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Cloud4C achieves Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Services Provider status

18 Dec 2019

Global cloud managed services provider Cloud4C has achieved Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Services Provider status from Microsoft.

The Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Services Provider (MSP) status recognises a cloud solution provider that has proven expertise and differentiation in the marketplace, showcasing capabilities across Azure services in helping customers navigate cloud landscape efficiently.

Cloud4C was recognised as an Azure Expert MSP based on its expertise across data centre modernisation services, cloud migration and managed services, SAP hosting services, business continuity, advisory services, advanced security management techniques, and constant improvement methodologies for Azure clients.

 "Our latest achievement is a testament to the depth of our Microsoft expertise and capabilities. We are committed to delivering value-based business outcomes by staying true to our ‘Total Ownership Philosophy’ and helping enterprises seamlessly deploy and manage workloads on Microsoft Azure,” says Cloud4C founder and CEO Sridhar Pinnapureddy.

“Our deep technical expertise as a certified Azure Expert MSP allows customers to focus on their core business functions and trust us with managing the intricacies of cloud,” Pinnapureddy continues.

Cloud4C says it will continue to deepen its collaboration with Microsoft to deliver end-to-end services to enable enterprises to migrate and manage workloads on Azure.

With this collaboration, Cloud4C’s Migration factory built for Azure will help enterprises in modernising their applications and Databases seamlessly to the cloud. With specialised skills for OpenSource databases like PostgreSQL, MariaDB, MySQL, and others, customised commercial database management services are enabling enterprises to transform on a cost-effective model while providing flexibility and agility to the clients’ IT ecosystem.

“We developed the Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider program to validate and recognise our most accomplished and qualified partners to drive growth for customers,” comments Microsoft One Commercial Partner corporate vice president Gavriella Schuster.

With this recognition, Cloud4C has demonstrated their expertise and commitment to deliver premium managed services on Azure,” Schuster continues.

With more than Azure Certified professionals and serving more than 3500 enterprises on cloud, Cloud4C enables customers to achieve seamless digital cloud journeys with specialised solution offering across SAP core banking, e-commerce, big data and analytics, cyber security, open source databases, artificial intelligence and machine learning, hybrid cloud, devops, automation, IoT, blockchain and app modernisation on Azure.

Cloud4C states that it has delivered one billion managed services hours with experience in migrating and managing more than 25,000 applications and databases on to cloud powered by AIOps and 24x7 machine learning enabled monitoring.

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