Solutions Review’s Vendors to Know in Google Cloud Managed Services, 2021
Solutions Review’s annual Vendors to Know in Google Cloud Managed Services provides the details on some of the most critical solution providers in the space.
The editors at Solutions Review continually research the most prominent and influential Google Cloud Managed Service Providers to assist buyers in search of the tools befitting the needs of their organization. Choosing the right vendor and solution can be a complicated process; it requires constant market research and often comes down to more than just the solution and its technical capabilities. To make your search a little easier, we listed the vendors to know in Google Cloud Managed Services.
Note: Companies are listed in alphabetical order.
Accenture is a managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud offering cloud services and cloud-based solutions involving strategy, consulting, and operations. They provide help with security, scalability, migration, and agility, as well as defining support roles and using automation to infuse intelligence into IT service delivery. Accenture’s cloud services range from general-purpose for all enterprises to vertical-specific solutions that are tailor-made for businesses in different industries, with a reach that spans across the globe.
Cloudreach is a hyperscale managed service provider for AWS and Azure, and Google Cloud. The vendor offers two different types of managed cloud services: services that prepare a client’s systems, processes, and culture for the cloud, and services that helps clients optimize their returns and open them up to new opportunities. Cloudreach also teaches clients how to operate and optimize their cloud deployment and offers reliability services that provide continuous improvements to critical business operations running in the cloud.
Deloitte is a professional services company and managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. The company helps clients that need full support designing, building, and running their cloud environments. Deloitte also offers hands-on support and assists customers in re-engineering existing IT processes to add automation of traditional managed services. The vendor also offers SaaS products that emphasize their core expertise, such as payroll management, global tax services, financial advisory, and supply chain planning.
HCL Technologies is a global IT services company and managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. The company’s services range from migration to building cloud-native applications. HCL’s approach to the cloud revolves around their Mode 1-2-3 strategy; each mode consists of processes for different levels of cloud computing. The strategy’s objective is to build and maintain stable growth in the client’s market. HCL works to build “future-proof” tools and applications and provide life-cycle support for large enterprise clouds.
Infosys is an IT services company and managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. The company delivers applications, services, infrastructure, and more, working as a partner to help enterprises create a unified view of the enterprise cloud ecosystem. They advise clients on their transformation journey across every layer of the cloud, from initial adoption to long-term management. Infosys also provides support for migrating and modernizing legacy applications through a self-service cloud management portal.
Maven Wave, an Atos company, is a cloud-based IT services vendor and managed service provider for Google Cloud. The company’s managed services offerings for the Google Cloud Platform include usage support, security and performance monitoring, incident response, environment maintenance, and account management. The vendor was founded in 2008 and was an early partner for Google Cloud, offering managed GCP services since 2010; Google named Maven Wave as the 2017 and 2018 Google Cloud North America Services Partner of the Year.
Rackspace is a cloud security solutions vendor and managed cloud services provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. The vendor offers management capabilities for public, private, hybrid, and multicloud deployments depending on the customer’s needs and current cloud solutions. While Rackspace has been around since 1999, the company has only been offering managed cloud services since 2015. Gartner positioned Rackspace as a Leader in their 2019 Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure Professional and Managed Services, Worldwide.
Trianz provides clients with performant, flexible IT infrastructure that can readily accommodate any workflow. The vendor helps clients leverage Google Cloud Platform’s (GCP) modular cloud services, including computing, data storage, data analytics, and machine learning. Trianz offers Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, and serverless computing, as well as designing and delivering a cloud-based work environment for clients that can readily accommodate business operations in the long term.
Wipro is an IT services company and managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. The company has years of experience creating apps for enterprises on major hyperscale cloud providers; since Wipro is familiar with each cloud, the vendor is equipped to help clients with migrating to and managing multi-cloud deployments. In addition to cloud, Wipro has significant experience in other forms of IT, such as analytics, consulting, and product engineering, making them able to take care of enterprise cloud needs from a variety of perspectives.
Looking for a managed service provider for your cloud solutions? Our MSP Buyer’s Guide contains profiles on the top managed cloud service providers for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as questions you should ask vendors and yourself before buying. We also offer an MSP Vendor Map that outlines those vendors in a Venn diagram to make it easy for you to select potential providers.
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