Underpinning Nerdio’s mission of empowering managed service providers (MSPs) to build successful cloud practices in Microsoft Azure through our easy to use deployment, pricing/packaging, management, and cost optimization IT automation software are five core product design principles: No customer lock-in. Earn the business month-after-month through automation, simplification, and exceptional support. Stay out of the critical...
In this session, we're going to show you a tool we have created to help MSPs show the public their various offerings. We call it the Plans Designer. You will see that it allows MSPs to publish to their website a variety of different plans that take into account everything from their managed virtual desktop offering to Office 365, Azure infrastructure, help desk and support, and any other additional add-ons and services they wish to offer. With just a few clicks, the MSP can format the offerings in their look and feel, and quickly publish them to their website. Another example how at Nerdio we are all about helping MSPs be successful in the market.
In this session, we're going to talk about an incredibly popular tool that Nerdio has to offer, the Nerdio Cost Estimator. We know that one of the biggest challenges MSPs face in building a cloud practice in Microsoft Azure is deeply understanding the cost of purchasing Azure from their distributor, or in some cases directly from Microsoft. MSPs are concerned that in moving to a consumption based selling model that they may accidentally quote their customers an incorrect, or unrealistic price for Azure services. The Nerdio cost estimator aims to solve this challenge by providing MSPs with an easy to use tool that has considered all of the pricing challenges one may encounter when quoting Azure deals to their customers.
In the session today, we will walk you through the Cost Estimator taking a look at IaaS, or the use case where a customer wants to take on-premise servers, move them to the cloud and then manage them, auto-scale them, or back them up. Certainly one of the most common use cases in the market today. There will be further sessions where we go deeper into other use cases including, IT-as-a-Service, and Desktop-as-a-Service. Enjoy this session.
In this session we're going to talk about an incredibly popular feature of Nerdio for Azure and something many of our partners asked us to implement, white label. The idea here is that MSPs want to be able to present Nerdio for Azure with their own branding and own look and feel, both on the surface in front of their customers and even on the specific servers being deployed. We love the white label functionality because it is so core to our mission at Nerdio, empowering MSPs to build successful cloud practices in Microsoft Azure. In this video, we'll show you how to implement the white label features of Nerdio for Azure. Enjoy the session
In this session we'll talk about one of the most frequently asked about topics when it comes to Microsoft Azure and Nerdio for Azure, security components. Building a successful cloud practice in Microsoft Azure requires having a strong foundation in security fundamentals, as it is something your customers will not just ask about, but demand. We'll dive into multifactor authentication in the Nerdio Admin Portal and in Office 365, self-serve password reset, content filtering, encryption, and much more. Enjoy the session.