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.
Organizations moving essential business applications to the cloud are often concerned that they will gain cost-efficiency and on-demand capacity but loss application availability. Given the importance of production applications to the continuity of your businesses, those concerns are legitimate. Fortunately, new capabilities being added to our Enterprise Cloud Services address those concerns. Today, [...]
When you support large financial companies, your data center gets audited. Period. It used to be that clients demanded the audit themselves. Now, with the passage of Sarbanes Oxley in 2002, the U.S. government requires audits on a regular basis. Every 3-party IT vendor for a financial company undergoes the same audit that the client […]
Hybrid clouds are becoming more popular as companies seek to optimize their applications and data based on risk, architecture and business growth. As a result, hybrid clouds are taking several different forms. The Cloud as Partner The most common hybrid cloud scenario is one in which a set of applications resides in the cloud with […]
ZL Technologies Transforms Business Model with SunGard Cloud For the last 12 years, ZL Technologies, Inc. (ZL) has provided large-scale record-management services to top global institutions in the finance industry. They are specialists in records management, archiving and e-discovery solutions. ZL’s business has a number of unique characteristics. For example, firms frequently need to search [...]
In cloud computing, true protection is an outcome of the right architecture for the right application. Organizations need to fully understand their individual application requirements and, if using a cloud platform, the corresponding cloud architecture.