Webscale Gets Real

Webscale Gets Real

  • By MIKE GUGLIELMI |

I’m excited to announce our new partnership with value added distributor, REAL security, covering Southeast Europe. When we first met with them, it was clear they had a passion for what they do, and they understood that as more workloads migrate to the cloud (whether public, private, or hybrid) there was a need in their portfolio for a technology partner who can address the many challenges associated with this industry shift.

Together with REAL security, Webscale will be delivering a solution that will help a growing portion of their resellers’ end customers who are currently faced with navigating this digital transformation journey. We’ll be bringing them unique capabilities such as our software-defined infrastructure that uses advances in automation for application provisioning, as well as powerful tools that enable the on-going orchestration and tuning of that application for availability, scalability, and security once its deployed in the cloud.

Having a partner with a cloud agnostic solution that bridges the gap between resources and technology, as well as unlocks the infinite scalability of the cloud in a manageable way, was critical for REAL security. This is especially important as the need for a multi-cloud strategy is rapidly becoming a must-have for many enterprises. We’ve seamlessly migrated hundreds of critical applications to the public cloud, servicing end users from all over the world, and delivered an ‘always-on’ infrastructure that we cost-effectively manage for our customers.

We’re looking forward to partnering with the REAL security team to address the market demand for Webscale technology, and I’m particularly looking forward to meeting their extended team and partners at the upcoming RISK Conference, where Webscale will be both exhibiting and speaking. If you’d like to meet at the event, just drop us a note to partners@webscale.com.

MIKE GUGLIELMI

Originally from the east coast, “Mike G” moved to California twenty years ago, where he met his wife, Jen and had three kids, Sophia, Ryan and Vincent. When not skiing, hiking or paddle boarding, Mike is VP of BD.