Oman Data Park (ODP) announces the deployment of Microsoft Azure Stack solutions in its facilities. The new partnership with Microsoft and Cisco will see the company offering Azure services on their data centers. Bringing customers cloud computing to build and deploy hybrid applications. Oman Data park plans to launch Azure Stack by September 2019.
CEO of ODP describes storing data locally as one key challenge the IT managed services provider company faced. The platform was jointly developed by engineering teams of Microsoft and Cisco to launch hybrid cloud offerings.
Sheikh Saif Hilal Al Hisni, Microsoft Country Manager Bahrain and Oman says this will propel the country forward on its Vision 2040 journey.
“As Oman Data Park works to move digital transformation forward across the sultanate, Microsoft will continue its commitment to the government, people and business community of Oman.
The ability to engage customers, empower employees, optimise operations and transform products and services will undoubtedly propel the country forward on its Vision 2040 journey.” – Sheikh Saif Hilal Al Hosni, Country Manager, Microsoft Bahrain & Oman
“The ability to dynamically deliver business critical applications is a key requirement for all organisations in the age of digitization. Cloud computing is one of the main technologies driving this change. By deploying the Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack for the first time in Oman, ODP now has a comprehensive and pre-integrated cloud platform to accelerate service delivery and thus contribute to the development of the country’s digital economy.
This platform was jointly developed by the engineering teams of both Cisco and Microsoft and brings the agility and fast-paced innovation of cloud computing to on-premises environments.
Cisco has the breadth and depth of product and service offerings which have already been tested and consistently used for public, private and hybrid cloud solutions.
We are pleased that together we are able to put this cutting-edge platform at the disposal of ODP and its customers.” – Ali Al Lawati, General Manager Cisco Oman