Dublin tech firm Triangle is to invest more than €500,000 to expand existing business.
S&P Global research shows that ensuring security, having skilled personnel, managing costs, and workload/data mobility are the biggest challenges facing organizations adopting a multi-cloud operating model.
“It really is about being able to leverage the power of the multi-cloud era in a consistent way”
The establishment of Triangle as a Cross-Cloud Managed Service Provider will be a key investment area for the company and a critical pillar of its expansion to new markets strategy.
Hybrid cloud future
“Triangle’s approach is to focus on building VMware Cross-Cloud services for Hybrid Cloud to enable customers to simplify operations, reduce risk with observability, actionable insight, and performance optimisation, and accelerate cloud migrations,” explained Michelle Harris, Sales director at Triangle.
“Our new validated services offerings will include services for hyper-converged infrastructure with advanced automation. It really is about being able to leverage the power of the multi-cloud era in a consistent way.
Triangle’s alliance with Vmware will also help bridge today’s IT talent and skills gap by making advanced managed services faster and easier to consume.
“Customers are telling us they want to adopt managed services to support the complex multi-cloud environments they are building as a part of their digital transformation journeys,” said Zia Yusuf, senior vice president, strategic ecosystem and industry solutions, VMware.
“Triangle will bring years of collaboration and a solutions-first business approach to VMware Cross-Cloud managed services as a design partner. VMware Cross-Cloud managed services, delivered by Triangle, will give customers the tools they need to support their multi-cloud environments with consistent infrastructure, more efficient operations, and lower costs.”