Its time for Mainframe Modernisation and to make the task easy for enterprises, global technology giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is collaborating with Indian IT consultant major Infosys. According to a statement from Infosys, both the companies will offer a joint end-to-end mainframe modernisation solution, which will provide enterprise customers robust hardware and advanced software architecture.
Bangalore headquartered firm said that its Mainframe Modernization Solution which is powered by HPE's Mission Critical Computing Systems is aimed achieving modernisation with cost efficiency with high security and scale. The joint solution by Infosys and HPE will offer customers an integrated platform that will transform their legacy applications to the latest hardware and software architecture, enable cloud and mobile ready applications, and simultaneously reduce cost and enhance customer experiences. claimed Infosys.
This solution facilitates development of new business models supported by new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Automation, and newer classes of middleware and database architecture which will enable companies to transform seamlessly from mainframe platforms, said Infosys.
“Infosys, through this partnership with HPE, aims at co-creating and enabling clients to simplify their IT landscape by redeploying existing mainframes on modern architecture. Customers will be able to re-host and re-engineer their business critical enterprise applications on modern hardware and software architecture to scale and accelerate the business impact in a secure manner. This will lead to enhanced productivity for customers across industry segments,” said Ravi Kumar, President & Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Infosys.
“We have a strong line-up of robust and secure systems helping organizations successfully migrate their mainframe environments with a wide range of complexities and mission critical requirements, towards a secure hybrid IT environment. Our partnership with Infosys will help enterprises transformation and generate significant value in today's competitive business landscape,” said Paul Hunter, Global Channel Chief, HPE.