Software company Pegasystems have partnered with Google’s SBU Google Cloud to allow customers to migrate mission-critical applications to the latter’s Google Cloud Platform (GCP). With this alliance, Pegasystems aim to provide their customers with the flexibility to choose the right cloud platform that suits their needs, avoiding vendor lock-ins.
Pegasystems say that customers are aware of the benefits of deploying mission and business-critical applications in the cloud. They also claim that while deploying these applications, customers often face problems managing other cloud deployments in hybrid cloud environments, limiting their options to adopt new variables.
To overcomes this restriction, Pegasystems say that they have partnered with Google Cloud to automate workflows across different cloud infrastructures so that organizations can meet their business needs. They say that with this integration, organizations can completely focus on their businesses instead of managing the environments.
Speaking about the alliance, Frank Guerrera, Chief Technical Systems Officer at Pegasystems said:
In their ongoing digital transformation journeys, businesses need the flexibility to accelerate the value of cloud that goes beyond cost.
Our partnership with Google Cloud allows us to provide clients with the option to leverage the power of Pega on Google Cloud’s secure and dynamic cloud platform. This expands our ability to empower clients to choose the right cloud solution that meets the challenges of today and tomorrow.