Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE) have acquired cloud advisory service provider RedPixie in a bid to expand their hybrid cloud consulting expertise. With this acquisition, HPE will help customers accelerate business by drawing critical insights and data from cloud and edge computing.
According to HPE, it is essential for organizations to find the right balance of IT environments in order to manage data and workloads effectively. They also say that by adding RedPixie in their Pointnext SBU, businesses will be able to move workloads to the public cloud by leveraging their hybrid prowess.
Speaking about the acquisition, Ana Pinczuk, HPE Senior Vice President of Pointnext, commented:
With this acquisition, we will continue to expand our comprehensive hybrid IT portfolio and will be even better positioned to help our customers build new digital experiences and drive better business outcomes now and into the future.
We are focused on helping our customers accelerate business outcomes by extracting critical insights from their data, wherever it lives, from edge to core to cloud.
HPE claim that this strategic move is made in order to expand their portfolio of services. Explaining the advantage RedPixie will bring, Pinczuk added:
RedPixie has helped their customers migrate legacy systems to the cloud, speed up the adoption of data analytics, and drive cost-cutting, while accelerating time to market and increasing agility.
Today, RedPixie has significant customer traction, with particular strength among leading financial services, insurance and healthcare companies, including KPMG, Hiscox, and Care U.K.
Neither companies have disclosed the terms or details of the acquisition deal.