April 2, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- GreenPages-LogicsOne, a leading systems integrator and cloud services company recently launched its new offering,
Cloud Management as a Service (CMaaS)
which gives organizations the ability to manage physical, virtual, and cloud resources through a single-pane-of-glass portal.
CMaaS provides organizations with visibility into, and control of, their entire infrastructure: from physical servers, desktops, mobile devices, applications, firewalls, and storage platforms—to virtual and on-premise cloud environments—to resources at public cloud providers such as Amazon, Terremark, and Rackspace.
"One of the biggest barriers organizations face when moving to a hybrid cloud environment is effectively managing it; they simply don't have the resources or budget," said
, GreenPages CEO. "CMaaS provides enterprise-grade management capabilities at a fraction of the cost—a huge competitive advantage—and eliminates the complexity and risk associated with adopting cloud."
CMaaS is an as-a-service, per device offering with features that include Monitoring & Alerting; Cloud Service Provider Management; Provisioning; Remote Asset Management; Secure Timed Access; Session Recording; Patching; and Reporting & Performance Analytics.
"CMaaS also works with and enhances monitoring and management technologies that organizations are already utilizing in their environment," added Dupler. "It's a synergistic solution. Rather than displace existing toolsets, CMaaS enables customers to maximize their IT investments by harnessing the full capabilities of leading technologies."
GreenPages-LogicsOne offers CMaaS at four different levels: Platform Only; Monitoring; Monitoring Plus; and Full Management. Organizations can also mix and match features from different CMaaS levels to handle specific aspects of their infrastructure.
"It all depends on the client's unique IT and business goals," said Dupler. "Our job is to help clients seamlessly move to a hybrid model so they can achieve the technical and operational agility necessary to successfully compete in the modern cloud era."