USA: ServiceNow, a California based cloud computing organisation has announced a strategic partnership with Google Cloud for the expansion of its Now Platform. The announcement came with the start of its annual conference in Las Vegas.
Through this partnership, ServiceNow plans to add native support for Google Cloud to its IT Operations Management service. This partnership would also ensure Google’s Google’s real-time language translation shows in ServiceNow’s IT Service Management product.
The integration of ServiceNow’s ITOM with Google Cloud Platform pl,ans to deliver new features in different phases. The primary phase would focus on more visibility. The second phase plans to focus on deployment policy and self-service positioning that would also include supporting Google Deployment Manager (GDM) and is expected to be launched during the summer time. Both Google Cloud and ServiceNow plan to enhance these integrations as a part of their joint roadmaps. They also wish to expand into areas like cloud of cost reporting, optimization and governance.
According to David Parsons, SVP, Global Alliances and Channel Ecosystem, ServiceNow, “ServiceNow believes it can become a $10 billion company, creating significant opportunity for our global partner ecosystem to grow with us as we help enable digital transformation for customers worldwide.”
Parsons also adds, “The changes announced today more intuitively segment our global partner portfolio, better differentiating levels of expertise for our partners and customers. We also are implementing a more consistent, proactive and predictable joint go‑to‑market engagement framework.”