Neostratus, capital investment of DBH Group, joined the Microsoft Cloud OS Network (COSN) program, limited to a selective number of partners worldwide, based on their hosting expertise with Microsoft technologies to provide flexibility and choice for hybrid cloud solutions.
Microsoft’s vision of one consistent platform for infrastructure, applications, and data across customer, service provider, and Microsoft datacenters is Cloud OS. A vision helping companies realize a cloud-optimized business by fulfilling infrastructure needs from every perspective enabling deployment of a true hybrid solution spanning on-premises private cloud, Microsoft Azure, and service provider-hosted clouds.
Research from IDC earlier this year shows that spending on infrastructure to run public and private clouds continues to grow at leaps and bounds as spending on non-cloud infrastructure decreases. Within the cloud segment, spending on public and private cloud IT infrastructure will grow at 18.8% and 10.3% CAGR respectively until 2020. A Tech Pro study revealed that 69% of respondents who are using or considering hybrid cloud will be more than 50% hybrid cloud based within the next five years.
“Being now part of the Cloud OS Network, we can offer certified Cloud OS based IaaS for private and hybrid clouds based on Windows Azure Pack, Microsoft Systems Center and Windows Server Data Center Edition as part of our platform offering”, says András Tüdős, CTO of Neostratus. “We can offer this either directly to customers or enable partners selling to their SMB or Enterprise customers based on our white label cloud platform. Or we can even deploy this in a customer’s or partner’s data center using their specific customizations for our Cloud Services Manager and marketplace.”
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