With Nebeula, desktop apps run in the cloud, any cloud. Nebeula also supports on-prem deployments. It takes less than 15 minutes to create an end-to-end app delivery deloyment from scratch. Nebeula is the future of cloud-based workspaces.
Nebula significantly reduces your infrastructure footprint (e.g. no VPNs or gateways needed). It seamlessly integrates with your existing infrastructure (Active Directory or G Suite) and extends your corporate network to the cloud, securely and automatically.
Legacy VDI solutions are designed for a non-elastic, single-tenant datacenter. Nebeula has completely and radically shifted the end-user computing paradigm: in the cloud, new architecture, new devops principles, and nothing to install.
Nebeula uses the secure - Google Chrome platform and Chromoting protocol to deliver an unparalleled user experience.
Run any Windows or Linux software in a browser
Deliver entire workspaces from the cloud
Deploy applications and desktops in under 15 minutes
Least expensive application delivery solution
Integrate with G Suite, G Drive or Microsoft Active Directory
Chromotif Nebeula Features
Purpose-built for Cloud
Fully cloud-based architecture. No on-premise access, security or delivery infrastructure required.
Lift and Shift
Quickly and seamlessly deliver applications from the cloud or “cloud enable” your existing infrastructure.
HTML5 webclient and web store downloadable secure browser extension client. Zero device management.
Deliver applications and desktops from any of the top public clouds – Google Cloud Platform, AWS, Azure.
Real “session based” multi-user architecture. No single GUI per VM overhead. No RDP transcoding, or dual hops.
Single Sign-On with Microsoft Active Directory or Google G Suite User Directory.
Ubiquitous data availability with #Drive. Natively integrate cloud drives with applications and desktops.
Securely built for the Chrome ecosystem, using standards based Google Chromoting protocol.
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The Chromotif Leadership Team
As application delivery and virtualization developers, we’ve spent our entire professional lives designing and running large-scale application delivery systems and cloud services. With decades of experience, we know the limitations of existing technologies. What we always wanted — but never found — was a cloud-based infrastructure deployment and application delivery solution that's immensely scalable, powerful, easy to use, affordable and multi-cloud. We started Chromotif to create that solution.
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