Tencent Cloud, the cloud business of global technology company Tencent and HashiCorp, have strengthened their global collaboration, to help organisations across regions leverage HashiCorp’s products to provision, secure, run, and connect any application running in Tencent Cloud.
HashiCorp is one of the leading players in multi-cloud infrastructure automation software. To provide more value to businesses around the world, both parties have rolled out the full integration of HashiCorp Terraform, HashiCorp Vault, HashiCorp Consul, and HashiCorp Nomad on Tencent Cloud.
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For most enterprises, digital transformation entails offering new business and customer value at a large scale with high efficiency. It also means striving for better automation when building new applications to differentiate their business. Poshu Yeung, Senior Vice President, Tencent Cloud International, said:
“We are pleased to strengthen our global collaboration with HashiCorp in helping organizations of all sizes about their infrastructure requirements to evolve and how to implement the cloud operating model to highlight their business’ strengths. In addition to the full integration of HashiCorp’s products on Tencent Cloud, we also aim to inform and engage more enterprises with the newly launched whitepaper that helps the digital transformation of more businesses.”
To thrive in an era of hybrid cloud architectures driven by digital transformation, enterprise IT must evolve from ITIL-based gatekeeping to enabling shared self-service processes for DevOps excellence. Burzin Patel, VP Global Alliances at HashiCorp, said:
“HashiCorp and Tencent Cloud have a long-standing global partnership focused on helping organizations of all sizes around the world to adopt HashiCorp’s products on Tencent Cloud. Tencent Cloud has built robust integrations with HashiCorp’s products and is continually improving them for our joint enterprise customers.”
For most enterprises, digital transformation means delivering new business and customer value more quickly, and at a very large scale. The implication for enterprise IT, then, is a shift from cost optimization to speed optimisation. The cloud is a critical part of this shift, as it’s required in order to rapidly deploy on-demand services at unlimited scale.
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