With this project’s implementation, the Indian Public Sector, including Central and State Government Agencies at the central and state level and public sector undertakings like power and financial services, transportation, and oil & gas, will be deployed on Google Cloud.
With this project, Google is planning for public sector growth in India.
As per top official sources, Google Cloud has achieved a full cloud service provider tag after a successful Standardisation Testing and Qualification Certification (STQC) audit from the Ministry of Electronics and IT(MeitY).
Bikram Singh Bedi, Managing Director, India Region, in a blog post, said, “it gives me great pleasure to announce our achieving a full Cloud Service Provider (CSP) empanelment, successfully completing the STQC (Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification) audit from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, the empanelment will enable the public sector to deploy on Google Cloud.”
“The Next step of commitment to customers sees us working to deliver on the needs of public sector organizations,” Bedi wrote in his blogpost named, ‘solving for the Indian Public Sector.’
It is built, designed, and operated with security at its core; it strives to help firms digitally transform to give better customer service and employee empowerment.
As per Bedi, It continues to improve infrastructure and expand the reach into regulated industries. India’s public sector can now use the cloud’s power to improve digital services and drive India’s innovation.
In the blogpost, Bedi explained the plan of launching the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) region in Delhi in the current year, Google Cloud’s second cloud region in India, after technical infrastructure was established in Mumbai, Maharashtra in 2017.
The Big Indian firms like Wipro, Sharechat, TVS Automobile Solutions, ICICI Prudential, Nobroker.com, Cleartrip are already using Google Cloud for their organizations.