We at Canadian Cloud are pleased to announce that we have partnered with RackForce of Kelowna, BC to deliver their public, private and hybrid enterprise cloud platform services to Canadian small and medium-size businesses. You can find our press release here and more information on RackForce’s services here.
When we built our Trusted Canadian Cloud ™ last year, it reflected our unique requirements of security, reliability, affordability and ease of use. We built it on VMware’s virtualization platform because of VMware’s excellent reputation in the enterprise space and the cloud operation, integration and management tools that they offered.
We are very pleased to partner with RackForce because they share our thinking and have built and operate a platform very similar to the one that we built. It is reliable, flexible, affordable and most of all, 100% Canadian.
As is common with a start-up, many of our prospective customers openly questioned our ability to deliver cloud services over the long term. That is a valid question, and we were able to address that for many of our customers, but not for all.
Our partnership with RackForce now closes that issue completely.
Canadian Cloud Computing will continue to provide innovative cloud architecture and migration solutions, and RackForce will provide the underlying cloud infrastructure. Our customers can rely on RackForce’s financial stability and operating excellence to keep their applications and data safe and accessible. To be frank, they also have access to financial and computing resources that we, as a start-up, would be challenged to provide.
Cloud computing has rapidly evolved into a scale-driven business that demands access to more financial resources and technical expertise than we could provide. Our partnership with RackForce will allow us to deliver the cloud services that our customers demand on a reliable and scalable platform.
Together, we are a great team that can design and deliver the cloud solutions that you need.
Wally Kowal is Founder and President of Canadian Cloud Computing Inc.