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Kyndryl Rolls Out New Cloud-Native Services Aligned with AWS, Microsoft, Google Cloud

Kyndryl is focused on transforming customer cloud operations.

Edward Gately

December 15, 2022

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Kyndryl has launched new cloud-native services to help customers accelerate their cloud application modernization.

With Kyndryl Cloud Native Services, customers can migrate, modernize and optimize critical workloads on hybrid and multicloud environments. The services are aligned with the cloud adoption frameworks of Kyndryl’s strategic hyperscaler partners, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft and Google Cloud.

Harish Grama is Kyndryl’s cloud global practice leader. He said companies have increased their use of cloud over the last few years. However, they’ve had barriers to adoption. Those include the complexities of hybrid, multicloud landscapes, and/or lack of skills and expertise to manage their IT estates.

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Kyndryl’s Harish Grama

“These new services are a direct outcome of Kyndryl’s ongoing journey to expand our innovation and offerings through strategic partnerships and new technology, which we have not been able to do before,” he said.

Kyndryl provides a framework of code assets, workflows, expertise and the end-to-end life cycle, from consulting through to management, with integrated services around automated backup, patching, KPI monitoring, security, alerting and incident management. Kydryl also provides skilled resources through cloud experts who can help customers fast-track their cloud adoption and achieve business outcomes.

Faster Route to Innovation

Kyndryl said its approach provides a faster route to innovation via enhanced developer productivity. It also provides a simplified procurement process, consistent delivery across clouds, more cost-effective cloud migration and modernization, and the integration of other technologies like artificial intelligence (AI).

In addition, the services offer more efficiency and agility with quicker cloud deployments, Kyndryl said. That reduces time for developer set-up, easier management and more resilient applications.

Kyndryl is focused on transforming customer cloud operations. It’s doing so by using infrastructure as a code (IaC) and policy as a code for secure-by-design delivery principles. That allows customers to take an automation-first approach, which accelerates cloud adoption and optimizes cloud spend.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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