CloudJumper Joins Microsoft DCO Program in Support of MSP Data Center Migration to Microsoft Azure
CloudJumper, a leading provider of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Workspace as a Service (WaaS) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions, announced that the company has joined the Microsoft Data Center Optimization (DCO) program. CloudJumper supports IT solution providers in the movement of their IT operations to Azure, reducing the capital and operational costs of cloud solution delivery. Microsoft and the DCO program empowers CloudJumper channel partners in the migration to Azure.
The Microsoft DCO Program supports administrators in reducing data center costs by transitioning to Azure’s global cloud infrastructure which now spans more than 100 highly secure facilities worldwide. With Azure, the freedom to build, manage, and deploy CloudJumper’s Cloud Workspace® Management Suite (CWMS) on a massive, global network is a simple task, reducing the time and complexity of implementing DaaS, WaaS and cloud-based application delivery.
Engagement with the DCO Program
CloudJumper assists partners with entry into the DCO program, providing deployment and management support, along with marketing guidance throughout their engagement. IT solution providers interested in enabling higher value add scenarios, offerings and services with a global reach can find detailed information on the Microsoft DCO informational site at: https://usdco.azurewebsites.net/Default.aspx.
CloudJumper has aligned with Microsoft to orchestrate Cloud Workspaces on Azure, enabling partners to deliver cloud solutions at scale. With customized adaptation to Microsoft Azure, IT solution providers benefit from significant operational efficiencies, simplified management, and auto-scaling that allows on-demand expansion or contraction of services rendered. Leveraging CloudJumper’s powerful cloud platform, administrators have the ability to unify management and centralize oversight of their desktop and application infrastructure, significantly reducing management complexity.
CWMS for Azure eliminates the need to host components outside of Azure’s compute environment and simplifies user access by passing Active Directory Domain Services credentials throughout the platform, using single sign-on to access applications based on user-defined policies for a better overall experience. Administrators have the ability to manage the entire technology stack, including server resources as the organization requires. CloudJumper also integrates billing into the administrator’s interface to streamline client management and administration.
“CloudJumper is a key technology partner and we welcome this alignment with Microsoft,” said Aaron Garza, VP, Business Development, Pax8. “With Azure, managed service providers can transcend what has been possible by leveraging the scalability and reliability of the Microsoft Cloud. As a result, the delivery of highly agile business solutions is at their fingertips, supported by one of the largest cloud networks on earth.”
“Cloud Workspace for Azure offers partners the unique ability to grow cloud revenues by developing and deploying enterprise-class solutions how and where they are needed, at the most competitive rates possible,” said Max Pruger, Chief Revenue Officer, CloudJumper. “We are pleased to be a part of Microsoft’s DCO Program as Azure will be central to our operational efforts over the next several years. Managed service provides that capitalize on this opportunity will be better positioned in the market with excellent opportunities to expand their revenue base.”