Mindtree achieves Google Cloud partner status

The Indian cloud migration and analytical specialist is now a recognised Google partner

Mindtree on a smartphone

Mindtree has announced it has achieved the Application Development Partner Specialisation in Google Cloud's Partner Advantage Programme. 

The 'specialisation' is an acknowledgement of the cloud firm's expertise and success in building apps and services using the Google Cloud Platform. 

Mindtree is an Indian-based tech with offices in Banglore and the US. The firm provides services for outsourcing, data analytics, e-commerce, mobile applications and cloud migrations. 

Google Cloud's Partner Advantage Programme is designed to provide its customers with access to qualified companies that have demonstrated technical expertise and is designed for firms that show particular success in specialised service areas. For Mindtree, that specialism is in driving digital transformations with cloud migrations and application adoption. 

"Mindtree is committed to helping enterprises grow and scale their business leveraging Google Cloud's world-class infrastructure and robust set of cloud solutions," said Radhakrishnan Rajagopalan, the global head of customer success, data and intelligence at Mindtree.

"This recognition instils further confidence in enterprises seeking to migrate their legacy applications and workloads onto Google Cloud that Mindtree can effectively help an organisation drive their cloud adoption initiatives forward."

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Through its collaboration with Google Cloud, Mindtree has boosted its status as cloud migration and digital transformation specialists. For Google, it is further evidence of its cloud strategy to priorities migration and analytical services as it looks to cement its place as the third-biggest cloud provider. 

While they cannot match the sheer breadth of services offered by AWS, other providers like Google and IBM have taken different approaches and sought to specialise in areas of cloud computing,

In 2020, Google Cloud acquired a number of analytical firms and also migration specialists, such as Cornerstone Technologies and Looker. In May 2020, Google also announced that Splunk services were available in beta, with a full rollout later in the year. That partnership was also aimed at providing fast and reliable analytical services to Google Cloud customers. 

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