JERSEY CITY, N.J.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Datapipe, a leader in managed cloud services for the enterprise, today announced that it has been positioned by Gartner Inc. as a Leader in the 2017 Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure Managed Service Providers. This is the eighth consecutive year and tenth time Datapipe has been placed in the Gartner Magic Quadrant with recognitions spanning the North American and Asia Pacific regions in multiple areas including Managed Hosting, Cloud IaaS, Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting, and now as a Public Cloud Infrastructure MSP.
“Our position as a leader and visionary through multiple North American and Asia Pacific Magic Quadrants validates the value of our global capabilities that provide enterprises with the experience and expertise to leverage the cloud for their business.”
Gartner highlighted Datapipe’s extensive history as a managed hoster and its deep expertise in managed services for AWS and Azure as differentiating factors in the report. The report also recognized Datapipe’s focused strategy around DevOps and automation as a strength of the company, pointing to its launch of Trebuchet. Additionally, Datapipe is noted as one of the few MSPs to support cloud deployments in China, with the company recently announcing it has been named a global managed service provider of Alibaba Cloud.
“Datapipe’s continued recognition from Gartner with our tenth Magic Quadrant placement illustrates our ability to innovate and anticipate the needs of clients across the globe,” said Robb Allen, CEO of Datapipe. “Our position as a leader and visionary through multiple North American and Asia Pacific Magic Quadrants validates the value of our global capabilities that provide enterprises with the experience and expertise to leverage the cloud for their business.”
Other Datapipe features recognized by Gartner in the report include:
- Datapipe’s well-rounded approach that revolves around multicloud support, bandwidth optimization and global reach.
- Datapipe’s high customer satisfaction and all-inclusive managed services approach, which includes cost optimization and architect support.
- Its aptitude with agile applications, including support for customers doing continuous deployment and bandwidth for workloads with a high rate of change.
- The company’s key global data center locations, including those aligned to AWS regions.
- Datapipe’s strategic acquisitions to expand capabilities and reach, including DualSpark in 2015, which strengthened its professional services offerings, and most recently Adapt in August of 2016, which expanded Datapipe’s European presence.
The 2017 report was authored by Lydia Leong, Gregor Petri, Michael Warrilow, Mike Dorosh, and Ron Blair. The purpose of the report is to determine the MSPs that deliver services on hyperscale cloud providers and to educate potential customers on vendor capabilities. The Magic Quadrant also serves as an analysis on the competitive landscape and on the strategies companies in the space are using to compete.
To see the full Gartner Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure Managed Service Providers report, click here.
A next generation MSP, Datapipe is recognized as the pioneer of managed services for public cloud platforms. Datapipe has unique expertise in architecting, migrating, managing and securing public cloud, private cloud, hybrid IT and traditional IT. The world’s most trusted brands partner with Datapipe to optimize mission-critical and day-to-day enterprise IT operations, enabling them to transform, innovate, and scale. Backed by a global team of experienced professionals and world-class interconnected data centers, Datapipe provides comprehensive cloud, compliance, security, governance, automation and DevOps solutions. Gartner named Datapipe a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting in 2016.
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