Infosys Ltd (NYSE:INFY) has announced that they are partnering with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE) to use their GreenLake consumption model in aiding client’s journey to the hybrid cloud.
The GreenLake Consumption Model
The HPE GreenLake is a modern consumption-based IT model which relies on outcome-based consumption to deliver the best aspects on-premises IT as well as the public cloud. The model is made up of several services that include databases, Big Data, storage, backup, edges as well as compute. The model is compatible with SAP HANA and Microsoft Azure.
The collaboration of the companies will facilitate enterprises in making infrastructure investment decisions as well as benefit from private cloud security while at the same time enjoying the ability to scale among other public cloud advantages. Also, the total ownership cost is likely to fall significantly.
More clients are becoming reliant of cloud-based services since they make IT systems more productive and agile thus leading to substantial cost savings. The GreenLkae model simplifies organizational IT operations thus making them easy to adopt.
Infosys Cloud and Infrastructure Solutions Head, Narsimha Rao Mannepali, indicated that most enterprises are nowadays seeking ways of optimizing hybrid IT investments to accelerate digital initiatives. Therefore the partnership with HPE will provide companies with a value proposition that compels them to consumption-based IT models.
Infosys strategic partnerships
The company is strengthening their core competencies through strategic alliances. They are targeting leading tech companies which allow them to take advantage of emerging technologies and exploit them for mutual benefit.
The company has so far collaborated with Adobe Inc (NASDAQ:ADBE) Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) as well as Amazon Web Services. In 2017 they had a partnership with HP to offer an end-to-end modernization solution. Last year HP announced that they host Infosys’ Finacle Universal Banking Solution on their infrastructure which received a new business transaction record per second.
Since most businesses are gradually joining the digital transformation journey, Infosys has been at the forefront of expediting the transition. Last year they announced yet another partnership with Nokia aimed at supporting digital transformation in enterprises and major industries.