“Through our collaboration with Red Hat, we provide a production-ready public cloud foundation. It will empower enterprises in India to create a hybrid environment that meets their current as well future business needs – providing them the much required agility, scalability and efficiency as they rebuild their businesses,” mentioned Venkatesh Krishnan, Executive Director, Commercial Partners, Microsoft India.
Customers will obtain an built-in expertise, together with unified sign-up, on-boarding, service administration and technical assist.
“Azure Red Hat OpenShift will lean on the strengths of both the parties, enabling customers to expand container innovation, deploy mission-critical apps with greater confidence and more easily manage and orchestrate cloud-native workloads across a hybrid cloud environment,” mentioned Neeraj Bhatia, Senior Director, Sales, Red Hat India and SAARC.
Software large IBM acquired Red Hat for $34 billion final yr.