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Green House Data and Zerto Fast-Track Digital Transformation with Hybrid Cloud Resilience and Portability

Published July 1st 2020

Alignment helps IT managers ensure continuous availability, workload mobility, and multi-cloud agility across hybrid IT environments

Cheyenne, WY and Boston – July 1, 2020 – Green House Data, a leading provider of digital transformation consulting and managed IT services, today announced a strategic alignment with Zerto to accelerate digital transformation initiatives centered around hybrid cloud resilience and multi-cloud application migration. 

Zerto is an industry leading software solution that replaces legacy solutions with a single platform to enable disaster recovery, data protection, and workload mobility across hyperscale clouds, hosted services, and on-premise data centers. All of which reduces risk and complexity of modernization and cloud adoption. Together, the two organizations help enterprises architect, test, migrate, and protect critical applications and data, even within complex interdependent hybrid environments. 

Green House Data Boosts Cloud Leadership with Hire of Drew Mellen as VP of Microsoft Cloud Enablement

Published June 10th 2020

Executive brings significant enterprise cloud architecture experience and proven success in helping customers to adopt and optimize Azure

Cheyenne, WY and Denver – June 9, 2020 – Green House Data, a strategic partner for organizations pursuing digital transformation initiatives, including hybrid cloud adoption, data center modernization, and software development and delivery, today announced the hire of Drew Mellen as Vice President of Microsoft Cloud Enablement.

As the VP of Microsoft Cloud Enablement, Mellen brings extensive knowledge in Microsoft Azure and enterprise cloud technologies. He will be responsible for driving Microsoft partnerships, guiding clients through complex hybrid and multi-cloud deployments, and crafting service offerings such as cloud adoption workshops and assessments that can be customized around client requirements.

Our Top Announcements and News from Microsoft Build 2020

Published June 4th 2020

At Green House Data, we help deliver a wide range of technology solutions for our customers, including many as a Microsoft partner and MSP. It’s vital for us to understand the strategic direction at Microsoft and the direction of the overall industry, so we naturally were paying close attention to see which announcement at Build 2020 might be relevant.

Like many other technology conferences in the shadow of COVID-19, Microsoft decided to go all-digital for this year’s edition of Build, the company’s massive annual developer-focused conference. The affect of COVID-19 on Build 2020 couldn’t have been more obvious than the “work from home”-style keynote that Scott Hanselman and friends did.

This year was the 10th edition of Build and due to the digital nature was even entirely free to attend. 48-hours of sessions were peppered with news about Azure, .NET, Windows, Microsoft 365, GitHub, and more, alongside educational content in the form of Q&As and tutorials.

Read on to discover our top picks from Build 2020.