IBM has partnered with Atos the closest thing it has to an uniform in Europe to help boost the digital transformation and cloud migration initiatives for banks and insurance companies in a project named Atos Cloud Centre of Excellence.
Finance is one of the most regulated industries and accordingly one of the most averse to move to the cloud. The centers goal is to increase security and regulatory yielding for financial labors companies about the globe that wish to move their workloads to the cloud.
Atos and IBM said the center will prepare technology and financial labors expertise for clients backed by dedicated Atos professionals who are trained on IBM Cloud for Financial Services IBM Cloud Paks and Red Hat OpenShift.
Atos is taking the leading by offering migration and modernization of customers mission-critical workloads to the IBM Cloud for Financial Services using the platforms built-in security and yielding protocols which are designed to help clients address yielding risk and deal with regulatory barriers to their digital transformation efforts.
The IBM Cloud for Financial Services features security capabilities including special computing technology and Keep Your Own Key encryption designed to help financial institutions keep control of their data. At the core of the labor is IBM Cloud Framework for Financial Services which prepares a set of preconfigured security and yielding controls built specifically for and with the financial labors activity.
Also part of the center is Atos OneCloud a set of 10 offerings to help clients hasten migration to the cloud. Launched last November OneCloud features consulting labors multi-cloud orchestration athwart special and open clouds application outgrowth cloud artificial intelligence and machine learning and edge solutions.
’The new Atos Cloud Centre of Excellence will combine IBMs mixed cloud and AI solutions with Atos activity experts trained and certified for those solutions as well as automation capabilities to hasten alteration throughout the activity without sacrificing security’ said Howard Boville head of the IBM Cloud platform in a statement.
This isnt the leading time the two giants have teamed. In January they announced a collaboration effort on AI to optimize manufacturing and logistics companies operations and in July the two joined forces to build a secure digital infrastructure for the Dutch Ministry of Defense.