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DoiT announces Google Cloud agreement to the value of $1.5bn

DoiT has signed a multi-year agreement with Google Cloud to the value of $1.5 billion. DoiT International is a provider of proprietary public cloud optimisation and governance software and public cloud expertise.

The agreement with Google Cloud has the target of delivering $1.5 billion in Google Cloud infrastructure and services over the next five years.

Under this agreement, DoiT will deliver cloud services, including the Anthos app modernisation platform, to its global customer base through its Cloud Management Platform, including cost optimisation, and governance.

DoiT International CEO Yoav Toussia-Cohen says, "This significant partnership to drive digital transformation with Google Cloud comes after nearly a decade of partnership, and it's truly amazing what we have been able to accomplish together this far.

"We have been blessed to work hand-in-hand with the entire Google Cloud ecosystem, including leadership, the partner organisation, customer engineers, and sales teams.

"This deal further strengthens our relationship with Google Cloud, and will allow us to support even more customers' growth together."

In the past 12 months, as demand for cloud services has accelerated, DoiT has grown its global footprint and expanded throughout the United States in California, New York, Texas, and into Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France. In addition, the company states it has achieved 350% growth in revenue in the last three years.

In February 2020, DoiT completed its acquisition of superQuery to help companies adopting cloud-based databases such as Google BigQuery optimise their costs and productivity.

DoiT's Cloud Management Platform delivers value to its base of technology customers, providing support for public cloud workloads with complex requirements such as multi-cloud Kubernetes deployments, real-time data, analytics, and machine intelligence.

Its software platform uses artificial intelligence to achieve cost reduction, using an automated approach, while the company's engineering consultancy helps customers architect applications and deployments optimally for multi-cloud environments.

DoiT's Customer Reliability Engineering (CRE) team provides customers with 24/7 support and expertise in the full range of technical cloud computing questions.

The company has been recognised within the Google Cloud ecosystem for both its sales and technical excellence, receiving the Google Cloud Reseller Partner Award for North America in 2019, Reseller Partner of the Year award for EMEA in 2018, Global Sales Partner of the Year award in 2017, and Global Partner of the Year award in 2015.

DoiT also has earned Google Cloud Partner technical specialisations in Data Management, Infrastructure, Location-Based Services, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, and Cloud Migration.

The company supports both startups and technology companies with their cloud computing needs on Google Cloud Platform. Clients include technology companies such as JFrog, RedisLabs, Influx Data, Cockroach Labs, Recurly, and Sift.

A remote-first company, DoiT has tripled its headcount since the beginning of 2020, with plans to double headcount again in the next 12 months.

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