- Prediction #5: Application Programming Interfaces (API) Will Be Exposed as The Weakest Link Leading to Cloud-Native Threats
- Prediction #4: DevSecOps Will Rise to Prominence as Growth in Containerized Workloads Causes Security Controls to ‘Shift Left’
- Prediction #3: Ransomware Attacks to Morph into Two-Stage Extortion Campaigns
- Prediction #2: Adversaries to Generate Deepfakes to Bypass Facial Recognition
- Prediction #1: Broader Deepfakes Capabilities for Less-skilled Threat Actors
- 9 December 2013 10:43
ComputeNext adds CloudCentral to its cloud marketplace
ComputeNext cloud broker offers a marketplace, enabling its customers to easily find the right cloud services provider to suit their needs. Users can discover, procure, and provision on-demand servers, storage, and software using a single pane of glass for workload management. This means customers can easily move deployments between cloud providers and their workload manager ensures optimum planning and scaling ability to its customers.
“At ComputeNext we pride ourselves on serving the diverse needs of our customers, and we are excited to have CloudCentral onboard as an available IaaS solution in Australia,” said Sundar Kannan, CEO of ComputeNext. “Supporting CloudCentral’s Cloud Platform helps us to better serve the growing market who expect superior user experience worldwide, and the highly available infrastructure to power it.”
CloudCentral's CloudPlatform is exclusively hosted within Australian data centres with Tier III availability, providing low-latency access to customers based within the region. CloudCentral CloudPlatform enables Australian-hosted cloud services to be tailored for software developers, service providers, government and enterprise customers. It delivers lower latency and data sovereignty assurance that our enterprise and government customers demand. CloudCentral CloudPlatform is based on Citrix CloudPlatform, and has been selected to host Australian government services under the terms of the Australian Government Data Center as a Service (DCaaS) Multi Use List (MUL) for cloud and cloud-like services.
According to Kristoffer Sheather, CEO of CloudCentral: “We welcome ComputeNext on board as a strategic partner. It is exciting to be integrated into the ComputeNext cloud marketplace as this further increases our footprint and also provides another Australian-hosted cloud computing offering for customers seeking increased flexibility, scalability and cost-effective computing solutions. Cloud computing with CloudCentral provides this in an open and yet highly secure environment, vital elements to truly benefit from cloud."
CloudCentral’s cloud infrastructure services are provided to our partner’s on-demand, with a true pay-as-you-grow model with no upfront costs. CloudCentral is an Australian company our solutions are developed, hosted and secured in Australia. Delivered from Australian tier III data centres provide you with business critical service levels, low latency and the confidence that your customer data is not transferred overseas.
Our services are simple to manage and scale through our self-service online portal, gets started in minutes and scale in seconds.
Our Go-to-market model is through our partners hence we pass leads onto them and support their sales. CloudCentral’s cloud platform can be tailored, branded and customized to our partner’s specific requirements.
Further information is available at www.cloudcentral.com.au.
CloudCentral media contacts: Cathryn van der Walt, 12 Worlds, Tel: 0402 327 633 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow CloudCentral: Our updates on Twitter at twitter.com/cloudcentral
About ComputeNext ComputeNext – most recently named a Gartner Cool Vendor (2013) in Cloud Service Brokerage is a Bellevue, WA based cloud-technology company which is pioneering the way organizations search, discover, procure and provision cloud services. As a leader in building a federated cloud ecosystem they enable end-to-end transactions across platform agnostic infrastructure.
Holding the belief that a few cloud providers cannot satisfy the world’s computing demands their mission is to promote choice and efficient computing through federation.
To learn more, visit www.computenext.com.
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