Cloud Reference Architecture
HCL ISD’s robust Private Cloud architecture takes multi-fold views into account to build up a Private Cloud while ensuring various aspects such as Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Infrastructure and Service Management are taken care of. Thus, the customers are assured of the true benefits of Cloud — without compromising on security, compliance and service-management aspects.
Private Cloud - Reference Architecture
HCL ISD’s Private Cloud architecture includes both virtualized and physical environments, which enable risk and compliance controls, ensures identity and access management, and implements encryption and data classification rules and policies.
Our Private Cloud architecture is capable of delivering services such as IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) to name a few. The architecture is scalable, flexible and ready to integrate with various external tools and data sources. In addition, it enables effective Cloud Service Management that provides visibility into virtual and physical infrastructure through integrated modules and real-time dashboard, which churn out pre-built and customized reports.
The leading Australian financial-services firm with operations across the globe —The U.S., the U.K and Asia Pacific, needed a service provider to study and recommend a Cloud Management solution based on its IT infrastructure requirements. The company appointed HCL ISD to provide Cloud Consulting & Assessment services for scalability and adherence to current ITIL-based processes as well as analysis of monitoring and management tools in adopting Cloud environment. Read more.
Video(s): HCL ISD-Nick Carr’s Videos on Cloud
Point of View: Why Building Private Clouds Make Sense
Whitepaper(s): CIO Dilemma
Analysts Report(s): CIO Newsletter