CloudMile, Asia’s leading cloud and AI service provider, has established its latest footprint in Indonesia. With headquarters in Singapore and Taiwan and offices in major Southeast Asian cities, the company will now be able to increase support for local Indonesian clients as part of its strategy to assist businesses in implementing and managing their cloud strategy to support their ambitions for digital transformation.
According to Jeremy Heng, Head of SEA at CloudMile, building a local team and developing a consultative sales approach to on-site engineering will be the main investments made by cloudMile. These efforts will bring digital transformation services like infrastructure modernization, application modernization, big data, and artificial intelligence.
“This expansion allows CloudMile to deepen engagement with more customers across Southeast Asia, with local engineering support teams who understand the local culture and more importantly, communicate in the local language,” said Heng.
CloudMile relies on strong partnerships with top cloud technology suppliers like Google Cloud, Cloudflare, Twilio, and FiveTran to service its clients. The company’s cloud and data experts have more than 150 certifications, including more than 30 in Google Cloud and specializations in machine learning, data analytics, cloud migration, and infrastructure. Of those, more than 70 were obtained in the previous three years.
Heng added that entering Indonesia is part of a deliberate effort to align CloudMile’s focus on Google Cloud, one of the leading cloud service providers in Indonesia. Additional support will come from the larger Southeast Asia CloudMile team, where over 40 certified Google Cloud Engineers are prepared to support and add value for their customers in Indonesia.
As a cloud-native organization, CloudMile provides deep expertise in secure, scalable multi-cloud strategy, with key tools like Anthos, a Google Cloud offering, to help businesses successfully straddle multiple cloud assets to drive real business value.
With “single-pane-of-glass” management, the Google Cloud workload orchestration tool Anthos may be installed across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, enhancing operational agility and security.
CloudMile’s in-house created MileLync technology for cloud monitoring tracks and analyzes cloud use across various environments to assist manage cost and optimize cloud resources.
Customers may monitor and manage the seamless deployment of MileLync and Anthos across their various work environments with the help of the numerous internal scripting tools that CloudMile provides.