NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CDI (Computer Design & Integration, LLC), a leading provider of technology solutions and services, announces plans to build and deliver VMware Cross-Cloud managed services to better assist their clients in their journey to the cloud. VMware unveiled the new managed service offerings at the VMware Leadership Summit: Accelerate Managed Services event this week. The team at CDI looks forward to taking part in the initiative, which will enable highly skilled partners to expand their managed services practices, improve profitability, and open new opportunities for growth and expansion.
VMware Cross-Cloud managed services are a portfolio of offerings designed to make building managed services faster for CDI and more easily consumed by CDI’s clients. This suite of services, some powered by VMware Cross-Cloud services, offers robust cloud services with the lower risk and fast time to value built on VMware's deeply integrated, enterprise-class multi-cloud infrastructure as a service stack. Additionally, the prescriptive services will provide centralized governance, cost optimization, and cloud-native app delivery.
“At CDI, our focus has always been on delivering the best solutions for our clients,” said Will Huber, Chief Technology Officer, CDI. “VMware Cross-Cloud managed services is an excellent opportunity for us to expand our offerings and further empower our clients in their digital transformation journey. We are eager to leverage these cutting-edge services to provide our customers with unparalleled managed services experience.”
“Multi-cloud complexity is opening the door for VMware partners to deliver high-value, repeatable, and prescriptive managed services offerings that address our customers state of cloud chaos,” said Zia Yusuf, senior vice president, strategic ecosystem and industry solutions, VMware. “As a VMware partner with a track record in helping customers migrate to the cloud, CDI will be able to utilize VMware Cross-Cloud managed services to add a new level of capabilities that accelerate cloud native app modernization, while making it faster and easier to operate in the cloud.”
CDI is dedicated to staying ahead in the fast-paced world of technology and delivering exceptional value to its clients. By adopting VMware Cross-Cloud managed services, CDI will be better equipped to help customers optimize their IT environments, improve operational intelligence across multi-cloud environments, and automate modern DevSecOps platform operations.
Most recently, CDI was named as winner of the 2023 VMware Cloud Innovation and SaaS Transformation Award for the Americas region, along with being named VMware Cloud on AWS Partner of the Year and VMware State and Local Government and Education Growth Partner of the Year.
While the VMware Cross-Cloud managed services announcement took place on April 18, CDI will not immediately deliver on these services. CDI plans to support all VMware Cross-Cloud managed services, initially offering Cloud Native App Delivery as a Managed Service based on VMware Tanzu to its clients in the near future.
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About CDI (Computer Design & Integration LLC):
CDI, a leading global IT solutions provider, was founded in 1995 with corporate headquarters in New York City and additional offices located throughout the United States, Ireland, and the UK. With a steadfast commitment to client satisfaction, CDI offers businesses of all sizes the most cutting-edge hybrid IT technology solutions available. By focusing on enhancing day-to-day workflow processes, CDI provides clients with digital solutions that address even the most complex business challenges.
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