IBM acquires Sanovi Technologies, boosting its hybrid cloud


American innovation and technology giant, IBM has obtained home-developed Sanovi Technologies to reinforce its cloud offerings for an undisclosed total. Bangalore based Sanovi gives hybrid cloud recuperation, cloud relocation and business congruity programming for big business data centers and cloud framework.

After the exchange is finished, which is expected to happen by the end of 2016, IBM plans to coordinate Sanovi’s abilities into its Global Technology Services unit. The company’s Application Defined Continuity (ADC) technology is used for workloads across physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures, and it is Sanovi’s Disaster Recovery Management (DRM) capabilities which are of particular interest to IBM and eventually leverage IBM Watson analytics to expand Sanovi’s DRM capabilities.

Martin Jetter, senior VP of IBM’s Global Technology Services in statement said that IBM’s clients are embracing a digitized world where applications need to be ‘always-on, As a cloud-local organization, Sanovi will reinforce their versatility, portfolio to deal with the expansive scope of applications, information, and IT frameworks of our customers adjusting computerized and half and half cloud change with expanded administrative consistence.

Chandra Sekhar Pulamarasetti, co-founder and CEO of Sanovi mentioned that IBM’s innovation initiative in hybrid cloud framework and versatility administrations settles on it an unmistakable decision to convey end-to-end administrations to our clients and transformational esteem to IBM’s current user base.

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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk