MSRcosmos attained Linux and Open Source databases migration to Microsoft Azure advanced specialization
MSRcosmos announced it has earned the Linux and Open Source Databases Migration to Microsoft Azure advanced specialization, a validation of a solution partner’s deep knowledge, extensive experience and proven expertise in migrating workloads running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or SUSE virtual machines and/or utilizing MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB databases to Azure.
Only partners that meet stringent criteria around customer success and staff skilling, as well as pass a third-party audit of their migration practices, are able to earn the Linux and Open Source Databases Migration to Azure advanced specialization.
As companies look to modernize their applications and take full advantage of the benefits that cloud computing can deliver, they are looking for a partner with advanced skills to assess, plan, and migrate their existing workloads to the cloud.
“We are very pleased to have earned the Linux and Open-Source Databases Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization. It is indeed a proud moment for MSRcosmos to have earned the third advanced specialization after Modernization of Web Applications to Microsoft Azure, and SAP on Microsoft Azure Advanced Specializations” stated Devi Kondapi, CEO of MSRcosmos. “Database migration is a strategic process and is often fraught with risk. We are pleased to have proven our expertise in databases migration to Microsoft Azure, and continue to strengthen our relationship with Microsoft.”
Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Solutions, Channel Sales and Channel Chief at Microsoft added, “The Linux and Open Source Databases Migration to Microsoft Azure advanced specialization highlights the partners who can be viewed as most capable when it comes to migrating workloads running on open source technologies over to Azure. MSRcosmos clearly demonstrated that they have both the skills and the experience to offer clients a path to successful migration so that they can start enjoying the benefits of being in the cloud.”