Reinforces Multi-Cloud adoption with acquisition of ActOnMagic’s capabilities
Netmagic, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT Communications, has launched a new generation of Multi-Cloud based Hybrid IT services. This enables the monitoring, provisioning and management of complex IT environments across multiple clouds.
In order to make the company’s multi-cloud strategy more robust and diverse, Netmagic has acquired the Intellectual Property (IP) assets of ActOnMagic, an intelligent cloud management platform company. This empowers customers to seamlessly monitor, provision, manage all the workloads of cross-multiple clouds in addition to comparing cost of running multi-tier application on any cloud.
ActOnMagic’s ActOnCloud offers a SaaS-based Multi-Cloud Management and optimization service to help customer manage, provision and optimize their cloud resource on multiple clouds. ActOnMagic’s Cloudureka offers a simple SaaS service to discover cost of running multi-tier application on any cloud.
“In India, the adoption of cloud for their mission-critical workloads is growing exponentially – different workloads need different types of cloud environments. All major cloud platforms and communication Service Providers have a wide spectrum of services catering to different types of workloads,” said Sharad Sanghi, MD & CEO, Netmagic. “With our Multi-Cloud strategy, we aim to provide customers an end-to-end management across clouds for customers, with a strong end-to-end service level agreement guaranteeing performance, predictability and flexibility.”
Netmagic has further increased its impetus on Research & Development (R&D) and opened up its third R&D center in Bangalore – in addition to existing centers in Pune and Mumbai to build next-generation multi-cloud platforms.
Netmagic is now a super specialist in the multi-cloud based Hybrid IT services – involving design, delivery, hosting, migration, consolidation and management of IT infrastructure solutions involving multiple public clouds, Private clouds, captive data centers and third-party colocation.