Vology debuts its Multi-Cloud Management functionality in OPUS customer portal

Vology, a leading managed IT, security and cloud services provider, announced the debut of its Multi-Cloud Management functionality within the Vology OPUS customer portal.

This functionality provides Vology’s customers the 24/7 ability to provision end user Office 365 or Google G-Suite licenses with a single click of a button. In the same pane of glass, users can also provision and manage workloads in AWS, Azure and GCP.

“Traditionally, IT professionals have had to endure working across multiple systems with fragmented processes and communications delays in order to manage their Cloud licenses and workloads in multiple clouds,” said Barry Shevlin, CEO of Vology.

“Our goal with our OPUS customer portal is to ensure we’re providing our customers with a simple, innovative solution that allows them to take control of their technology. With this new cloud functionality, our customers can manage most all facets of their Cloud environment themselves, 24/7 and through a single pane of glass.”

Through the OPUS portal, Vology customers can manage their Cloud subscriptions, licenses and workloads; add, provision or remove licenses at the click of a button; adjust license distribution individually or in bulk, and view their Cloud inventory on a comprehensive dashboard all from a single, simple-to-navigate user interface that provides them complete 24/7 control of their Cloud environment.

“This extensive multi-cloud management functionality is available to our customers at no additional charge,” says Shevlin.

“As we continue to drive innovation through the OPUS portal, our customers will experience unmatched levels of control over their technology and how they interact with our services. This is our 3rd release of major functionality in our OPUS customer portal.

“Additional functionality will quickly be introduced during the next few months, including, hardware and technology product quoting and ordering, device monitoring and reporting, managed device entitlement and more.”

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