Sequoia Holdings, Microsoft Partner to Deliver Cloud Emulation Services to Public Sector

Sequoia Holdings, Microsoft Partner to Deliver Cloud Emulation Services to Public Sector

Sequoia Holdings has partnered with Microsoft to distribute cloud emulation services through classified cloud regions for the Department of Defense and intelligence customers.

The partnership will enable public sector and enterprise clients to speed up software deployment and cloud migration processes via the use of Azure Government’s Secret regions, Sequoia said Thursday.

In addition, Sequoia will use the Combine software offering to help users secure and automate cloud adoption capabilities with the help of orchestration products.

“This will help our enterprise and government customers accelerate workload deployments, gaining greater efficiency and responsiveness while meeting security and compliance requirements,” said Tom Keane, corporate vice president of Azure Global at Microsoft.

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