Andrew Mellish, of Six Degrees Group Company Carrenza shares the challenges public sector organisations face when it comes to implementing cloud services
Converged technology infrastructure provider Six Degrees Group (6DG) recently announced the acquisition of Carrenza, the cloud service provider.
Cloud provider Carrenza has deployed NetApp Solidfire all-flash arrays to power its services and has been able to guarantee storage performance service levels to customers.
Carrenza, a cloud service provider and Six Degrees Group company, has been accredited as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Consulting Partner in the UK.
Source: www.cloud.governmentcomputing.com/ By:Government Computing | March 17, 2016 Andrew Mellish, public sector business manager for Carrenza, considers why G-Cloud has become the template for digital procurement and how the Crown Marketplace may develop in turn G-Cloud, hosted via the Digital Marketplace, has achieved many of its main aims since it was unveiled in 2012. Not only[…]
Source: www.securitynewsdesk.com/ By:Security News Desk | February 4, 2016 Cloud service provider expands range of PGA rated official IAAS, PAAS and consulting services on latest public sector procurement framework to include secure collaboration and communication tools. Carrenza, the cloud services provider, and Regify, the trusted e-communications solutions provider, announced a partnership that will see several of Regify’s solutions available[…]
Source: www.businesscloudnews.com/ By:Business Cloud News | September 30, 2015 UK cloud service provider Carrenza has announced it is now providing the majority of hosting for the government digital service (GDS) as it made the production and staging environments for the Gov.UK site live on its cloud infrastructure. Gov.uk has now rationalised hundreds of individual web sites[…]
Source: www.itproportal.com/ By:Dan Sutherland | February 17, 2015 There is no doubt in my mind that G-Cloud has helped to widen the playing field and open up public sector opportunities to SME suppliers like Carrenza and at the end of the day that was what it was designed for. G Cloud’s “quicker, cheaper and more competitive”[…]