Greenwood Village, CO – February 19, 2020 – Morpheus Data was recognized this past week as a Leader in Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Management Platforms (CMP). This is the second year in a row that Morpheus Data has been a Leader in the report.
This news comes on the heels of over 300% growth in 2019 where Morpheus saw dozens of enterprise customer wins, a doubling of headcount, massive expansion in channel programs, and several major product announcements.
In this year’s analyses, Morpheus Data was recognized for their ability to execute and completeness of vision among the Leaders quadrant. Morpheus Data also scored highest in 3 of the 4 Critical Capabilities Use Cases for Cloud Management Platforms.
Over the past year, Morpheus has proven that it is a force to be reckoned with in the rapidly growing multi-cloud management and DevOps automation market, having carved out a clear leadership position coveted by both legacy providers and smaller players alike.
“Morpheus is honored to be named as a Leader for the second year in a row and even more excited to be recognized with the highest Critical Capabilities scores in use cases including cloud provisioning and orchestration, cloud service brokering, and cloud governance. For our network of customers and partners, we think this validates that they have put their trust in the right cloud automation provider.”
VP of Marketing and Business Development
Morpheus believes it has outpaced the competition by releasing new software features every 8-weeks and expanding well beyond first-generation CMP functionality with capabilities such as cloud-native PaaS service integration, award-winning VMware integrations, best-in-class Ansible integration, and a fully CNCF certified Kubernetes service.
For a complete version of this year’s report, click here to download a complimentary copy of the full 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Management Platforms.
Sources: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Management Platforms, Dennis Smith, Sanjit Ganguli, Padraig Byrne, 13 February 2020. Critical Capabilities for Cloud Management Platforms, Dennis Smith, Sanjit Ganguli, Padraig Byrne, Scott Etkin, 13 February 2020.
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Cloud Management Platform (CMP) Vendors meeting criteria for inclusion in the report included: CloudBolt, Embotics (acquired by Snow Software), Flexera (formerly RightScale), HyperGrid, Morpheus Data, Scalr, and VMware with vRealize Automation Cloud plus CloudHealth.
Other vendors in the cloud management space who did not show up in the report include: Abiquo, Apprenda, Cisco CloudCenter (CliQr), Cloudify, CloudSoft, Cloudability, CloudCheckr, Divvycloud, IBM, Micro Focus Hybrid Cloud Management (HCM) – formerly Cloud Service Automation (CSA) and Operations Orchestration (OO), Microsoft, Nimata, OnApp, Platform9, Quali, RedHat CloudForms, and ServiceNow Cloud Management Platform