Unisys-Hosted Solution Offers Better Way to Create a Secure, Private Cloud
Unisys Hosted Secure Private Cloud Solution combines public and private cloud options.
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Unisys Corporation announced Unisys Hosted Secure Private Cloud Solution, the latest addition to the growing list of Unisys cloud solutions and services.
Managed in a Unisys client services center, the Hosted Secure Private Cloud Solution gives clients the primary benefit of a provider-hosted cloud -- access to IT resources to address dynamic changes in business requirements without purchasing additional infrastructure.
The solution also gives clients both control over which business assets are shared in the cloud and the ability to comply more easily with regulatory requirements.
The Unisys Hosted Secure Private Cloud solution dedicates a specific set of IT infrastructure resources -- computing, storage, network and, if required, middleware -- to each client. By making use of cloud automation, clients can add IT resources, such as virtual or physical hosts, for their private cloud within minutes.
Solution pricing is based on monthly fees and pay-as-you-go usage charges. Clients pay only for the services they use, when they use them, so they can avoid the expense of assets that might not be fully utilized in an internal private cloud.
Clients of the Hosted Secure Private Cloud Solution can use Unisys Stealth Solution to provide an extra level of security for business information. Using specialized technology, the Stealth Solution cloaks data from detection as it moves across the network.
Unisys manages the client's infrastructure in the Hosted Secure Private Cloud Solution through the Unisys Converged Remote Infrastructure Management Suite of solutions, which implements industry-standard IT Service Management (ITSM) best practices, based on the ITIL v.3 framework.
For more information, visit www.unisys.com.