Solutions Review is proud to release an all new resource for comparing cloud managed service providers (MSPs), the Cloud MSP Vendor Map. Solutions Review has developed this new product comparison guide to assist buyers in search of the best possible vendor to fit the needs of their organization. This resource features an at-a-glance reference for 23 cloud managed service players, the solutions they provide, and the markets they address. The map includes solutions for the top three public cloud vendors – Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Top providers highlighted include: 2nd Watch, 8K Miles, Accenture, AllCloud, Avanade, Capgemini, Cloudnexa, Cloudreach, Cognizant, Deloitte, DXC Technology, HCL Technologies, Infosys, Logicworks, Mission, NTT Communications, Onica, Rackspace, REAN Cloud, Smartronix, Tata Consultancy Services, Tierpoint, and Wipro.
Cloud managed service providers remotely manage a company’s cloud infrastructure and work directly with clients to operate and run their cloud architecture. Specifically, they offer outsourced services and tasks that help cloud users ensure that events and programs in the cloud run smoothly. Cloud infrastructures are becoming more and more complex as the number of tasks possible in the cloud grows larger. Because of this growth in services, many cloud users feel overwhelmed by how much they need to manage.
Choosing the right cloud MSP vendor can be a daunting task because there are different cloud platforms that MSPs can manage, as well as different services that each MSP specializes in. In this Vendor Map, Solutions Review segments the MSP space into distinct cloud platform categories in an attempt to assist you in your search for the best possible product.
Our MSP Buyer’s Guide contains profiles on the top cloud MSP vendors for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as questions you should ask providers 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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