CloudJumper has added its Cloud Workspace for Azure product to Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace, enabling customers of the Garner, N.C.-based vendor to roll out virtualized workspaces significantly faster and with much less effort than before.
Thanks to the Azure Marketplace’s automated provisioning and deployment functionality, partners can now stand up single-tenant workspace environments in as little as an hour or two, according to CloudJumper president JD Helms, who notes that most of the work involved takes place behind the scenes in an Azure data center.
“Instead of having to go through and figure out all the configuration settings [and] walk through all the pre-configuration requirements for access, all of the complexity of that has been removed,” Helms says.
On average, Helms estimates, Azure Marketplace rollouts will take roughly a week less than manual implementations. They will also consistently employ proven best practices as well. “It’s done the same way every time,” Helms says.
The new edition of Cloud Workspace for Azure is in private preview currently, but will enter general availability this week. Channel pros interested in joining the preview for its final few days can register via the Cloud Workspace for Azure listing in Azure Marketplace.
CloudJumper introduced the first edition of its Cloud Workspace Management Suite capable of running on a single virtualized server in September.
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