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Singtel to help accelerate hybrid cloud adoption in APAC

Nurdianah Md Nur | Aug. 4, 2016
The telco’s new suite of solutions aim to help organisations overcome technical complexities and capability shortfalls when adopting hybrid cloud.

Singapore telco Singtel has rolled out a suite of solutions in an effort to help enterprises in Asia adopt hybrid cloud.

One of the solutions is the Data Centre and Cloud Connect Service (DC Connect), a software-defined network service which allows firms to easily access and move their data seamlessly between a hybrid of public and private clouds in more than 20 data centres using a single connection.

"After the initial euphoria to adopt cloud, many enterprises typically face challenges in rolling out hybrid cloud environments because of the technical complexities and capability shortfalls involved," said Bill Chang, Chief Executive Officer, Group Enterprise at Singtel. "This suite of services allows them to implement their cloud operations more easily."   

According to Singtel, the DC Connect service also provides low latency of less than one millisecond, and a secure web portal for companies to dynamically adjust their cloud network requirements and manage costs in a pay-as-you-use manner.

Besides that, Singtel is offering the Cloud Life Cycle Service (CLS) to enable firms to understand and chart a progression pathway between their present and future states of cloud maturity.

Singtel is also providing a platform called Liquid Sky to further accelerate hybrid cloud adoption. With this solution, organisations can automate and schedule provisioning, governance, spend management, configuration and catalogue development via pre-defined workflows. 

 

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