Cloud provider offers its award-winning technical support with Azure platform
SHERBROOKE, QC. July 21, 2016 — Cloud provider SherWeb has added Microsoft Azure to its lineup of products and services, a move that will provide its customers with award-winning technical support for this world-renowned platform.
SherWeb made the announcement today, adding that Azure’s extensive list of integrated services and tools will allow its clients to build and deploy a much wider range of IT projects. Clients who sign up for Azure will also have access to Performance Cloud, SherWeb’s own Infrastructure-as-a-Service offering. SherWeb will sell Azure through Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program.
Guillaume Boisvert, SherWeb’s Director of Product Management for Performance Cloud, said this new offering will boost SherWeb’s reputation as a leading Cloud Service Provider. The company’s clients will also have access to an impressive range of cloud services.
Best of the Best in Cloud Solutions
“We’re equipping our clients with the best of the best in new cloud solutions,″ said Boisvert. ″When we combine Azure with what our Performance Cloud can do, we now cover the complete spectrum of hosting-related services: from launching a .NET application in a German datacenter to running traditional ERP on high-performance virtual machines.‟
SherWeb is a Microsoft Gold partner and its technical support team is one of the best in the industry. SherWeb’s Microsoft-certified technicians will ensure clients understand Azure and feel confident about executing their next cloud project.
Aziz Benmalek, Vice President for Worldwide Hosting & Cloud Services at Microsoft Corp., said the company relies on its partner network to drive the ongoing transformation to the cloud.
‟Customers are rapidly adopting hybrid cloud solutions to help grow their businesses. By adding Azure, SherWeb will own the end-to-end cloud customer lifecycle while adding new levels of support, “ said Benmalek. “Microsoft is proud to have SherWeb as a partner and we look forward to the work they will be doing with Azure.″