Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) February 25, 2014
CloudOne (http://www.oncloudone.com), an IBM Premier Business Partner and the world leader in cloud delivery of IBM Software-as-a-Service, is pleased to announce support for IBM Maximo and IBM Service Engage. Built on IBM®SoftLayer®, Service Engage delivers Maximo as a SaaS service from IBM for the first time. When customers procure this service through CloudOne, they add round-the-cloud support, availability monitoring, backup and recovery to IBM's public cloud Maximo SaaS offering. Additionally, CloudOne's network of Maximo partners offers migration, configuration and training skills around a customer’s environment, delivered as one single service through CloudOne.
In addition to this new offering, CloudOne will continue to provide its pioneering Virtual Private Cloud service for hosting of existing Maximo environments, bringing managed services and secure, private cloud delivery and on-demand SaaS licensing to customers who need higher security levels than public clouds offer, or specific customizations and data migrations unique to their organizations.
The announcement was made at IBM Pulse 2014: The Premier Cloud Conference. John McDonald, chief executive officer of CloudOne said, “CloudOne has for many years been the pioneer of helping IBM customers move to SaaS and Cloud. This new announcement broadens our portfolio to include an easy-to-implement, low-cost, pay-as-you-go service built on IBM®SoftLayer®, perfect for new Maximo customers who want to start quickly. We look forward to adding this capability to our existing offerings, geared toward large enterprises with unique security and networking needs and high degrees of customization.”
CloudOne delivers on-demand Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Virtual Private Cloud solutions for IBM® software tools to meet the needs of all industry verticals and variably sized organizations. Cummins, Panasonic, Hilton, CVS/Caremark, US Army, Shell, Xerox, Deloitte, Delphi Automotive, Harman/Kardon, McDonald's and other organizations worldwide rely on CloudOne’s cloud-based IBM SaaS services to make their infrastructure work on-demand.
Started in 2009, the company is privately owned and headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, CloudOne speeds the development of IBM® technologies with no up-front capital, so companies “pay as they go” on a monthly subscription saving them money on infrastructure, staffing and configuration costs while creating a dynamic, elastic environment to facilitate global collaboration, visibility and consistency. To learn more about accelerating architecture initiatives with CloudOne, visit http://www.oncloudone.com/ or follow us on Twitter @OnCloudOne.