TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform Built on SUSE OpenStack Cloud
As the first to produce an enterprise-ready distribution of OpenStack Cloud back in 2012, SUSE OpenStack Cloud has been maturing, with the latest release, version 8, coming out earlier this year.
And now, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), have selected SUSE OpenStack Cloud as the foundation for the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform.
The TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform is part of TCS’s strategic roadmap to help customers transform their IT infrastructure. The TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform is a powerful and repeatable architecture that can be rapidly deployed to meet customer demand.
Dr. Rajesh Srinivasan, global head, Cloud Sales and Solutions, TCS Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure Business Unit commented, “Our partnership with SUSE brings enterprise reliability, interoperability and flexibility to our joint customers.”
The TCS and SUSE teams have worked closely together ensure that the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform is robust and flexible which was achieved by integrating technologies like Cisco ACI for software-defined networking, KVM and VMware as hypervisors, and EMC as the storage backend with SUSE OpenStack Cloud.
As a result, customers who utilize the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform can benefit from great flexibility and choice, and also be supported by TCS’s global heritage for providing consulting and combined with high availability.
The partnership with TCS continues to strengthen and deepen, and TCS plans to embrace SUSE products such as SUSE Cloud Application Platform, including its containerized SUSE Cloud Foundry distribution in the future.