Intelliworx New Cloud Services with OnApp
Intelliworx has just launched its new global public cloud service, and has adopted the OnApp Cloud Management Platform for its delivery.
Intelliworx is a managed services provider to the SMB and mid-market in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The target audience for the company’s new cloud service are software developers, small businesses and enterprise IT departments, as announced.
With this launch, Intelliworx is deploying OnApp at its data centers in London and Sydney, and using OnApp’s network of wholesale compute infrastructure (the OnApp Federation) to offer its customers global scale and geographic reach.
“It’s been our ambition to launch our own public cloud service for some time, but it was only when we discovered OnApp that it became simple and affordable for our customers, and for us,” said Shane Maher, Managing Director, Intelliworx.
“We’re already winning business from clients looking for a more flexible and cost-effective alternative to AWS, and with the support of OnApp, and the global reach of the Federation, we’re looking forward to a bright future,” Maher adds.
OnApp is a cloud management solution for MSPs, Telcos and hosting providers. Intelliworx also stated that it chose the OnApp Cloud Management Platform for its metering and billing flexibility, secure multi-tenant self-service, 24×7 support and its unique Federation capability.
According to Intelliworx, its new service gives customers a fast and easy way to move applications to a secure public cloud, using locations that best suit their latency and data sovereignty requirements, and complements the company’s existing range of managed cloud and IT services.
“It’s been great working with Shane and the Intelliworx team. By launching its own public cloud, Intelliworx has broadened its service portfolio and can now offer customers a unique alternative to vanilla cloud services,” said Jerry Mumford, Sales Director at OnApp.
It was also announced that a roll-out of OnApp to Intelliworx datacenters in New Zealand is planned for 2020.