The DXC Services for Azure offering will work to help users facilitate hybrid and public cloud adoption as well as access Azure services in DXCâ€™s private data infrastructure and Microsoftâ€™s public cloud, DXC said Tuesday.
Both companies will start to offer DXC Services for Azure later this year with a suite of managed services based on Microsoft Azure Stack andÂ DXC will provide training and certification opportunities for developers and consultants through the partnership.
â€œDXC is building on CSCâ€™s and HPEâ€™s strategic partnership with Microsoft to accelerate our clientsâ€™ adoption of cloud services,â€ said Mike Lawrie, chairman, president and CEO of DXC Technology.
Lawrie added that DXC Services for Azure will work to help customers â€œchoose the right infrastructure landing zone for their workloads.â€
Both firms will also provide clients Dynamics 365, Windows 10, Secure Productive Enterprise, Office 365 and other Microsoft platforms under the partnership.