DXC Technology has rolled out enhanced offerings aligned to VMware through the launch of a multi-cloud solution designed to automate managed services.
Under the banner of DXC Managed Multi-Cloud Services, the offering centres around providing service management at scale through the self-service and automation of IT services via an infrastructure-as-code (IaC) model.
“Multiple clouds are the new reality, but managing those cloud environments can be complicated,” said Eugene O’Callaghan, senior vice president of cloud, DXC.
“DXC Managed Multi-Cloud Services powered by VMware offers a holistic cloud management solution to speed up the pace of digital change in hybrid cloud environments, optimise workloads for cloud and traditional IT, and deploy the right workload on the right platform.”
According to IDC, 90 per cent of global 1000 organisations will deploy multi-cloud management strategies by 2024, housing integrated tools across public and private clouds.
In response, the DXC offering aims to deliver software-defined networking and DevSecOps, backed by security and governance using IaC, across multiple clouds via blueprinting, deployment pipelines and policies.
“DXC and VMware have a shared history of driving IT transformation and growth,” added Susan Nash, senior vice president of alliances, VMware.
“By combining VMware’s hybrid cloud offerings with DXC cloud services and industry expertise, DXC Managed Multi-Cloud Services gives IT the ability to rapidly deploy a universal management experience across all cloud environments, facilitating a common security, governance and compliance framework that can help minimise risk while accelerating cloud adoption.”
Leveraging VMware vRealize Automation Cloud, the offering also delivers managed services on current and future multi-cloud architectures, and integrates with DXC Bionix and Platform DXC, the provider’s next-generation delivery platform.