A number of commit contracts per service now out there in Cloud Companion Navigator


VMware Cloud Supplier Companions who resell VMware’s providers through the Managed Service Supplier path to market (‘MSPs’) do that by signing a commit contract with a VMware aggregator. This contract represents a minimal dedication of consumption of a specific service, and gives the accomplice with up-front reductions for this service.

After signing a commit contract, the accomplice can provision providers for his or her finish clients through Cloud Companion Navigator.

As of at this time, companions can have a number of commit contracts for a similar service beneath the identical group in Cloud Companion Navigator. Earlier than this, commit contracts have been linked to a supplier group. This precipitated an absence of flexibility and a proliferation of organizations, as an illustration after accomplice mergers & acquisitions, or when a accomplice modified aggregators.

With this new performance, companions can higher align their commitments to VMware with buyer contracts, and have extra flexibility to mix prepay and pay as you go contracts.

Within the providers overview of Cloud Companion Navigator, you will notice that service tiles now have a brand new “Handle Commit Contract” possibility.

There’s additionally a brand new overview of Commit Contracts, which lists all all commit contracts related to every service and set default commit contracts on a per service foundation.

For extra data on this new performance, head over to the Cloud Companion Navigator documentation.


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