The two enterprise cloud providers leverage physical proximity to offer low-latency cloud infrastructure for critical Windows workloads.
When Abacus Solutions migrated its data center operations to QTS facilities two years ago, a host of potential vendor partnerships became available to them. One such company was Green Cloud, a partner-focused windows cloud provider headquartered in Greenville, SC. Green Cloud’s offerings include Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), among others, making it an ideal partner to better serve Abacus customers that still have Windows workloads they can’t afford to leave behind.
Both companies house their cloud infrastructures in the same QTS data center facilities in Atlanta, GA and Irving, TX. By taking advantage of physical proximity, they’re able to eliminate concerns about latency between their respective environments. The strategic partnership with Green Cloud allows Abacus to offer a robust Windows Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution for its customers.
The Green Cloud partnership helps Abacus continually evolve into a best of breed solution provider. Abacus’s focus is the IBM i and these business-critical workloads need supporting environments and infrastructure. Green Cloud is intertwined into the Abacus Cloud giving customers specialty resources across multiple platforms allowing customers to migrate to the cloud with confidence. – Patrick Schutz, Chief Sales Officer
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