SUSE announced Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, has selected SUSE OpenStack Cloud as the standard foundation of the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform.
The TCS and SUSE teams have worked closely to architect a robust and flexible Enterprise Cloud Platform. This has been achieved by integrating technologies like Cisco ACI for software-defined networking, KVM and VMware as hypervisors, and EMC as the storage backend with SUSE OpenStack Cloud. TCS and SUSE have jointly developed this powerful and repeatable architecture so it can be rapidly deployed to meet customer demand.
The enterprise-ready SUSE OpenStack Cloud supports a wide range of hypervisors and will provide TCS customers with flexibility and choice combined with high availability. TCS offers the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform as part of its strategic roadmap to help customers transform their IT infrastructure. It is a platform that allows organizations to develop and launch business applications quickly and easily.
“As enterprises move to adopt hybrid cloud, TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform supported by SUSE OpenStack Cloud provides an easy, fast and secure way to spin up business applications in the cloud and migrate workloads between cloud environments seamlessly,” said Dr. Rajesh Srinivasan, Global Head, Cloud Sales and Solutions, TCS Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure Business Unit. “Our partnership with SUSE brings enterprise reliability, interoperability and flexibility to our joint customers.”
Ronald de Jong, SUSE President of Sales, said, “SUSE serves customers worldwide who are looking to fuel growth and gain competitive advantage by transforming their IT infrastructure. Our collaboration with TCS will expand that reach and bring the open source innovation in SUSE OpenStack Cloud to a much broader set of customers. The needs of current and future customers drive our strategic partnerships with companies like TCS and determine the direction of our innovation.”
With SUSE OpenStack Cloud, customers gain a flexible, customizable and scalable cloud, accelerating the deployment of software-defined infrastructure. It delivers better interoperability, scalability and flexibility to enable the future-proof IT that enterprise customers need to compete in today’s competitive market. Alongside SUSE OpenStack Cloud as part of the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform, TCS’s future solution roadmap will embrace SUSE products such as SUSE Cloud Application Platform, including its containerized SUSE Cloud Foundry distribution.
For more information about SUSE OpenStack Cloud, visit www.suse.com/cloud. For more about TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform, see info.tcs.com/bts-services-cloud-infrastructure.html.