Bangalore: Wipro and ActiveState today announced a partnership to deliver cloud technologies and services to enterprises across the globe. ActiveState is the creator of Stackato Private Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), the world’s leading independent distribution of the Cloud Foundry open source project. This partnership brings together the cloud implementation expertise of Wipro with the cutting edge technology of Stackato, enabling agile enterprises to innovate faster than ever before.
“Wipro has been an early pioneer of open source based cloud solutions and we are seeing Stackato emerge as a strong player providing cloud foundry based PaaS solutions and enabler for Dev Ops automation. We are excited about this partnership delivered as a part of our Open Cloud offering and believe that it delivers unmatched agility, control and security to our customers in their endeavor to transform their application lifecycle processes. This joint proposition also dovetails into application workload centric, software defined and open standard based Open Datacenter framework envisaged by Wipro,” said Anuj Bhalla, VP & Global BU Head, Product, System Integration and Maintenance Services, GIS Wipro Ltd.
Stackato, the private PaaS of choice for large enterprises, is based on the Cloud Foundry and Docker open source projects. It has been developed, by ActiveState, for use by large enterprises and addresses their unique business needs such as application portability and scalability, continuous delivery and cloud security.
Wipro and ActiveState will work together seamlessly to deliver integrated cloud solutions to help address the unique challenges that large businesses face in today’s rapidly changing marketplace.
“Partnering with Wipro expands Stackato’s reach around the world,” said Bart Copeland, CEO of ActiveState. “Wipro helps deliver innovative cloud technology solutions to companies globally. We have heard increasing demand from companies around the world for Stackato and are pleased that this partnership will enable and support that access.”
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