Netcracker and Google Cloud to help telcos modernize business and operational systems
Mar 5, 2020
WALTHAM, MA – March 5, 2020 – Netcracker Technology announced today the deployment of its entire Digital BSS/OSS and Orchestration stack on Google Cloud. Telecommunications companies can now scale and purchase their mission-critical IT applications on demand, with access to Google Cloud resources, reducing the total cost of ownership and accelerating the availability of new services.
Netcracker will leverage Anthos, Google Cloud’s open application platform that helps telecommunications customers deploy, manage, and optimize their applications, whether they are on-premise or in the cloud, to deliver its suite of products across multiple private and public clouds, on-premise environments, and at the network edge.
“Netcracker is delighted to offer service providers a choice of cloud platforms with the availability of our digital portfolio on Google Cloud,” said Bob Titus, CTO, Netcracker. “Together with Google Cloud, we are helping our customers on the next phase of their digital transformation with a clear focus on service innovation and a superior customer experience.”
“Communications providers are looking to the cloud to optimize and modernize their digital core systems and business processes,” said Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Ecosystem at Google Cloud. “We’re excited to partner with Netcracker to make its market-leading OSS/BSS stack available on Google Cloud and ultimately to help communications companies leverage the scalability, reliability, and technical capabilities of Google Cloud.”
By deploying Netcracker’s Digital OSS/BSS solutions on Google Cloud, communications providers can run their mission-critical business and IT infrastructure in a highly-secure, highly-available cloud environment, with full compliance to security and privacy requirements and continuous security updates.
Netcracker’s market-leading Digital BSS/OSS and Orchestration applications are fully cloud native, deployed as a set of reusable microservices that run on top of container platforms such as Google Kubernetes Engine and have been fully pre-integrated, rigorously tested and now, commercially deployed on Google Cloud. The two companies have deep expertise in Agile/DevOps processes, helping service providers to radically reduce the time it takes to create, deploy and upgrade new features, leading to faster service innovation.
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