This new appointment places Microsoft Azure as the preferred public cloud partner for HPE customers while at the same time HPE serves as the preferred partner in providing infrastructure and services for Microsoft’s hybrid cloud offerings.
“Hewlett Packard Enterprise is committed to helping businesses transform to hybrid cloud environments in order to drive growth and value,” said Meg Whitman, President and CEO, HPE. “Public cloud services, like those Azure provides, are an important aspect of hybrid cloud strategy and Microsoft Azure blends perfectly with HPE solutions to deliver what our customers need most.”
This collaboration is across both engineering and services that combines innovative compute platforms to help customers optimize their IT environment, leverage new consumption models and accelerate their business at a faster rate.
“Our mission to empower every organisation on the planet is a driving force behind our broad partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise that spans Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and Windows 10, “ said Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft. “We are now extending our longstanding partnership by blending the power of Azure with HPE’s leading infrastructure, support and services to and make the cloud more accessible to the enterprises around the globe.”
As part of this partnership, HPE will enable Azure on every HPE server, which allows customers to rapidly realise the benefits of hybrid cloud. In addition, joint HPE Azure Centers of Excellence will be set up in Palo Alto and Houston to ensure customers have a seamless hybrid cloud experience.
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