Ooredoo collaborates with Qatar Airways & Nutanix

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Ooredoo, Qatar’s leading telecommunications company, has entered into a strategic partnership with Qatar Airways and Nutanix, a leader in hybrid multi-cloud computing.

As Qatar Airways’ chosen partner, Ooredoo will develop a cutting-edge hybrid multi-cloud environment, paving the way for next-generation applications that will bolster the airline’s customer experience and business performance.

This partnership with Nutanix will leverage the Nutanix Cloud Platform, which provides a consistent cloud operating model with a single platform for running applications and managing data across data centers, edges, and public clouds. It allows businesses to break down silos and simplify operations across various environments, ensuring greater efficiency.

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Thani Ali Al Malki
Chief Business Officer Ooredoo

“This collaboration with Qatar Airways and Nutanix is a testament to our unwavering commitment to driving technological innovation in our nation. By joining forces with leading technology partners, we are setting new standards for digital transformation across industries. Our goal is to empower clients with Hybrid Cloud solutions that blend technological advances with business insights to create strategies that resonate with their broader business objectives.”

Qatar Airways will benefit from the scalability offered by Nutanix Cloud Platform, enabling the airline to adjust its resources in real-time and on demand. This capability helps ensure optimal performance during peak operational periods and cost savings during slower times, highlighting the agility and responsiveness of the Hybrid Cloud model, facilitated by Ooredoo’s infrastructure.

This partnership cements Ooredoo’s position as the premier provider of cutting-edge Hybrid Multi-Cloud frameworks and highlights its role in empowering businesses to embark on a journey of digital innovation that aligns with their strategic objectives.

“Via this partnership with Nutanix and Ooredoo, we will leverage the benefits of Nutanix’s Software Defined Infrastructure that includes freedom of choice of hardware, storage data locality, data sovereignty, independence in scaling out compute and storage nodes based on business system needs, end point micro-segmentation for enhanced security, real-time monitoring of services and rich dashboards for analytics and reporting,” commented A.T. Srinivasan, Group Chief Information Officer at Qatar Airways.

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