ServiceNow and Google Cloud to collaborate on technology integration

ServiceNow will add native support for Google Cloud to its IT Operations Management service
Reports confirm that ServiceNow, a US-based cloud computing company has formally announced the signing of a strategic partnership deal with Google Cloud which aims to extend the cloud presence of its Now Platform. The collaboration is one of several announcements the company recently made as it commenced its annual user conference in Las Vegas.
Sources familiar with the matter informed that for the GCP partnership, ServiceNow mentioned that it will further add native support for Google Cloud to its IT Operations Management service. In the meantime, real-time language translation of Google will appear in IT Service Management product of ServiceNow.
Seemingly, the ITOM integration of ServiceNow for Google Cloud Platform will serve new features in various stages. The initial stage primarily focuses on visibility and is presently available. The second stage focuses on self-service provisioning and deployment policy, including support for Google Deployment Manager and is anticipated to be introduced over the summer.
Furthermore, both companies aim to continue to improve these integrations as part of their companies' joint roadmaps and extend into the areas of governance, cloud cost reporting, and optimization.
ServiceNow has also announced substantial changes to its worldwide partner ecosystem strategy, including novel programs for global partner community of ServiceNow. Along with this, ServiceNow has signed a strategic deal with Deloitte in which Deloitte will act as the lead launch partner for Finance Operations Management product of ServiceNow.
ServiceNow's SVP of Channel Ecosystem and Global Alliances, David Parsons stated that ServiceNow aims to become a $10 billion company by creating vital opportunities for company's global partner ecosystem to grow, as ServiceNow helps to enable digital transformation for customers globally.
Parsons added that the changes announced recently by ServiceNow would create better differentiation of expertise for the customers and partners. The company is also looking to implement a more proactive, consistent, and expectable joint go-to-market engagement framework.
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