Node Africa, the latest entrant in the cloud and infrastructure space in Kenya. Our team has years of experience running critical systems in Kenya and Africa as a whole. We know what it means to design highly available systems with nominal or no downtime. Our expertise also lies in building highly secure systems to safeguard from any types of breeches, both within and without the organization.

We have combined the right set of skills in software development, DevOps and support to ensure that we have the skill required to give you the customer peace of mind. We also have partnered with the right mix of organizations. From VMware, the leading provider of virtualization software we have partnered to allow customers to run their workloads on a cloud compatible with VMware’s on public cloud and over 200 providers globally, giving our customers freedom of choice, when it comes to providers. We also have the ability to deploy product on VMware’s public cloud.

Our company

We run your cloud infrastructure.

Our Mission

To make Africa the cloud first continent.

We Love

Building and running cloud infrastructure.

Our History

From the beginning

  • Node Africa is incorporated.

    22 December 2015

    The incorporation documents are finally received realising Node Africa and the beginning of the journey.

  • Formal Launch

    29 January 2016

    Node Africa is formally launched at a gala event held in Nairobi

  • Node Africa Up and Running in 6 weeks

    31 January 2016

    While standing on the shoulders of giants, Node Africa leverages VMware's Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) and VMware NSX to provide a hybrid cloud offering in just 6 weeks!

  • Veeam Hyper-V Partnership

    15 March 2016

    Data Recovery as a Service (DRAAS) offering now supports Microsoft Windows Server workloads

  • NetApp Enterprise Storage now available

    21 July 2016

    With the NetApp storage, Node Africa can now onboard NetApp-specific workloads in the DRAAS offering

  • Virtual PABX Launched

    15 August 2017

    Node Africa now provides clients the ability to move telephony infrastructure to the cloud, allowing for a truly virtual workplace experience

  • Node Africa closes 1st Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Deal

    1 October 2017

    The HCI offering allows clients with physical server environments / data centers to move to the cloud. Compute, networking and storage all-in-one product

  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Project Implemented

    20 November 2017

    Leveraging Vmware Horizon, clients can move desktop environments to the cloud

  • iColo Partnership

    10 January 2018

    With the co-location partner, clients now have the option of hosting data in the Nairobi data center or Mombasa co-location facility

Ready to begin the journey to the cloud?