Google Infrastructure Specialisation will not lead to additional costs for clients- Deimos CEO Andrew Mori

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Google specialisation will not lead to additional costs for clients- Deimos CEO Andrew Mori
Andrew Mori, CEO of Deimos

Founder and CEO of Deimos, a leading cloud-native company, Andrew Mori has assured users that the company’s latest feat of achieving the Google Infrastructure Specialisation will not lead to additional costs for their clients. The CEO revealed this in a chat with Technext. According to him, the company is only looking to leverage specialisations to better serve its clients.

“Achieving the Google Specialisation will not lead to additional costs for our clients. Our primary focus is to leverage specialisations from various cloud providers to deliver even greater value to our clients,” Andrew told Technext.

Deimos announced that it has achieved Google Infrastructure Specialization. The cybersecurity company said that the specialisation was awarded to them in recognition of their proven technical proficiency in architecting and building Google Cloud Platform (GCP) infrastructure and workflows for clients across diverse sectors. It claims to be among the top cloud infrastructure companies to be accredited with this prestigious specialisation.

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As a Google Specialisation partner, the company’s clients will benefit from faster cloud migrations, optimised environments, reduced risks, and maximised performance. The achievement also grants the company early access to cutting-edge GCP features, enabling the company to future-proof clients’ cloud solutions and gain a competitive edge.

With expertise in both the Google Infrastructure and Security Specialisations, which the company achieved in 2022, the team is equipped to offer trusted guidance and a deeper understanding of GCP surpassing non-specialised providers, ensuring robust and secure cloud solutions for clients.

Speaking on the achievement, CEO, and Co-founder Andrew Mori, said the the team is proud to earn this Infrastructure Specialisation through delivering innovative work with their clients using Google Cloud.

“This achievement underscores our unwavering commitment to providing our clients with the highest quality GCP solutions whilst utilising our in-house developed Managed Infrastructure to help their businesses to scale, be more flexible and efficient without overspending. Our team is fully dedicated to achieving excellence in GCP, validated by meeting Google’s rigorous standards.” 

Google specialisation will not lead to additional costs for clients- Deimos CEO Andrew Mori

Deimos is looking forward to new opportunities

Since its launch in 2018, Deimos has ensured that clients benefit from a highly scalable and fault-tolerant environment, ensuring compliance with Google’s three nines (99.9%) uptime requirements. The company believes this latest specialisation validates its ability to continue delivering successful cloud solutions aligned with Google’s best practices.

The CEO also expressed his optimism that with the new Google Infrastructure Specialisation, new opportunities will flow from a Specialisation that includes; Deeper Google Cloud Expertise, with which the company could unlock powerful tools and best practices to optimise performance, security, and efficiency within Google Cloud environments.

Google specialisation will not lead to additional costs for clients- Deimos CEO Andrew Mori
Andrew Mori, CEO of Deimos

They also hope to achieve a Strengthened Multi-Cloud Advantage, a new expertise that complements their existing proficiency across various cloud providers, offering clients true flexibility. Finally, they hope to enhance their appeal to new clients as businesses seeking Google Cloud expertise with a strong multi-cloud foundation will make Deimos uniquely positioned.

“As the only GCP Security Specialised partner in Africa, cybersecurity is certainly a cornerstone of our services, and together with the new Infrastructure Specialisation, there is no denial that our customers are getting the best protection available in the Google partner ecosystem,” he said.

He further noted that the company had been delivering faster cloud migrations, optimised environments, reduced risks, and maximised performance even before receiving the Specialisation. Thus, it earned the ‘Specialist’ badge through an evidence-based evaluation process. He touted the company as an agnostic hybrid multi-cloud company, offering customers the same experience across all the public clouds

“Think of it this way: every cloud provider has their own unique blueprint for their infrastructure management. We have our own too. Combining our blueprint with our partner’s ‘secret sauce’, means that our clients will receive the best infrastructure service and support out there. This, combined with our existing multi-cloud expertise, allows us to operate at the very top of the industry within the Google Cloud environment,” he concluded.

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