BP has signed a $400m (£258m) five-year outsourcing services deal with HP Enterprise Services.
Under the agreement, HP will deliver global datacentre services that enable BP to standardise its hosting services.
"By establishing a standardised global operating model, BP will realise immediate cost reductions, improved consistency of service and be well positioned to utilise emerging technologies," said Dana Deasy, chief information officer, BP.
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The agreement will provide BP with the platform and option to deploy HP's enterprise private and public cloud-computing services, along with external cloud services from other providers.
HP will support BP with industry-standard services aligned with the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Version 3 service management framework.
Datacentre support services will be provided on-site and from HP Best Shore global delivery centres in India.
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