US's HPE, Dewa's Moro collaborate for UAE's innovation roadmap
Millions of data points will be collected to recommend right workload placement strategy, and a phased plan to achieve it
New York Stock Exchange-listed (NYSE) information technology (IT) company Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with UAE-based digital service provider Moro, a fully-owned subsidiary of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), to collaborate on drawing up an innovation roadmap for the UAE’s government and enterprises to transition from traditional technology platforms to futuristic services.
Moro will work with HPE to launch cloud services for mission-critical applications and business continuity services for UAE customers that will be hosted on Moro’s data centre, and will join Cloud28+, HPE’s open community of cloud service providers, ISVs and systems integrators.
HPE and Moro will work together on a joint go-to-market approach, and a solution that will collect millions of data points from a customer’s IT landscape and enables HPE Pointnext experts to provide an objective, data-driven recommendation of the right workload placement strategy, as well as a phased plan to to achieve the strategy.
Commenting on the agreement, managing director and chief executive officer of Dewa, and chairman of Moro, HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, said: “We at Moro are making every effort to adopt cutting-edge solutions and technologies in order to realise and keep pace with the vision of our wise leadership and to provide easily accessible smart services.”