Equinix, Inc. has announced that it has acquired Nimbo, a professional services company focused primarily on helping enterprises develop and implement hybrid cloud IT architectures. The acquisition of Nimbo represents an important step in Equinix's larger initiative to build its professional services capabilities to support data center migrations, WAN optimization and the creation of scalable, high performing hybrid cloud solutions.
Nimbo specializes in migrating business applications to the cloud with extensive experience moving legacy applications into a hybrid cloud architecture, and connecting legacy data centers to the cloud. Nimbo is a certified AWS and Microsoft Azure partner.
"Nimbo has a thriving practice, advising many of the Fortune 100 on their cloud strategies, winning awards for growth and innovation in this space. With our acquisition of Nimbo, we have expanded our ability to help customers leverage our unique cloud-density and Cloud Exchange value propositions and assist with the design and deployment of hybrid cloud solutions," said Pete Hayes, chief sales officer, Equinix.
By providing cloud solutions to satisfy enterprise business objectives, simplify IT management, and meet security and compliance requirements, Nimbo is a trusted advisor to the CIOs of some of the world's largest organizations.
"Over the last five years, Nimbo has built a team of certified cloud consultants with expertise in multiple cloud platforms that enable our customers to think big. During this time we have assessed and migrated hundreds of workloads to the Cloud. We are looking forward to working with Equinix to accelerate Hybrid Cloud adoption through a world class cloud professional services organization," said John Shaw, chief executive officer and co-founder, Nimbo.
The company had revenue of less than $10 million in 2014, and recently earned position #480 on the 2014 Inc. 500 list of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.
This article was originally posted “Equinix Acquires Nimbo” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.