Siki Giunta: Verizon Cloud Marketplace to Offer Hitachi Cloud Tiering Tech

Siki Giunta
Siki Giunta

Verizon has partnered with Hitachi Data Systems to offer the Hitachi Content Platform adaptive cloud tiering technology via the Verizon Cloud Marketplace and deliver enterprise content management and hybrid cloud functions.

Siki Giunta, senior vice president of cloud services at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, said Monday that the partnership aims to support the business of Verizon Cloud customers by facilitating efficiency in the cloud purchasing and deployment process.

HCP works to support transition between IT and cloud infrastructures, foster scalability and agility in cloud operations, and manage both structured and unstructured data, Hitachi said.

The Verizon Cloud Marketplace offers prebuilt cloud applications in a pay-as-you-go model.

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