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TIBCO to Deliver Enhanced Cloud Computing Services
Enhanced Services Aim to Reduce Cost and Complexity of Enterprise IT Deployment
By: Elizabeth White
Feb. 8, 2010 09:30 AM
TIBCO Software on Monday announced COLT, a leading European provider of data, voice and managed services, has selected TIBCO's cloud software to provide organizations throughout Europe with the ability to deploy and manage enterprise applications across physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures in real-time.
The enhanced Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offerings for cloud services, offered by COLT, will rapidly bring flexibility and scalability into the business, especially for organizations operating applications in high performance computing environments.
-- The Managed Grid (PaaS) will provide a flexible but dedicated infrastructure for customers to power applications running in high performance computing environments. -- Ideal for both transactional and high performance computing applications, enterprise IT organizations will be able to manage a wider selection of business applications -- and with greater efficiency -- with In-life Managed Applications (PaaS). In addition, customers will be able to set business metrics against their applications and, for those implementing dynamic infrastructure resourcing, the ability to scale the application to meet those metrics. -- Using a COLT private network connection, Grid Extension (IaaS) will securely expand existing infrastructures by allowing a large number of resources to be attached. For organizations operating in markets where high performance computing environments are common place, such as investment banking, insurance and oil and gas industries, this will enable greater agility and capacity management, while also facilitating a move to a more efficiency-based operating cost model.
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