In recent years, public cloud adoption has been a major trend for businesses all over the world – and Pakistan is no exception. Organisations throughout the country are increasingly looking to leverage the economics, scalability, and convenience of the cloud, with growing appetite for infrastructure-as-a-service, applications-as-a-service, and containers-as-a-service. However, when it comes to choosing a public cloud provider, options are limited. Aiming to meet the demand for a homegrown public cloud service, Nayatel partnered with Canonical to build an enterprise-grade OpenStack platform.
With the new public cloud in place, Nayatel is now uniquely positioned to deliver infrastructure, applications, and containers-as-a-service to businesses in Pakistan. And those businesses finally have a local public cloud option that provides the security, low latency, and dedicated in-country support they need without compromising on performance or cost.
Read this case study to learn how:
- Nayatel, with the help of Canonical, build Pakistan’s first cost-effective, enterprise-grade public cloud
- Pakistan-based architecture enables better security, latency, and customer service than global competitors
- Charmed OpenStack delivers improved automation and ease-of-use to Nayatel staff and end customers