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SUSE and Fujitsu Alliance to Employ Feasibility in Transferring Workloads between Public and Private Clouds
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
TOKYO, JAPAN: SUSE and Fujitsu announce to bolster their strategic alliance for developing hybrid cloud products within the open source community. The joint announcement will work to enhance the marketing and container technologies along with support for critical mission actions.
The developments in hybrid cloud employ feasibility in transferring workloads between public and private cloud. The mission critical support in the cloud helps to increase the cost and maintenance efficiency of the customersystems. The customers are further entitled to access open source technology though constant developments in the hybrid cloud. The container technology of hybrid cloud helps to increase the availability and stability of customer environment.
"This further strengthened collaboration with SUSE is a logical extension of our productive relationship for more than a decade and follows our mutual commitment to smoothly and swiftly support customers with open source systems," says Yoshiya Etou, Vice President, Linux Development Division, Platform Software BU, Fujitsu. "We put to use the technology and track record we have cultivated over the years to support customers' mission-critical systems, utilizing the latest open source technologies which are delivered to our customers through collaboration with the open source community."