NYI Teams Up With Eplexity
The move is designed to extend its world-class managed infrastructure services to Amazon Web Services.
NYI has announced its partnership with Eplexity, a managed service provider focused on cutting-edge cloud solutions and an advanced consulting partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).
The partnership will immediately extend NYI’s world-class managed infrastructure services to AWS environments. Existing and future NYI customers will benefit from access to cloud expertise and solutions, including the insights of AWS-certified engineers.
“NYI has always been committed to helping customers with their overall cloud optimization journey and this partnership supports that goal by making deep AWS expertise available to the significant percentage of our customers who are considering or already using AWS as part of their overall infrastructure strategy,” says Phillip Koblence, NYI’s COO and co-founder. “As an extension of our comprehensive managed services offerings, our customers will now have access to experienced AWS-certified engineers who can support them with their AWS needs and challenges, whether those be around migration and integration, optimization, or ongoing management and support. Best of all, customers can expect the same kind of SLAs in the AWS arena that we offer in the data center arena.”
“We’re excited to team up with NYI and believe that the partnership will help fill a gap in the marketplace,” adds John Clendennen, Eplexity’s CEO. “We consistently see that customers are searching for assistance with the deployment of a hybrid strategy. They need help integrating cloud resources into their existing infrastructure. By combining our deep cloud and AWS expertise with NYI’s extensive experience in building and managing custom hybrid solutions, we are confident that we can meet the challenges of customers, no matter what their overall infrastructure needs might be. We also look forward to leveraging NYI’s regional prowess and international reach to bring Eplexity offerings to a broader audience.”