Cloudnexa launches White Label vNOC managed Cloud offering for Amazon Web Services

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Cloudnexa has launched its White Label Managed Service Program (MSP). The program reportedly allows existing AWS Partner Network (APN) members to immediately expand their business models and offer managed services to their customers by taking advantage of this white label offering from Cloudnexa.

The offering also applies to companies not yet engaged with AWS, but who are considering becoming involved in the AWS Managed Service Program. Cloudnexa, which currently manages millions of AWS total instance hours each month, was the second company to earn the ability to offer White Label MSP services for AWS after completing a rigorous third-party audit.

"Achieving the status of a White Label Managed Service Provider from AWS marks a tremendous milestone for our company," said Joel Davne, CEO and Founder of Cloudnexa. "This new service offering allows Cloudnexa to activate a one-to-many distribution model offering our award winning vNOC platform more broadly to clients wanting to take advantage of AWS services, and enables our partners to expand their revenue streams and deliver MSP services under their brand. We will also offer a White Label Premium product which includes services from our partners Trend Micro, Sumo Logic and AppDynamics, all delivered under a single agreement with a utility based pricing structure."

"A cohesive security strategy that supports business operations across the enterprise is of fundamental importance in light of today's sophisticated threat landscape," said Partha Panda, vice president of global channels and strategic alliances, Trend Micro. "Aligning with innovators, such as Cloudnexa, that see the importance of making security seamless allows us to meet the security and compliance demands of organizations regardless of size or industry."

"The AWS Managed Service Program equips MSPs with tools they need to deliver continuous innovation around security, DevOps, proactive monitoring and streamlined management of their customers' environments. We are happy to see Cloudnexa offer their expertise in AWS managed services as a white label solution," said Terry Wise, vice president of worldwide partner ecosystem, Amazon Web Services, Inc. "A growing number of consulting companies who are changing their business models to include application managed services may not have the resources to offer 24x7 support or application monitoring. Passing the rigorous, independent audit validates Cloudnexa's proven expertise in AWS Cloud services and offers a great alternative to these partners."

As a platinum sponsor of AWS re:Invent, Cloudnexa will be demonstrating its services at Booth 1320, Oct. 6-9 at the Venetian in Las Vegas. Attendees can also learn how other businesses are already benefiting from Cloudnexa's services by attending the "Stories from the Road: SMB Panel - Utilizing Cloud to Achieve Business Agility" customer panel on Wednesday, October 7th at 1:30pm.

Cloudnexa is an authorised reseller of AWS services and offers vNOC as a component to all of its self-service, managed or premium managed cloud customers. The management platform is a complement to the AWS console and enables customers to view, manage and provision their AWS environments from a single portal, with management capabilities such as billing, resource management, performance, security and governance.

In addition to accessing Cloudnexa's vNOC offering, the white label program will also include the option to bundle Cloudnexa's Premium Managed Services for Sumo Logic's next-generation machine data analytics, AppDynamics' application intelligence, and Trend Micro's deep security as a service.

Cloudnexa comments that it is committed to achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction by continually optimising customers' cloud spend, all while providing the expert technical resources required to take advantage of all the technical and performance innovations offered by AWS. With this white label offering, Cloudnexa can expedite the onramp process for partners wishing to join the AWS Managed Service Program, depending on their needs and technical capabilities.

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