Choice for your workloads.

Carrenza has gained years of expertise in multi-cloud computing services operating in a single architecture.

As an enterprise you will be using several applications, either cloud-native or legacy, to run your business and these will require multiple infrastructure platforms (laaS, managed or on-premise) to operate.

Carrenza designs and manages different cloud infrastructures by leveraging features, capabilities and flexible financial models based on your needs. You can deploy workloads across multiple platforms (active-active), or deploy a single workload on one cloud platform with a backup on another (active-passive), all in a pay per use model.

What does multi-cloud look like?

Carrenza works with organizations to deliver applications and production sites across a mix of cloud platforms. These include: Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Carrenza’s own pay per use secure cloud (Carrenza Cloud).

This allows clients the benefits of sharing workloads between cloud platforms that meet their technical as well as compliance requirements.

Carrenza as experts in multi-cloud

Over the years, Carrenza has become a market-leading provider of IaaS and PaaS solutions; with award-winning infrastructure and platform services supporting numerous mission-critical workloads.

The Carrenza Cloud powers de Bijenkorf’s (Selfridges Group) online ‘Crazy Days’ (Drie Dwaze Dagen), events, which meant being able to cope with over 500 transactions per second; RBS use Carrenza to drive e-commerce and support their multi-cloud infrastructure, Majestic Wine use the Carrenza Cloud to drive its online sales; and the UK’s Government Digital Service works with Carrenza to host GOV.UK, which supports the new Verify identity assurance service and power the Individual Electoral Register platform.

Carrenza has strong relationships with:

These affiliations go much deeper than traditional partnerships – we run systems that challenge their technology and our relationships are bi-lateral, involving C-level communications.

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