Crossvale Achieves Microsoft Gold Partner Status

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Crossvale, a Red Hat APEX partner, has achieved Microsoft Gold Partner Status. According to Microsoft’s website, companies that attain gold status must “demonstrate […] best-in-class capability within a Microsoft solution area” as well as “expertise in delivering quality solutions in one or more specialized areas of business.”

Based in the DFW area, Crossvale provides application development, modernization, containerization, and cloud capability to enterprises worldwide. Founded in 2001, Crossvale’s expertise stretches across 40 states and 20 countries to transform technologies and improve business performance.  

“We are very excited about this,” said Todd Millard, Vice President of Sales and spokesperson for Crossvale. “It only makes sense that we and businesses move in this direction.” 

Conor Brankin, the CEO and visionary for Crossvale, explained that Microsoft has something special with Azure. 

“It gives you the ability to extend your local IT infrastructure into a trusted cloud while leveraging many of your established security and IAM controls, [which] will allow your teams to move at the speed of business,” Brankin stated. “In this time of hardware shortages, a hybrid cloud move allows expansions of hardware throughput within minutes.” 

Crossvale is known for its integration platforms such as SoftwareAG webMethods and hybrid cloud implementations with the Red Hat OpenShift product. The company has expanded its capabilities further by securing its Gold Partner status within the Microsoft Azure ecosystem.

In addition to achieving Microsoft Gold Partner Status, Crossvale was recently named Customer Solution Success Partner of the Year by Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open-source solutions.  

The award is part of the annual Red Hat North America Partner Awards, which aims to honor partners for continued efforts to support customers on the path to IT modernization and use of the open hybrid cloud. 

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