Today we announced that we’ve joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program as a Technology Partner.
“The Google Cloud Platform Partner Program enables us to integrate our product offerings for cloud networking and image management with the power of the Google Cloud Platform,” said our CTO +Chris Swan. “The Google Cloud Platform offers a broad set of application development, cloud storage, large scale computing, and big data capabilities that provides us with a way to offer GCE users control over server images, security, addressing, topology and protocols. With the addition of VNS3 overlay networking features and Server3 image management, GCE users can now create customer-controlled overlay networks made up of their custom server images.”
Some cool things Google’s Cloud Platform customers can do now include:
- Cloud app solutions, such as mobile apps, social apps, business process apps, and websites, using App Engine and Google Cloud SQL.
- Cloud storage solutions, such as high-end backup and recovery, active archiving, global file sharing/collaboration, and primary SAN/NAS, using Google Cloud Storage
- Large-scale computing solutions, such as batch processing, data processing and high performance computing using Google Compute Engine
- Big data solutions, such as interactive tools, trend detection and BI dashboards, using Google BigQuery and Google Prediction API
“To help customers get the most out of our cloud platform products,” explains Shailesh Rao, Director of New Products and Solutions for Google Cloud Platform, “we work closely with technology companies, like CohesiveFT, that provide powerful complementary solutions integrated with our platform.”
The Google Cloud Platform Partner Program includes Technology Partners such as ISVs and SaaS vendors, platform companies, management and development tools vendors, analytics providers, business intelligence and ETL vendors, and storage specialists.
Our partner participation helps GCE users find more complementary technologies that are already integrated to solutions on top of Google’s Cloud Platform.
And it’s the last week to vote for us in the SVC Awards: http://ow.ly/pNAHm
We’re finalist in the 2013 Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Awards. The nominated project, in support of the Energy Savings Trust, is shortlisted for Public Sector Virtualization Project of the Year.
By: Margaret Valtierra