Evolving the Enterprise Hybrid Cloud - Tata Communications: The Dark Horse in the Hybrid Cloud Race

Evolving the Enterprise Hybrid Cloud - Tata Communications: The Dark Horse in the Hybrid Cloud Race

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12-Oct-2018
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Research Code: 9B0F-00-62-00-00
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For global enterprises seeking to standardize on a provider with a hybrid enablement platform that can manage a very wide array of resources, Indian communications provider Tata Communications may be just what the company needs to achieve its hybrid goals. The company’s hybrid enablement platform spans many popular hypervisors and operating systems, as well as two of the most popular public clouds used by businesses today.

Though Tata’s US presence is small to date, its ability to serve multi-national businesses is great, and worthy of consideration as a cloud partner.
In this SPIE, we discuss what businesses are looking for in an enterprise-grade hybrid cloud, and assess the offer that Tata Communications has brought to market. We will discuss the benefits of the Tata hybrid cloud, and why Stratecast|Frost & Sullivan believes it is a strong choice for enterprise IT environments, especially those operating on the multi-national stage.

Table of Contents

Introduction

The Evolution of the Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid Integration through Robust Orchestration

Tata Communications: A Complete Hybrid Offering

The Tata Communications IZO Hybrid Enablement Platform

Tata Communications Hybrid Cloud Services

Cloud Centers and Customer Base

Stratecast - The Last Word

About Stratecast

About Frost & Sullivan

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For global enterprises seeking to standardize on a provider with a hybrid enablement platform that can manage a very wide array of resources, Indian communications provider Tata Communications may be just what the company needs to achieve its hybrid goals. The company’s hybrid enablement platform spans many popular hypervisors and operating systems, as well as two of the most popular public clouds used by businesses today. Though Tata’s US presence is small to date, its ability to serve multi-national businesses is great, and worthy of consideration as a cloud partner. In this SPIE, we discuss what businesses are looking for in an enterprise-grade hybrid cloud, and assess the offer that Tata Communications has brought to market. We will discuss the benefits of the Tata hybrid cloud, and why Stratecast|Frost & Sullivan believes it is a strong choice for enterprise IT environments, especially those operating on the multi-national stage.
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