The cloud integrator has handled more than 325 implementations for the likes of Coca-Cola, General Electric, Target and Tiffany & Co.
Technology channel maven Heather Clancy chronicles the VARs, integrators and service providers defining the public, private and hybrid cloud revolution.
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Cloud integrator expands services for organizations that need short-term cloud processing or infrastructure capacity.
Over the past two years, the cloud integrator has added 50 new jobs across the United States.
ManageEngine, which develops a broad range of automation and monitoring tools, adds extensive cloud services and apps support to password service software.
The highly regarded integration partner for Salesforce and Google recently became the first to earn Preferred Partner status for the big cloud management and automation player.
The first services to emerge from the new relationship will become available in June.
8KMiles, part of Amazon's elite consulting network, is paying $7.5 million to expand its security capabilities — the first of several anticipated acquisitions.
Sales for customized engineering services — and for its Canadian operations — helped offset slower sales to the solution provider's traditional SMB customer set.
Indianapolis-based Bluelock offers two different services: One meant for its existing cloud hosting customers, the other targeted at businesses seeking a cloud-based option for on-site virtual datacenters.
The offerings integrate pre-tested Dell servers, networking gear, and storage hardware with OnApp's cloud infrastructure software.
The New Hampshire-based cloud integrator has forged relationships with Microsoft, Salesforce, Xactly, Marketo, and other strategic software-as-a-service providers.
The North Carolina company, which became a Google Apps Premier SMB Reseller in July 2012, now brokers cloud services and applications for more than 100 regional internet service providers.
The Summer 2013 release includes broader API management capabilities and process libraries, which supports development of custom services that can be reused more easily.
Acquisitions are helping the cloud integrator win customers across the Atlantic.
Integrator GlassHouse Technologies encourages IT teams to begin cloud migrations by better understanding what employees have already brought in the door.