Microsoft case study: As cloud offerings proliferate, Revera has launched new managed services for clients using their in-country and offshore Azure platforms.
For some customers, transitioning to a full public cloud option can be a difficult decision to make. For government and enterprise customers, security and local restrictions can make public cloud options harder to consider, particularly in locations where the nearest cloud datacentres are offshore.
Revera’s experience selling cloud services to Government paid off when the New Zealand Department of Internal Affair’s approved their Revera Apollo platform for its All-of-Government services catalogue.
Revera’s hybrid cloud offering, Apollo, is an Azure-enabled, in-country cloud platform using Azure Pack, System Center and Hyper-V and looking too soon to extend into Azure Stack.
Revera’s pedigree is in infrastructure and platform services. As they look to add more value for their customer, ISVs become valuable partners for the value they can add on top of Revera’s cloud platforms and Azure managed services.
Read the Microsoft case study.
date_range 16 February 2017
06 December 2017
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01 November 2017
Megaport PoP offers Wellington launch-pad for elastic connectivity to global clouds
30 October 2017
Design and testing of new IT platform to deliver Waikato DHB’s 700-plus applications is underway in Revera’s Homeland Government IaaS Cloud