• EasyStack’s founding engineer Guo Changbo was elected as an individual board member in the OpenStack Foundation. EasyStack now has two OpenStack core project PTLs in Oslo and Heat.

    January 2017
  • EasyStack completed US$50 million Series C funding, setting the record for having the largest single round of funds raised in China open source history.

    January 2017
  • in the inaugural China OpenStack top 10 enterprise users survey, half of those nominated are EasyStack customers.

    January 2017
  • EasyStack was ranked top 10 globally in code contribution to both OpenStack Mitaka and Newton versions.

    October 2016
  • EasyStack became members in Linux Foundation and CNCF Foundation.

    August 2016
  • Nanjing research and development center was established, alongside EasyStack’s key technology centers in Beijing and Zhengzhou.

    July 2016
  • during the product launch event at the China OpenStack Enterprise Best Practices Summit held in Beijing, EasyStack initiated its ecosystem partnership proliferation and growth strategy, aimed at on boarding hundred partners within a year.

    June 2016
  • EasyStack was awarded Gartner 2016 Cool Vendor.

    May 2016
  • EasyStack was inducted as OpenStack Foundation Gold Member at the Austin Summit.

    April 2016
  • announced ESCaaS, the first OpenStack based cloud as a service solution that is capable of provisioning and delivering to the user a dedicated cloud instance within seconds at the Tokyo Summit.

    October 2015
  • led the establishment of China’s Ministry of Industry cloud computing open source alliance and partnership program, and served as its board member.

    July 2015
  • completed US$16 million Series B funding.

    May 2015
  • announced China's first OpenStack based hybrid cloud solution at the Paris Summit.

    November 2014
  • ESCloud, the first private cloud solution became generally available.

    May 2014
  • EasyStack was founded.

    February 2014