“Our services are aimed towards mid-sized organizations that intend to leverage our managed services capabilities in Azure. We help in managing their hosted private cloud which also includes SQL Server implementations,” says Hurley.
Cosentry was one of the first organizations to implement Managed Azure. Their strategy enables companies to reap the benefits of the cloudfor test/development, backup, or disaster recovery. Additionally, this approach can be utilized to host customer’s production environment in a hosted private cloud at any of Cosentry’s nine data centers.
Cosentry works closely with Microsoft to technically validate services and enable best-practice solutions for hybridcloud deployments including connections to Microsoft Azure’s global cloud. “The combination of our hybrid cloud consulting and managed services expertise simplifies the adoption of the public cloud for our customers. This enables them to focus their internal resources on more strategic initiatives that support business growth and helps them gain a distinctive position in the market,” states Hurley.
Numerous factors influence Cosentry’s performance and position in the cloud managed services segment. Elaborating on this, Hurley adds, “Our product portfolio is designed based on our customers’current requirements with a keen eye on their growth plans. To exceed our customers’ expectations, we are constantly training our engineers and support staff to deliver an exceptional customer experience and to provide insight that also addresses both the current and future needs of our clients.” Additionally on the innovation front, Cosentry is also focusing on how to increasingly leverage Azure for Disaster Recoverysolutions.
For the road ahead, Cosentry is preparing to expandtheir Disaster Recovery services by utilizing Microsoft's Azure Site Recovery. “By leveraging Azure Site Recovery we can implement for our customers a comprehensive disaster recovery plan with recovery time objectives (RTOs) and recovery point objectives (RPOs) that suits their budget requirements,” concludes Hurley.