A statement from OVHcloud, a French company, said one of the goals of the agreement was to enable development of European data spaces so that public and private players can generate value from data.
In their individual capacities, both companies have collaborated with many global software vendors to propose end-to-end integrated sovereign solutions, leveraging the OVHcloud Open Trusted Cloud, SecNumCloud and health data hosting labels.
OVHcloud chief executive Michel Paulin said: "OVHcloud is proud to partner with Capgemini to provide public and private organisations with common and trusted cloud solutions that ensure data protection and privacy in compliance with GDPR.
Capgemini Group chief executive Aiman Ezzat said: "We are thrilled to expand our partnership with OVHcloud to empower organisations globally with secure cloud digital transformation.
"By combining Capgemini's expertise in cyber security and data sovereignty, with OVHcloud's vision for the future of cloud infrastructure, we can empower customers with the business speed and agility they need to achieve their cloud transformation goals."