AMSTERDAM, June 21, 2018 — Today, Bright Computing, a global leader in cluster and cloud infrastructure automation software, announced that it has signed a reseller agreement with Germany-based microstaxx.
Founded in 1990, microstaxx is a leading German system house, headquartered in Munich and operating across Germany. microstaxx offers professional services including design, implementation and maintenance of sophisticated IT environments. microstaxx serves a customer-base of mid-size organizations in industry and government, in the research and education sector.
microstaxx has chosen to partner with Bright Computing to offer its customers advanced clustered infrastructure solutions. microstaxx selected Bright over other cluster management technologies because of its impressive out-of-the-box functionality, worry-free deployment and monitoring capability, flexibility, and ease of use. With a number of opportunities in the pipeline already, the partnership is off to a flying start.
Harry Wengner, Account Manager at microstaxx, commented; “Our customers expect a superior service from microstaxx, and therefore we have an obligation to deliver the very best IT solutions that are robust, reliable, and scalable. There are a number of open source cluster management tools on the market today. However, the services support and advanced technology that Bright offers is second to none. Bright supports the microstaxx mission to deliver the best infrastructure solutions to our customers, as it is the leading provider of cluster management technology.”
Clemens Engler, Director Business Development at Bright Computing, added; “We are excited that microstaxx has signed up to the Bright partner program and we are already seeing a lot of new business activity. We are looking forward to teaming up with this innovative company to provide leading clustered infrastructure solutions to organizations across Germany.”
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Source: Bright Computing