NTT-owned multi-cloud solutions provider Netmagic said that it has boosted its strategic alliance with Google Cloud to become a managed services provider under the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Programme.
The enhanced partnership, as per the Mumbai-based IT services company, would enable it to provide enterprises with optimised business workloads on Google Cloud.
Additionally, clients can now access a single dashboard via the Cloud Management Portal (CMP), which will bring transparency to cloud performance along with better reliability and billing, a statement said.
The development comes on the heels of a recent report by cloud provider Nutanix, which showed that 63% of enterprises in India have ramped up investments in hybrid cloud to overcome the negative effects of Covid-19, as opposed to 46% globally.
Netmagic currently provides cloud services for companies in the media, fintech, automotive and digital native verticals.
In July last year, Netmagic announced that it had partnered with Google Cloud to establish a centre of excellence (CoE). Netmagic, at the time, said it will be able to support organisations in their cloud journey, from strategy and design to implementation and management of their hybrid architecture.
It will also help enterprises with capacity and billing management, cloud adoption through data centre extension and access to a unified view of their hybrid cloud ecosystem, it had said.
The CoE was expected to serve as a multi-disciplinary customer showcase hub to develop solutions based on Google Cloud’s modern application platform Anthos. The CoE team was to test and build solutions for different industries, utilising Google Cloud and Netmagic’s services.
The partnership also allowed Netmagic’s clientele to privately connect to GCP.
“Netmagic’s cloud expertise via the Google Cloud MSP framework will give customers the confidence to rapidly accelerate their transformation,” Amitabh Jacob, head of partners and alliances at Google Cloud India, said in the latest statement.