TCS offers Enterprise Grade Private Cloud in Canada

TCS offers Enterprise Grade Private Cloud in Canada

India's biggest technology conglomerate, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has launched its Enterprise grade private cloud offering in Canada. Offering goes by the name Enterprise Cloud Platform (ECP).

TCS’ Enterprise Cloud Platform (ECP) is a dynamic solution stack that provides multiple, flexible cloud infrastructure options including IaaS, PaaS, and state-of-the-art hybrid cloud capabilities which enable highly secure orchestration between on-premise and public cloud environments.

In the press release, submitted to India's National Stock Exchange, TCS noted that ECP provides a first-of-its-kind software-defined approach to IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and hybrid cloud (mix of private and public cloud) environment. The private cloud offerings help customers to keep their data in Canada region (country) only.

Executive Opinion:

Global Head, Cloud Infrastructure, TCS, Satishchandra Doreswamy, said,  “We are extending our state-of-the-art cloud offerings to customers in Canada and reinforcing the pivotal role we play in their ongoing digital transformation journeys. Our end-to-end cloud services and solutions portfolio, assessment tools, and a robust framework for cloud foundation and migration make TCS a trusted partner of choice.”

Country Head, TCS Canada, Soumen Roy, “Canadian enterprises are looking for greater agility and flexibility to compete in a Business 4.0 world. To cater to their needs, TCS has been steadily investing in building an agile-ready workforce and cloud-based solutions and capabilities, here in Canada. Adoption of the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform will enable rapid delivery of customer service solutions, ensure superior business continuity and agility, enhance the user experience, and reduce total cost of ownership.”

Tata Consultancy Services is in the business of an IT services, consulting and business solutions. It is a surprising move because newer (and other smaller) cloud vendors are struggling to compete with existing big players such as Amazon's AWS, Microsoft's Azure and Google's GCP. Other big enterprises trying to get a foothold into this market include Oracle, Alibaba, Huewai. Most of these cloud players provide their private cloud offerings as well.


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