Six Degrees has announced it has acquired cloud service provider Carrenza, further strengthening its position in both private and public cloud markets.
LONDON, UK – 11th April 2016 – Six Degrees has today announced it has acquired cloud service provider Carrenza, further strengthening its position in both private and public cloud markets. Carrenza is experiencing rapid growth in providing cloud services to corporate customers and government bodies, with increasing demand for integration solutions for the public cloud, three sectors that are strategically important for Six Degrees.
Carrenza is a provider of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) cloud services for hosting mission-critical applications and websites for customers spanning public, private and third sectors. Private sector customers include RBS, de Bijenkorf and Majestic Wine. A strong third sector presence includes household names like WWF and AgeUK. They are an OFFICIAL security certified G-Cloud provider and an expanding public sector base includes Government Digital Service (GDS), DWP and HMRC.
Founded in 2001, Carrenza became one of the early adopters of enterprise cloud computing with the launch of Carrenza Cloud in 2006. In addition to its own IaaS and PaaS capabilities, they are also public cloud integration experts with key partnerships supporting customers using Amazon Web Services (AWS), VMWare’s vCloud Air and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).