Microsoft and HPE opens new joint innovation center in Seattle

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Last year, Microsoft and HPE announced that they would collaborate in hybrid cloud computing through Microsoft Azure, HPE infrastructure and services and new program offerings. At Discover London 2016 today, Microsoft and HPE offered an update on their collaboration. Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President of Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft, appeared in the keynote with Antonio Neri, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise Group at HPE. They discussed their view on the hybrid reality enterprises face as they transform their IT to cloud computing, as well as the great solutions they have around Azure as the hybrid cloud platform. They also shared their plans to offer a proof-of-concept workshop to help companies set up an Azure Stack solution. They revealed our two companies have created a joint

Also, HPE and Microsoft have created a joint innovation center where organizations can meet with HPE and Microsoft experts and learn about the HPE | Azure Stack solution. The first innovation center is located in Seattle and they are planning to open the second innovation center in Europe.

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More about the topics: azure, cloud, enterprise, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HPE, Hybrid Cloud, Innovation Center, microsoft, Seattle