Alibaba Cloud’s new initiatives will focus on working closely with businesses and partners to facilitate easier access to new innovations and further growing the developer community through continuous training and learning opportunities.
“Today we are in a very early stage of digitalization,” said Dr. Wang Jian, member of Chinese Engineering Academy and founder of Alibaba Cloud. “In the next five to ten years, the economy is going to be driven and measured by computing consumption. The cloud is becoming a methodology not just for cloud computing, but a methodology for most people doing their work.”
The new initiatives include Alibaba Cloud Product Innovation Center and Overseas Partner Management Center based in Singapore. It aims to accelerate the development of more market-specific Alibaba Cloud products and oversee the management of product upgrades based on ongoing global customer demands. The Overseas Partner Management Center, meanwhile, will help in deepening technology and domain expertise sharing among local collaborators to better serve local customers.
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“With the centers, we will strengthen the platform for enabling our global customers to boost their innovation capabilities and grow their business, while delivering their sustainability goals,” said Selina Yuan, vice president of Alibaba Group and president of Alibaba Cloud Intelligence International Business Unit.
Alibaba Cloud has created a new hub to support its continuous growth, at the same time advance digital economy across markets.
Alibaba Cloud’s Apsara Developer Community will provide global developers with a more diverse range of tools and resources on technology trends from Web3, and artificial intelligence (AI) to digital intelligence. The hub will also enable developers access to the latest projects, training materials and tutorials, forums and blogs, community events and competitions, and other upskilling and networking opportunities.
Still in line with equipping developers with innovative technologies, Alibaba Cloud has introduced a new solution that leverages the company’s Enterprise Mobile Application Studio (EMAS) to help developers build superapps, apps that include a range of independently developed miniapps to meet different user requirements, cost-effectively and efficiently.