On the 23rd of November, 2015, PeaSoup were first accepted on the G-Cloud 7 framework, It has been interesting to see the change in frameworks over this period with security, certifications and commercials being brought forefront of G-Cloud 9. This change in procurement is forcing providers to become more transparent, this is not only great news for ourselves and our vision, but also the industry helping others to simplify and humanise cloud computing.
As the first cloud provider to deliver a VMware hyper-converged Virtual SAN within Europe, and 5th world wide, security, reliability and commercial positioning were essential to PeaSoup’s survival as a new “born in the cloud” service provider, G-Cloud 9 reflects this success.
Martin Bradburn, CEO comments – “Delighted that we have been accepted onto the new framework, it shows our ongoing commitment to the G-Cloud programme further enhancing our positioning within the market.”
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