Google has collaborated with MobileIron, a once venture-backed company that opened up to the world in 2014, to open a digital store that will provide cloud-based software to different organizations. Google says the partnership effort is intended to unite MobileIron's application distribution, security and analytics abilities with Google Cloud's Orbitera commerce platform.
The white-label providing will come up with a handful of options together with custom designed bundles, says Google, to enable operators to build bundles of products and services by means of customer segments, voice and third-party cloud products and services, customized branding for both customers and operators of the marketplace, secure cloud access to make sure that only trusted users who are availing authorized apps get access to the cloud products and services.
Google had gained the startup Orbitera in 2016 that developed a platform for trading cloud-based software to help Google enhance the way it contends with Microsoft, Salesforce and Amazon’s AWS, all of which offer their firm products and services in the cloud.
Google said the partnership goal is to help businesses more quickly and easily build an integrated marketplace where their trusted partners and customers can access application authentication and entitlement, apps and streamline billing, plus use Google Cloud Platform for storage and backend compute services.
Through this partnership, enterprises, resellers, ISVs, and OEMs will get a flexible, scalable way to mobile app procurement, delivery, and secure management through an integrated platform that enables many operating systems and devices.
Source: Google Official Blog