Business continuity solutions provider ZeroDown Software
and managed services provider Green House Data have formed a partnership. ZeroDown Software, which has headquarters in Greenwood Village, Colorado, United States, was established in 2000. The company has a vision of “a world without downtime”. Its services support critical enterprise applications, keeping them secure and making them available at a “fraction of the cost of traditional disaster recovery and high availability systems”. ZeroDown Software’s partnership with Green House Data is intended to make transition to the cloud safer and “drive Azure stack consumption”.
A ‘Microsoft CSP’ and ‘Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service’ provider, Green House Data is a “trusted adviser for managed enterprise IT services” that include cloud hosting, colocation, hybrid IT, managed IT solutions and data center services. The company also offers consulting options that enable its customers to choose, deploy, and manage platforms that best support their business requirements. Together the two companies will take a co-selling approach to distributing solutions, with a particular focus on the HA for Azure Stack solution.
ZeroDown Software’s patented HA for Azure Stack “provides a safety net for migration” and enables customers to safely migrate to Azure with ‘zero downtime’. The solution protects users operations from outages during the migration period, eliminating “the downtime risks inherent in typical migration solutions”.
“We are delighted to announce the integration of ZeroDown Software’s HA for Azure Stack solution into Green House Data’s powerful mix of cloud hosting and management, hybrid IT infrastructure, and Microsoft enterprise advisory services,” explained the CEO and co-founder of ZeroDown Software, Alan Gin. “Their proven expertise as a Microsoft systems integrator, together with their global presence as a provider of transformational IT services, makes them the perfect partner to extend the reach and use of our technology.”Do you know of any other companies forming partnerships? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.