Companies Expand Partnership to Help Meet Customers' Data Sovereignty and Interoperability Needs, and Align with Gaia-X Principles
Atos and VMware, Inc. announced an extension of the companies' strategic partnership by working to deliver an integrated set of capabilities to help speed up the development of 'Data Spaces'. Data Spaces are platforms that allow for greater exchange, collaboration, and monetization of data between organizations or industries, independently of the underlying infrastructure, whilst enabling data sovereignty and interoperability.
With the VMware and Atos collaboration effort on Data Space development, the companies plan to deliver an integrated set of capabilities that help enable data and industry applications to be used and shared more strategically to boost national and regional digital economies. The expanded collaboration will deliver capabilities aligned to the Gaia-X architecture and serve as a key enabler and booster of the Gaia-X initiative, which seeks to accelerate the exchange of data through new digital platforms that comply with common rules.
Companies extend decade-long partnership to help customers across industries realize value faster from app and cloud modernization initiatives
VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) and Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE:
WIPRO) announced an expanded collaboration that will enable customers
to achieve the cloud freedom they desire with the enterprise control
they require as they execute their digital strategies. The companies
are bringing together the power of VMware Cross-Cloud services
with industry-leading Wipro FullStride Cloud Services to help global
enterprises accelerate app modernization and reduce the cost, complexity,
and risk of moving to the cloud.
Multi-cloud architectures can accelerate service delivery and give lines
of business and IT the flexibility to innovate using the best services
from different cloud providers, without lock-in. Multi-cloud also comes
with inherent complexity that can slow down application development,
increase management costs, create networking and security blind spots,
and produce sub-par user experiences.
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