Cloudnexa Recognized by Outsourcing Gazette for Helping Clients Achieve the Full Value of Cloud Computing on AWS
PHILADELPHIA, Penn. (August 6, 2015) – Cloudnexa, an industry-leading managed cloud provider that helps clients realize the full utility power of cloud computing on Amazon Web Services (AWS), today announced it has been chosen as one of the Top 25 Most Promising Cloud Services Vendors by Outsourcing Gazette, a leading platform for news, analysis and thought leadership in the outsourcing community.
This recognition further demonstrates Cloudnexas leadership in the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) space, particularly with small-to-medium businesses and government organizations. As an AWS Partner Network (APN) Premier Consulting Partner, a Channel Reseller Partner and an AWS Managed Service Partner, Cloudnexa has earned a reputation for utilizing best practices to manage scalable, secure and compliant AWS services with delivery enabled by its patented vNOC Cloud Management Platform.
Outsourcing Gazette published its list of the “25 Most Promising Cloud Services Vendors” to help identify the best providers in this fast-growing market, and to educate readers about what to look for in a CSP. Cloudnexa won the recognition after a rigorous selection process by a panel of analysts, industry experts, CEOs, CIOs, and the publications editorial team.
Choosing the right managed cloud provider is a critical decision in todays business environment where clients are turning to cloud more and more to solve business challenges and support execution of strategic objectives, said Joel Davne, CEO of Cloudnexa. “Outsourcing Gazette” selection of Cloudnexa as one of the top 25 CSPs is excellent independent validation of our unique AWS expertise.
Cloudnexas customers, which utilize more than a total of two million AWS instance hours per month, leverage Cloudnexas value-added services and experience on a pay-as-you-use model through the vNOC cloud management platform. vNOC, delivered in a SaaS model, enables organizations to provision and manage their AWS environments from a single portal, even across multiple accounts and regions.