Injazat expands collaboration with Dell Technologies and VMware
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Injazat expands collaboration with Dell Technologies and VMware to enhance cloud offerings

Injazat expands collaboration with Dell Technologies and VMware to enhance cloud offerings

Injazat to build its hybrid multi-cloud 2.0 platform using Dell and VMware Cloud to support rising demand for cloud infrastructure and solutions

Divsha Bhat
Injazat Dell

Injazat has announced that it has extended its individual collaborations with both Dell Technologies and VMware to meet the growing demand for robust and flexible consumption of as-a-service hybrid digital infrastructure offerings in the UAE and region.

As part of the extended collaboration, Injazat has been appointed as the first cloud service provider (CSP) of Dell Technologies’ APEX flex on demand (FoD) in region. Injazat will provide clients multiple payment choices as an APEX FoD cloud provider, giving organisations broader access to technologies throughout Dell Technologies’ infrastructure stack. In addition to special services like cyber recovery-as-a-service (CRSaaS), consulting-as-a-service, and centre of excellence (AI, ML, Big Data, etc.) as a service, this stack also comprises computation, storage, networking, virtualization, and data security.

Tailored to today’s fast-paced business environment, organisations can work with Injazat and Dell to plan, deploy and manage their entire IT footprint and choose how they consume and pay for IT solutions. Additionally, customers can scale IT as needed to launch new applications, start new projects and address the changing needs of their business.

Along with Dell and VMware, the company is also creating a hybrid multi-cloud 2.0 platform to streamline IT operations and administration and speed up business outcomes. Additionally, the partnership enables Injazat to improve its go-to-market plan for providing specialized and value-added multi-cloud services. Customers of Injazat, Dell, and VMware may benefit from the change to a flexible IT consumption model with more agility and choice as a result.

Ussama Dahabiyeh, CEO, Injazat said: “Flexibility to launch new projects, and address changing market demands remains central to achieving transformational business outcomes today. It requires decision makers to capitalize on scalable technology to meet their evolving business needs. Through APEX Flex on Demand, our customers will be able to acquire infrastructure and services, paying only for what they use. Our collaboration will play a vital role in supporting our customers to increase their local and global competitiveness and keep up with the fast pace of change. We are excited to continue our collaboration with Dell and believe our joint offering will transform how our customers will consume technology in the near future.

Mohammed Amin, senior vice-president – META, Dell Technologies said: “With the UAE’s focus on developing a digital economy, businesses need to be agile and resilient enough to compete in the digital world. As organizations in the region look to fast-track their digital transformation, flexibility and simplicity are key. Injazat and Dell’s offerings will allow companies to focus on their core business, reduce their time to market for launching new services to their customers, create more opportunities and remain competitive. Our collaboration with Injazat will provide world class digital offerings to customers.”

Ahmed Auda, vice president and GM, Middle East, Turkey and North Africa, VMware, said: “Organisations increasingly need to access cloud services to improve their agility and efficiency, and to enable them to launch new services from the cloud. Injazat, as a VMware Cloud Provider Program company, offers a range of cloud-based offerings to its customers, giving potentially thousands of organizations access to transformative cloud services with the power to improve the economy and society, in line with the UAE’s digitization strategy.”

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