IBM collaborates with Persistent Systems to accelerate IBM Cloud Pak Deployment

IBM and Persistent Systems declared a new collaboration to support accelerate IBM Cloud Pak deployments to speed clients’ enterprise modernization and their progress to the cloud.

For years, more than 2,000 Persistent engineers and technical professionals have been widely enlightened on critical containerization and Kubernetes skills needed to deliver value in multi-cloud environments, especially those leveraging IBM Cloud Paks on Red Hat OpenShift.

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Persistent also proclaimed a new IBM Cloud Pak deployment practice to assist organizations to migrate and modernize IBM workloads across all cloud environments, including IBM public cloud and IBM Cloud services.

IBM Cloud Paks are enterprise-ready containerized software solutions developed on Red Hat OpenShift, intended to provide an open, faster, and more secure way to transfer core business applications across all cloud environments, including IBM public cloud and IBM Cloud services.

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