HPE, Microsoft Combine Forces For Cloud Adoption

December 5, 2016 Off By Hoofer

Grazed from PYMNTS. Author: Editorial Staff.

HPE, one part of the now-split Hewlett Packard, and Microsoft are teaming up to promote hybrid cloud adoption among their joint clients. Reports Friday (Dec. 2) said the two technology giants have announced a collaboration to streamline the adoption of hybrid IT and reduce friction for its users. Microsoft’s Azure platform will combine with HPE infrastructure and services, reports said, to introduce a new program of service offerings for joint customers.

Their joint initiative was announced by Microsoft Executive Vice President of Cloud and Enterprise Scott Guthrie and HPE Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Enterprise Group Antonio Neri. They revealed the plans at the Discover London 2016 event. In a blog post, HPE Director of Cloud Solutions Marketing Ken Won also remarked on the venture…

“Our two companies have a shared, common vision for hybrid cloud computing and, in the past year, have made progress towards blending the power of Azure with HPE’s leading infrastructure, support and services to make the cloud more accessible to enterprises around the globe,” he wrote…

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