HP is assisting businesses and government agencies to accelerate the adoption of cloud-based infrastructures to improve technology and business flexibility.
The company has extended its cloud consulting services portfolio with the HP Cloud Design Service that takes a proven approach to designing and deploying scalable, cloud-based infrastructures that speed up the delivery of projects while mitigating risk.
Support hybrid sourcing model
HP's new design service allows enterprises to use and deliver services that support different workloads. This is made possible thanks to HP's design principles that ensure the cloud infrastructure can support a hybrid sourcing model that includes both private and public cloud options.
Gard Little, research manager, worldwide services and emerging services opportunities, IDC, noted that the cloud is entering a period of accelerated adoption. To grow fast, companies require strategic counsel on the cloud infrastructure design that will best meet their business goals.
"No matter what path companies want to take to adopt cloud, HP offers a comprehensive set of services that cover complex and heterogeneous environments to help organisations maximise the business benefits."
Customised cloud infrastructure
Customisation is important for success and HP apparently understands this success mantra. The company makes efforts to understand the client's needs and then proceeds to create a customised cloud infrastructure design blueprint and an implementation plan.
The company has wide experience in designing very demanding cloud environments and its new Cloud Design Service offers a range of benefits for clients. The service ensures speed time to delivery, mitigates implementation risk and reduces costly technology redundancies, among other benefits.
HP is offering its latest Cloud Design Service all across the world with pricing based on specific customer requirements. It is also offering workshops and advice to enterprises that are still at the education, strategy or planning stages.
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