In a recent tweet, Google Cloud has announced its partnership with Tata Communications. In today’s blog, we are going to break down how Tata is actually going to ease things up for Google.
Tata Communications is one of the industry leaders in terms of cloud, mobility, Internet of Things (IoT), collaboration, security, and network services, etc.
Here are some quick facts about Tata Communications:
- Present in more than 200 countries and territories around the world
- Serves over 7,000 customers globally that represents over 300 of the Fortune 500
- Connects 4 out of 5 mobile subscribers worldwide
- Connects businesses to 60% of the world’s cloud giants
- Operates the largest wholly-owned and most advanced subsea fiber network which underpins the internet backbone, where its network carries around 30% of the world’s internet routes
- Its Internet of Things network in India will be the world’s largest network of its kind, spanning nearly 2,000 communities and touching over 400 million people
- Listed on both the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India, Tata Communications’ revenue stood at INR 17,068 Cr in FY20
Note: Information given in the above points is inherited from the about us page of Tata Communications.
So basically, in a nutshell, Tata is one of the major Internet Backbone out there, controlling around 30% of the internet routes.
How is this partnership beneficial for Google Cloud?
Tata Communications is going to support organizations with services across infrastructure modernization, data center transformation, application modernization, smart analytics, multi-cloud deployments, and more. Tata’s managed Cloud is going to improve performance and drive business growth. The single-pane-of-glass orchestration tool of Tata Cloud will offer a unified cloud experience.
In order to modernize applications seamlessly, Tata Services can also manage Kubernetes on GCP.
Rajesh Awasthi, Global Head of Cloud and Managed Hosting Services at Tata Communications quotes:
“The current demands on enterprises to manage and optimize their cloud solutions has never been more important, especially in the wake of COVID-19 and our increasing reliance on cloud infrastructure, as organizations migrate to Google Cloud, they need a partner that will support them across their entire IT ecosystem and deliver a unified cloud management platform that offers greater transparency, control and security of their data and applications.”
On the other hand, Amitabh Jacob (Head of Partners and Alliances at Google Cloud India) quotes:
“The true test of 2021 will be how organizations adopt a cloud-first approach. Through our partnership with Tata Communications, we will be able to provide our customers with a unified, end-to-end experience that will remove the complexity in cloud management and help them transform at speed and scale.”
Tata Communications Cloud capabilities are very much capable of being a Tier-1 network along with its 14 cloud nodes. As a result, we can expect much more fluency in the operations of organizations from now on that is based on Google Cloud India.
Note: The whole article has been adopted from the blog release of Tata Communications.