New Partner in the European Cloud Market: OVHcloud and Cloudical

OVHcloud, the leading European cloud provider, welcomed new partner to its ecosystem. Cloudicala cloud-native company, is joining OVHcloud’s partner network. 

 

“We are pleased to welcome Cloudical as our new and well-known partner to our constantly growing ecosystem,” says Falk Weinreich, Managing Director of OVHcloud Germany. “Cloudical brings its own added value to our collaboration, from which our joint customers benefit directly. We will continue to grow with our partner in 2021, developing new offerings and implementing exciting projects. With our cloud ecosystem, we are thus creating a trustworthy, sustainable and high-performance alternative in Europe that relies on data sovereignty and open technologies and places great emphasis on a partnership approach. 

” After more than a year of cooperation in several commmon proejcts with OVCloud in Germany and Poland, we are proud to officially announce our partnership,” said Karsten Samaschke, CEO of Cloudical. “Both Cloudical and OVHcloud are members of the GAIA-X initiative for data sovereignty in Europe. Our two companies work with open source technology and together offer a trustworthy environment from infrastructure to the entire cloud stack, where security and transparency are paramount. With its network of DSGVO-compliant data centres across Europe, OVHcloud offers reliable security and meets our high standards of data protection”. 

Data security, data sovereignty, trustworthy cloud offerings according to GDPR standards and sustainable management have become business relevant factors for European companies. Both partners, OVHcloud and Cloudical, declare this.  

With the webinar series The Cloud Knights, Cloudical and OVHcloud have been covering all kinds of cloud related topics over the year: What is cloud? What are the differences between public and private cloud and hyperscalers? How is cloud secure? (find all videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwdRT0lCDznAdZ0PUQsQ2WQ/videos) Aim of the series is to inform, to decrease uncertainty and to show European alternatives.  

 

 

 

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