itopia, a Google Cloud workspace-as-a-service (WaaS) technology partner, has introduced a new free Cost Calculator for Google Cloud, allowing MSPs to quickly estimate the all-in monthly infrastructure cost to deliver Windows workspaces using Google Cloud platform.
With the calculator, MSPs are presented with the projected infrastructure costs of delivering cloud workspaces to customers and prospects that can then be compared against quotes from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure.
“Our new Cost Calculator for Google Cloud simplifies the math and makes the business case for selecting Google Cloud and itopia undeniable,” says CEO Jonathan Lieberman. “Designed in-house using Google Cloud APIs, our online cloud cost calculator accurately projects the costs of moving clients to Google Cloud and helps MSPs better define the margin potential of migrating business of any size to the cloud,” he added.
“We are pleased to see our ecosystem technology partners leverage Google APIs to drive further innovation and cloud migration,” says Brandon Jung, Google’s head of Cloud Ecosystem and Partnerships. “The Cost Calculator leverages Google Cloud APIs and helps MSPs accurately forecast their infrastructure costs for Windows workspace deployments on Google Cloud.”
For more on the itopia Google Cloud Cost Calculator, visit www.itopia.com/calculator.
More about itopia:
itopia was founded by IT professionals with one mission, make it easy to migrate Windows workspace environments to the cloud. Founded in 2012, itopia has emerged as a leader in the fast growing Workspace as a Service market. Built in the cloud, itopia gives IT Service Providers the only platform in the world that automatically discovers an IT ecosystem and migrates full stack windows environments into Google Cloud Platform.
Co-Founder Jonathan Lieberman previously founded a company that migrated landline phones to VOIP phones and saw Workspaces as the next segment ripe for disruption. Meanwhile, Co-Founder Ubaldo Don, experienced first-hand the frustrations of managing complex IT ecosystems and conventional Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (“VDI”). Together, they have formed itopia to empower IT managers to provide cloud hosted desktops painlessly.