ST Engineering, Nutanix to enhance hybrid cloud competency in Singapore
They will develop a solution and a curriculum to train the country’s workforce.
ST Engineering entered a two-year memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Nutanix, a cloud software company to boost the hybrid cloud solutions and cloud competency of Singapore’s labour market.
Under the MOU, ST Engineering and Nutanix aim to deliver a hybrid cloud solution suitable to the “unique operational demands of organisations and businesses.”
They aim to integrate the benefits of public and private clouds, enable data storage, multicloud management, critical applications hosting and disaster recovery capabilities whilst ensuring security.
The parties will also craft and deliver a training curriculum in hybrid cloud technology focusing on educational institutes to develop the expertise of students in cloud-centric environments.
This is in line with the government-wide efforts to develop deep tech skills for high-demand areas such as cloud computing, they said.
“This partnership marks a significant stride in ST Engineering’s hybrid cloud innovation, offering solutions defined by agility, scalability and security to businesses and organizations,” Rajagopal, senior vice president & general manager, Mission Software & Services, ST Engineering, said.
“Our focus to nurture a skilled and adaptable digital workforce aligns with ST Engineering’s overarching mission - not only to expertly train but also actively recruit a cadre of digital professionals ready to navigate and shape the constantly evolving technology landscape,” Rajagopal added.