HCL and IBM partner to help Enterprises migrate Mission-critical Workloads to IBM Cloud


HCL and IBM announced their collaboration to help HCL clients migrate to IBM public cloud as a part of their digital transformation journey.

To develop digital and cloud-native solutions, IBM Ecosystems Unit (IEU) will help HCL clients. HCL clients from regulated industries are also included to help develop solutions. The solutions include data and analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning capabilities, and security, notes the announcement.

Executive Opinion

Corporate Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, IT Services, HCL Technologies, Kalyan Kumar, said, "In line with HCL’s vision and strategy, this new chapter in our relationship with IBM is an affirmation of our strategy in responding to a changing world. Leveraging the IBM public cloud will enable HCL to work with enterprises in regulated industries such as financial services. Currently our DRYiCETM portfolio runs on IBM public cloud. This collaboration will be extended to HCL’s product portfolio, which includes the development of new SaaS offerings on IBM Cloud."

Senior Vice President, Cognitive Applications, Blockchain and Ecosystems, IBM, Bob Lord, said,
"We see increased demand for companies in many industries with sensitive data, such as financial services and telco, to migrate their critical workloads and applications to the cloud. I see the flexibility and security of IBM's hybrid cloud platform built with Red Hat OpenShift at the core, combined with HCL's expertise in technology services, as a clear differentiator. Together, we can help clients maximize value and accelerate their digital transformation to any cloud environment, including the IBM public cloud."

IBM Ecosystem Unit and HCL

To develop cloud-native solutions, IEU intends to leverage IBM public cloud and plans to use IBM Cloud Paks, containerized software running on Red Hat OpenShift, and Watson-powered advanced data and analytics.

It will be also possible for HCL clients to take part in design workshops as well as remote access technology from the HCL's Cloud Native Labs for proof of concepts and solution building. These labs are located in the United States (Dallas), United Kingdom (London), and India (NCR).
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