Nutanix, a hybrid multi-cloud computing company, and OneAsia, a Hong Kong-based IT service, data center and cloud solution provider, partner to make it possible for Hong Kong businesses and government agencies to subscribe to cloud and hyper-converged infrastructure services on a monthly basis, increasing flexibility and enhancing cost-effectiveness.
OneAsia HCI Cloud will offer a new platform that combines the convenience of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and enterprise on-site infrastructure to save businesses the upfront capital investment with the technical assistance of Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI).
The Nutanix cloud platform offers platform hardening, security audits, reporting, and customer protection from cyber threats as part of the OneAsia HCI Cloud service, which is now accessible to Hong Kong businesses with the goal of strengthening data security.
The Nutanix cloud platform combined with the hardware supported by OneAsia allows customers to meet the growing storage and IT management needs without building their own local data centers. The platform also helps customers save the hassle of building their own data centers and reduce energy consumption.
Moreover, OneAsia has the ability to centrally manage the human resources needed for customer cloud services. The flexible cloud hosting solutions offered by OneAsia’s IT experts free up more time for companies’ own IT staff to devote to value-added services.
OneAsia will also offer customers specialized services, allowing them to select the price structure that best fits their company’s needs and implement the most affordable new IT infrastructure possible.
Additionally, OneAsia HCI Cloud can be connected to data centers and public clouds all around the world using the optional cloud connection service OneAsia Cloud Connect. Data can flow seamlessly across disparate locations and hybrid environments.
According to Charles Lee, Founder and CEO of OneAsia, OneAsia will cooperate with Nutanix to realize the potential of cloud hosting in Hong Kong. They also aim to launch this service in other locations in the Asia-Pacific region.
On the other hand, Teddy Ko, general manager of Nutanix Hong Kong and Macau, said that under this partnership, Nutanix wants to offer more affordable and flexible cloud subscription solutions to Hong Kong businesses. They are dedicated to assisting businesses in deciphering the complexities of the cloud so they can concentrate on developing and growing their businesses.