Cloud, collocation, and data center Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider Expedient
has announced the launch of new multi-cloud services. Expedient, which has headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, was established in 2001. With operations in Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, and Arizona, the HIPAA, PCI DSS, and SOC-compliant company is “one of the top 3 managed services providers worldwide”. Its solutions allow its customers to “focus on strategic business innovation” while it deals with their information technology needs. Its range of services extends to managed data storage, and servers, virtualization, and disaster recovery. Expedient’s new range of multi-cloud services will help business customers optimize operations, performance, and costs across multi-cloud IT environments.
Expedient’s new enterprise cloud platforms and new Multi-Cloud Universal services draw of VMware products such as ESXi, vCenter, vCloud Director, and vCenter Server Appliance. The new options are a response to increased demand for its services, especially amongst mid-sized and larger companies that need to address issues related to combining IT on-prem operations, enterprise cloud, hyper-scale cloud, and other elements. The offerings provide continuous workload optimization, rigorous security through a single management point for firewall rules and policies, and enhanced data management “through multi-cloud file and object storage”.
“Our new universal services and solutions offer a Cloud Different approach, one that optimizes the full spectrum of business workloads, not just cloud-native,” explained Bryan Smith, Expedient’s Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer in press release. “We embrace legacy IT investment, often amassed over decades, while not imposing a one-size-fits-all-in-model on our customers. This enables our customers to significantly accelerate their digital transformation efforts while reducing operational complexity.”Do you know of any other companies offering new options? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.