Cloud service integrator uses bespoke hosting infrastructure to support white label solutions aimed at resellers and enterprise customers
Cloud and Managed Hosting expert, Pulsant is helping technology integrators AppLayer transform Cloud services by providing highly flexible managed hosting to support a new range of pre-packed Cloud solutions. Called ‘White Label Box’, these are aimed at IT providers, resellers and distributors allowing them to fast track specialist vertical solutions and boost profitability of new Cloud services.
AppLayer’s portfolio of integrated services operates within Pulsant’s secure infrastructure. This uses the latest virtualisation software to build secure Private and Public Cloud environments to host web-based applications for AppLayer and its clients.
Partnering with Pulsant, AppLayer can supply resellers with a totally managed solution including Microsoft applications, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and back up services – all in a single unified platform that allows users to log in to their enterprise applications and networks, from any place and at any time.
According to David Organ, Director of AppLayer, “Pulsant designed the server architecture around our business – to give us levels of flexibility that few Cloud hosting providers can match. Pulsant operates as an extension of our team. They understand what we want to achieve; providing the expertise needed to optimise infrastructure, suggest system enhancements and deliver consistent, high-quality support. Pulsant really appreciates that our reputation and, to some extent, our customers’ – is reliant on them. And like true partners they never let us down.”
Mark Howling, CEO of Pulsant, adds, “AppLayer is taking Cloud to a new dimension by allowing resellers to create customised solutions using pre-packaged services out of a virtual box. We are delighted to be working with them to help their customers compete more effectively in this new and rapidly evolving market; delivering the service and support they need to add value to their Cloud solutions.”