Inspira Partners with Alibaba Cloud to provide Cloud Products and Solutions in India

By CIOReview Team

Inspira Enterprise India Pvt. Ltd. (“Inspira”) - leading IT Solutions Provider in India, today announced it has been selected as a marketplace partner of Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group.Inspira will resell Alibaba Cloud’s Services in India, extending Alibaba Cloud’s reach to major cities and industrial belts in the country.

This partnership provides sophisticated cloud-based solutions to accelerate the growth of businesses in India. As per IDC Future Scape: Worldwide Cloud 2016 Predictions, spending on public cloud is expected to reach over $112 billion in 2019, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.3% — about six times the rate of overall IT market growth. In 2019, public IT cloud services are expected to drive nearly 20% of the $675 billion aggregate spending in applications, development and deployment tools, whereas spending on infrastructure software, storage and servers, will account for 59%.

There is a shift from traditional IT services to cloud-based services. Cloud services are growing due to organizations pursuing a digital business strategy. The enterprises are moving their infrastructure needs away from data center build-outs to the public cloud.

Inspira will provide Alibaba Cloud’s comprehensive suite of global cloud computing services to help power and grow enterprises, including Alibaba Cloud’s global footprint of internet data centers low latency, massive data crunching and processing capability and anti-DDoS technology to safeguards web applications. You can deploy globally on Alibaba Cloud’s data center network of 14 locations through a single global account.

“Inspira is very excited to be partnering with Alibaba Cloud as the company has a solid track record of implementing Cloud solutions that specifically address customers’ requirements and business concerns. I am confident that our joint partnership will strongly support the growing demand for cloud computing in India.” said Manoj Kanodia, CEO, Inspira.

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