The @SunGardAS team had a jam-packed schedule and exciting time at Cloud Connect Santa Clara last week! In case you missed the conference, here are some highlights from the conference and show floor. Cloud Connect was an especially exciting week for SunGard as we announced our partnership with Amazon Web Services to deliver highly available […]
Recently, Indu Kodukula, SunGard EVP and CTO, was interviewed by Smart Business Philadelphia. Here are a few of his remarks. – CM The #1 reason companies want to use the cloud for their applications is to align their spending with business value. Companies don’t know up-front what business return they would receive from a capital […]
In Part I, we recapped four of seven roles cloud computing plays today or will play in the near future, as discussed by Indu Kodukula, CTO of SunGard Availability Services. Here we complete the discussion with the final three roles Kodukula foresees.
With 30 year of experience and 10,000 disaster recovery and managed services clients, SunGard has a unique perspective on the cloud computing services mid-sized companies need today and in the coming years. SunGard CTO Indu Kodukola discusses those needs in this two part article.
What happens when the cloud experiences an outage? Fortunately, companies can look to managed multisite availability to. . .
SunGard Availability Services announces the availability of cloud-based SAP Services, designed to meet the availability, security, operations, and capacity needs of SAP ERP environments. The new service leverages the best in class VblockTM cloud platform to provide a production ready cloud infrastructure for SAP ERP and NetWeaver applications, whether a single new development environment or full [...]
Corporate data centers are changing because of cloud computing. But will cloud computing take over or will it be one more tool for IT departments to use to meet company goals? David Ayers explores the shift in IT.
Should you negotiate your Service Level Agreement (SLA)? Pushing a cloud computing vendor to add more services may adds more risk than your realize. Here are questions to ask.