Just a couple months have passed since I moved over to HPE from Deutsche Bank AG.
They talked about a global transition - Nucleus project, a 10 year deal where the bank contracted all / (most?) of the IT departments to HPE, say, Wintel, UNIX / Linux, Virtual Hosting Service (VMware), DB, Storage, DC Network, IT Facilities (Data centers). Also assets (e.g. servers) was transferred from the bank to HPE.
In turn, most of us were told to say goodbye to the bank and get employed at HPE but remain on our same job roles and responsibilities at the bank, (well if we weren't intending to be jobless in the near future).
Kinda a huge change for working for HPE instead of the bank. Previously I was employed by the bank directly, and now I'm employed under HPE and the bank is my client.
Wondering if I should look for greener pastures?