The Unified Service Management offering will assist clients to manage complex service delivery environments. On the other hand, the IoT solutions will enable clients to collect and exchange data from a network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and connectivity.
As per the deal, HCL Technologies will use IBM Cloud’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), SoftLayer, to offer cloud-based solutions to its clients.
HCL will leverage SoftLayer infrastructure services, including bare metal servers, virtual servers, storage, security services and networking in addressing the needs of their clients.
Leveraging the HCL MyCloud and DryICE automation and orchestration platforms, HCL plans to offer scalable cloud environments, including IaaS solutions in dedicated, as well as shared models, for enterprise customers across the globe.
Kalyan Kumar, chief technologist – ITO, HCL Technologies, said: “By combining IBM’s Bluemix and Softlayer platforms with HCL’s MyCloud orchestration platform and global system integration expertise we will be able to transform businesses through user centric applications on Bluemix which will enable enhanced customer engagement delivering efficiencies and tangible business outcomes.”