HyperGrid delivers on the promise of easy-to-deploy and manage cloud solutions built on the Microsoft technology stack. HyperGrid works with Microsoft across several Microsoft technologies. HyperGrid is a Microsoft Gold OEM, providing an infrastructure platform purpose-built for the Windows technology environment. HyperGrid is also part of the Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track Program, based on HyperCloud’s Microsoft-validated Windows and Hyper-V based private cloud solution. HyperGrid is also part of the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance, with a high-performance Private-Cloud-in-a-Box built purpose-built solution for the Microsoft Cloud-Inspired Data Center. HyperGrid’s HyperForm is now available on the Azure marketplace, enabling consistent deployment, security policy enforcement, visibility, and governance for all applications, running on premises or in the cloud.
HyperGrid is part of the VMware Technology Alliance Program (TAP). The TAP Program enables partners to develop and deliver proven solutions by providing tools and resources to test, integrate and package joint products. The TAP Program enables HyperGrid to partner with VMware and with their more than 480,000 customers worldwide. HyperGrid solutions will be developed and tested for integration/performance with the VMware products across the Software Defined Data Center, End User Computing and Hybrid Cloud areas – on premises or in the cloud.
HyperGrid’s HyperCloud™ Block Storage Volume Plugin is “Docker Certified” and available in the Docker Store. HyperGrid and Docker have a shared goal of bringing containers to the enterprise. HyperGrid’s HyperCloud™ platform makes it easier for enterprises to roll out Docker across a wide range of applications, with capabilities including enterprise application modeling, deployment, service discovery and lifecycle management. HyperCloud’s extensive set of Docker application templates include multi-tier Java stacks, LAMP, LAOP & LAPP stacks, Node.js, Rails, Python, Mongo Replica Set, Couchbase Cluster, MEAN.JS, Wordpress, Drupal, and others.
HyperGrid is a member of the Intel® Cloud Builders program. This cross-industry initiative brings together leading members of the cloud ecosystem to deliver a choice of optimized software-defined infrastructure solutions.
HyperGrid is an HPE server OEM partner. HyperGrid’s HyperCloud™ offering can be deployed on-premises with HPE ProLiant servers.
HyperGrid is a Dell server OEM partner. HyperGrid’s HyperCloud™ offering can be deployed on-premises with Dell servers.
HyperGrid’s innovative solution built for virtualization, has been verified as Citrix Ready®. The Citrix Ready program helps customers identify third-party solutions that are recommended to enhance virtualization, networking and cloud computing solutions from Citrix. Customers can be confident that HyperGrid has successfully passed a series of tests established by Citrix, and can be trusted to work effectively with CloudPlatform.
HyperGrid and Leostream have partnered together to deliver simplified hosted and virtual desktop management, making complex hosted and virtual desktop infrastructures a reality for enterprises worldwide.
HyperGrid and Workspot are working closely together to bring Workspot's VDI 2.0 vision to market with an as-a-service consumption model.
HyperGrid and Sureline have made it simple for enterprises to migrate applications to and from HyperCloud™ including including physical to virtual (P2V) and virtual to virtual (V2V) migrations.
5nine Software is the leading virtualization security and management solution for Hyper-V with more than 75,000 satisfied users worldwide. HyperGrid and 5nine partner to deliver integrated solutions to help customers reach the full potential of their virtual infrastructure.
As a member of the Red Hat Connect for Technology Partners program, HyperGrid supports the Red Hat Container Registry and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. HyperGrid's on-premises software also integrates with Red Hat Container Registry, meaning enterprises can leverage the power of Docker containers for their DevOps teams while continuing to standardize on Red Hat Enterprise Linux for running applications.
The Linux Foundation is a nonprofit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux and collaborative software development. As a silver member and a past sponsor of ContainerCon, HyperGrid supports container initiatives driven by the Linux Foundation - including The Open Container Initiative (OCI).