Pomeroys IT solutions business, which employs over 700 people in the US, is partnering with CloudFlare to provide a cloud platform to its IT departments.
The company says it will offer a suite of cloud-hosted tools for IT departments that can help them keep pace with the pace of innovation in the IT world.
CloudFlare, the world’s largest cloud-storage service provider, has been working with PomerOY on a project for a few years to help it manage its cloud infrastructure.
Pomeroids customers are primarily IT companies that want to have a secure environment and to have their IT resources protected, said Pomeroyd Chief Operating Officer Mike Jepsen.
Cloudflare’s solution, called CloudWatch, will help Pomeroys IT solutions team better manage the cloud.
CloudWatch will provide an intuitive dashboard where IT departments can view data, such as CPU utilization, and view metrics such as uptime and performance.
CloudWatch will also provide access to the CloudFlares cloud servers that the company uses for its services.
Cloudwatch can also provide users with analytics tools such as how long it takes for files to download and upload, how long an individual files takes to download, and how many files are on the server, Jepens said.
Cloud watchers will also be able to view data in real time, he said.
Pomeroys also offers a suite called Pomerowares, which will be used to manage and share customer information, Jeps said.
The company says Pomerogaries customers can view a detailed history of their data, including the number of times they have used its software and the time they have been on a service.