and hosting service providers.
Virtuozzo is a virtualization solution that combines containers and storage to give service providers a single platform for delivering cloud services to their customers. Applications can be deployed on it and then transferred to the cloud, where they can be moved around as needed.
Odin (Virtualization and Hosting Automation)
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- Worldwide Operations HQ at http://www.odin.com/contact/
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