Infosys has launched a unified cloud management solution

Infosys launched a unified cloud management solutionInfosys has launched a new solution called Infosys Cloud Ecosystem Hub. This will assist companies in managing their cloud applications and infrastructure on one platform. Main idea behind bringing out this solution in to the market is to help companies in managing fragmented IT environment by providing a combined platform and flawless experience.

This cloud computing will help to store the data and also access software in pay-per-use model. This will in turn help companies in cutting their costs because they don’t have to invest too much of money on infrastructure.

It is expected that in future i.e. after 5 to 7 years, more than 60% of the work load (including public and private) will be on the cloud. Companies or businesses who use this solution can accelerate time-to-time market of cloud services up to 40%, improve productivity by 20% and also achieve cost savings up to 30%.

Not only businesses and companies, this will also help clients in selecting and deploying cloud services from all the providers. Decisions can be taken by evaluating over 20 parameters like quality of the service, compatibility of the technology, regulatory compliance needs and total cost of ownership of application workloads.

This cloud solution will bring cohesion in to an otherwise fragmented IT environment by providing a single window view of the ecosystem across private and public cloud with on-premise IT. It enables to monitor the cloud resource usage easily and effectively and also optimizes utilization.

Company has designed this solution to target both new and existing clients from different sectors like financial services, life sciences, retail, manufacturing, energy and utilities.

Infosys is working with more than 30 world’s leading providers of cloud infrastructure, applications and platforms like Amazon Web Services, CA Technologies, Dell, Hitachi Data Systems, HP,IBM, Microsoft and VMware among others.

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