Google, MobileIron partner to launch new cloud services marketplace

By Jonathan Dyble
Google has announced that its Orbitera commerce platform has teamed up with mobile software solutions leader MobileIron to launch a new marketplace for...

Google has announced that its Orbitera commerce platform has teamed up with mobile software solutions leader MobileIron to launch a new marketplace for the deployment and management of cloud-based business applications.

The platform has been launched to centralise apps in one convenient secure location, providing the conditions for a more simplified ownership of applications by combining MobileIron’s security and enterprise mobility management tools with Obitera’s existing technology.

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“Working with MobileIron, our goal is to help businesses more easily and quickly create an integrated marketplace where their authorized customers and partners can access apps and streamline billing, application entitlement and authentication, plus use Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for backend compute and storage services,” said Marcin Kurc, Head of Commerce Platform, Google Cloud, in a blog post.

This will benefit all parties, from developers, to enterprises, to resellers, with the flexible secure management platform set to support a range of operating systems and devices.

“We hope this collaboration simplifies and streamlines enterprise application management for businesses, and helps them unlock additional value for their employees and customers,” Kurc concludes.

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