Web Werks, an Indian data centre services provider, has partnered with American cloud computing company Nutanix to help enable businesses speed up cloud adoption in its cloud-ready platform.
The solution offered through ‘Web Werks VMX or Virtual Machine for Nutanix’ will bridge the gap between public and hybrid cloud, focus on software add-ons, build the marketplace, and ultimately create a unique ecosystem and subscription model for cloud consumption, Web Werks said in a statement.
The solution will also offer a zero-code change and a reliable option for storing data with no-egress charges. This will benefit new age companies and enterprises, currently locked-in with certain cloud providers to simplify their IT operations, business applications and workloads.
“The Pandemic has fuelled digital transformation. Web Werks VMX will deliver a cloud-ready operating model to our customers bringing in simplicity, quick implementation options and easy adoptions, empowering businesses with dynamic operational agility and business resilience. Enterprises can get all their cloud computing services under a single roof which consists of colocation services, a rich interconnection ecosystem, ease of migration, support, and synchronisation with effective cloud infrastructure,” said Nikhil Rathi, CEO, and founder of Web Werks.
Web Werks VMX will enable customers to deploy Nutanix solutions on a robust cloud platform that can be used to implement a private cloud within the data centre while also supporting intelligent software to seamlessly integrate public cloud application platforms. This will be accompanied by the agility to scale without further capital investments.
The services include hosted private infrastructure, Kubernetes engineering clusters for ISVs, bare metal services to support the customer’s PCI-DSS and HIPAA compliance, disaster recovery as a service, database as a service, and more.
“We aim to create a modernised ecosystem with reduced barriers, where more customers can deploy their service offerings and scale their business. The VMX platform can help businesses run more secure using a 3-5 tier architecture to dramatically improve uptime,” said Faiz Shakir, managing director — Sales, Nutanix India.
Globally, Nutanix is observing hybrid multi-cloud adoption, along with increasing demand for more modern datacentres; we believe our partnership with Web Werks will help customers capture real value from the best of both models, added Shakir.
Web Werks currently has three operational data centres in Mumbai, Pune, and Delhi-NCR with a combined footprint capacity of 225,000 square feet.