21Vianet Blue Cloud Starts Distributing 5nine Cloud Management Products in Mainland China

Global cloud management and security provider, 5nine, has signed a distribution agreement with 21Vianet Blue Cloud for Mainland China. 5nine has officially authorized 21Vianet Blue Cloud as an exclusive distributor of 5nine’s products in mainland China.

21Vianet Blue Cloud, operator and service provider of Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365 services in China (excluding Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan), delivers hosting and cloud services to its customers. 21Vianet Blue Cloud is a wholly-owned subsidiary of 21Vianet Group (Nasdaq: VNET).

5nine provides an integrated and scalable solution for optimizing and securing workloads across the Microsoft Cloud – public, private or hybrid – for administrators, information technology leaders and service providers who need more control and visibility of decentralized cloud environments.

“The exclusive partnership with 5Nine enriches our product portfolio, especially in the area of hybrid cloud Infrastructure management, security and migration,” said Mr. John Dong, General Manager of Channel & Solution Accelerator Group, 21Vianet Blue Cloud. “We are looking for a great partnership and success together in China.”

Sales Channels Chinese Market

According to the distribution agreement, 21Vianet Blue Cloud will market, distribute and support 5nine’s Cloud Security and Management products in mainland China through 21Vianet Blue Cloud’s established sales channels in the local market. Through this collaboration, 5nine will extend its comprehensive range of cloud management, migration and security products to customers in China.

“We are pleased to announce the partnership with 21Vianet Blue Cloud for the distribution of 5nine Cloud Management and Cloud Security products in Mainland China,” said Dr. Konstantin Malkov, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Director of 5nine. “The 5nine platform has proven to provide tremendous operational and cost efficiencies for Microsoft Hyper-V and Azure customers, and we believe it should help to increase Microsoft cloud customers’ footprint in China.”