OpsRamp and JBS Partner to Accelerate IT Infrastructure Modernization in Japan
OpsRamp, the modern IT operations platform built for the complexity of the hybrid enterprise, announced a new partnership agreement with JBS, an independent cloud integrator in Japan. The company is widening its global footprint following its recent new investment from Morgan Stanley and HPE and European leadership expansion.
Today, enterprises are looking for ways to consolidate infrastructure and point tools into a digital operations command center and improve incident handling and resolution with AIOps. This has created a market opportunity for the OpsRamp platform that simplifies and transforms the hybrid enterprise.
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With headquarters in Japan and serving regional and global customers, JBS adds a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations required to satisfy the growing demand for hybrid, multi-cloud monitoring and management and automation. This new partnership allows JBS to sell OpsRamp licenses.
“We’re excited to deepen our already existing partnership with JBS,” said Mike Munoz, Chief Revenue Officer for OpsRamp. “JBS has won the Microsoft Japan Partner of the Year for the last seven years consecutively and supports the digital transformation of some of Japan’s largest enterprises. Our platform, with its capabilities for hybrid, multi-cloud discovery, monitoring, management, and automation will allow JBS to deliver a digital operations command center with AIOps to their customers. This renewed partnership is a great representation of our commitment to mutually-beneficial relationships across the continent and the globe.”
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“Research is telling us that most IT leaders use five or more different cloud providers as part of their enterprise cloud strategy. Multi-cloud adoption, along with the rise of new consumption models for infrastructure like containers, have presented new challenges for legacy enterprises throughout Japan. We’re excited to partner with OpsRamp and help these teams reduce the stress associated with modern infrastructure management,” said Takeshi Miura, Managing Executive Officer at JBS.
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