That NOC isn’t the only outsourced facility SYNNEX resellers can take advantage of. The company offers remote access to a fully-stocked lab as well that partners can use to build, test, and demo containerized cloud applications. The exhibit seen here, for example, features remote, real-time telemetry from actual instances of Red Hat OpenShift, Docker Enterprise Edition, and Ansible Tower running in the SYNNEX lab.
“We’re kind of making the pitch that our lab is your lab,” Nesbit says, adding that SYNNEX will not only host cloud solutions for you but help you design, deploy, and manage them as well. Small partners are as welcome to tap into those services as big ones, he emphasizes.
“They may be the ones that need the help the most,” Nesbit observes.
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