Phoenix Achieves VMware Master Services Competency in Data Center Virtualization
We’re delighted to announce that we have been awarded our first VMware Master Service Competency in Data Center Virtualization.
This competency demonstrates our commitment to helping Public Sector organisations accelerate their digital transformations by leveraging validated service delivery capabilities around advanced VMware technologies. It also further endorses our expertise in the delivery of VMware vSphere environments and digital infrastructure services.
VMware Master Services Competencies are designed to help VMware partners demonstrate customer-centric solutions and technical proficiency, with proven success and expertise in a specialised area of business. These competencies also allow partners to differentiate in four specific solution areas:
- Cloud Management and Automation – designates expertise in delivery of VMware Cloud Management and Automation solutions and services with deep understanding and execution of cloud management design principles and methodologies.
- Data Centre Virtualisation – designates expertise in delivery of VMware vSphere environments and digital infrastructure services with deep understanding of and execution in Data Centre Virtualisation design principles and methodologies.
- Desktop and Mobility – designates expertise in designing, installing and maintaining VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon solutions with deep understanding of and execution in desktop and mobility design principles and methodologies to deliver a scalable and reliable digital workspace.
- Network Virtualisation – designates expertise in the delivery of VMware NSX environments and services with deployment and optimisation of NSX environment capabilities.
Ben Rayner, Solutions Business Manager at Phoenix, had the following to say:
“Phoenix have been delivering advanced VMware consultancy to customers for over 10 years, so it’s fantastic that VMware have released competencies which give us a ‘badge’ to prove it. This will set us apart from VMware partners who just transact VMware software licences and demonstrates to customers that we can ‘walk the walk’ as well as just talking about it – however, most of our VMware customers already know this.”