RackNap, platform for cloud services delivery and business process automation, has announced the availability of its RackNap application in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. This would enable Microsoft partners to “easily” install RackNap in their Azure Subscription with a few clicks and deliver Microsoft cloud services including Microsoft Office 365, Azure and Dynamics 365.
As a cloud service delivery platform, RackNap would be a right-fit for Cloud Solution Providers (CSP), Managed Service Providers (MSP), telcos, data centers and other subscription-based IT service providers for delivering cloud as well as traditional IT services (e.g. hosting). RackNap also helps CSPs manage their provisioning, billing, support, inventory, partner and customer lifecycle from a single platform.
“We have a strong and long-standing relationship with Microsoft that has spanned a decade now,” said Guruprit Ahuja, CEO of RackNap. “This is another milestone in our alliance and will fast track the adoption and consumption of Office 365 and Azure services via RackNap. We are able to deliver RackNap’s complete solution via the Azure Marketplace in an easy to consume way on a monthly subscription based licensing model.”
“A solution like RackNap offers capabilities for partners to simplify billing and provisioning of cloud services like Microsoft Azure or Office 365,” said Nicole Herskowitz, General Manager, Microsoft Azure Product Marketing at Microsoft. “This offering supports the adoption of cloud services, brings efficiency with automation and helps our partners to focus on their business.”
RackNap is available in two deployment models – On-Premises and Cloud. The listing of RackNap in Azure Marketplace would make it easy for Microsoft partners to install RackNap in the cloud – in a matter of minutes.