12-10-2012, 20:18 #1
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- Sep 2010
Fujitsu traz serviços em cloud para o Brasil
A Fujitsu, fornecedora de produtos e soluções de TI, anuncia lançamento de serviços Fujitsu Cloud no mercado brasileiro. Segundo a empresa, trata-se de um ambiente de TI on-demand, configurável com serviços associados que permitem a implementação mais rápida de ambientes de TI ágeis e de baixo custo.
Com os serviços na nuvem, a companhia passará a oferecer infraestrutura de TI virtualizada empacotada, como servidores e funcionalidades de armazenamento, aplicativos e serviços de habilitação e gerenciamento. A fornecedora informa que esses recursos podem ser usados sob demanda de acordo com as necessidades dos clientes, garantindo confiabilidade para suportar a implementação de missão crítica das empresas.
A oferta reúne três tipos de serviço. Um deles é Infraestrutura como serviço (IaaS), que provê computação sob demanda (compartilhada ou dedicada), storage e rede. O outro é Gerenciamento como serviço (ITMaaS), para monitorar aplicativos. E o Global Enterprise Management Services for SAP, que oferece um modelo industrializado global para a entrega de serviços de infraestrutura e suporte para soluções SAP hospedadas em data centers Fujitsu.
“Flexibilidade é a palavra-chave para empresas que adotam cloud computing. O grande diferencial é promover alternativas mais flexíveis às empresas para o software tradicional de gerenciamento de TI e mover ferramentas de gereciamento de TI à medida que as cargas de trabalho deslocam-se para a nuvem”, diz Nilton Cruz, diretor da Fujitsu do Brasil.
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12-10-2012, 20:53 #2
A Fujitsu está usando a tecnologia Azure da Microsoft para prestar serviços cloud no Japão. Dito de outra forma, os consumidores japoneses tem um PoP local do Microsoft Azure operado e comercializado pela Fujitsu. Vamos ver como será aqui no Brasil.
12-10-2012, 21:13 #3
Fujitsu announces the launch of Cloud services in Brazil
Brazilian customers will get the benefits of cost-effective and high-performance cloud based services with Fujitsu’s globally standardized & proven technology.
Sao Paulo, October 4, 2012 — Fujitsu, a leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, announced today that it will launch Fujitsu Cloud services in the Brazilian market.
Fujitsu Cloud is a fully configurable on-demand IT environment with associated servicesthat allows organizations to rapidly implement agile, low cost IT environments.
Fujitsu have one of the broadest IT product and service portfolios and Fujitsu Cloud builds on these to offer clients bundled virtualized IT infrastructure, such as servers and storage functionalities, a range of software applications delivered as-a-Service and enablement and management services. These resources can be used on demand according to customers’ needs, ensuring a high level of reliability to support the deployment of companies’ mission critical.
Three of the initial services that will be brought to market in Brazil are:
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
IaaS is an IT environment that provides customers with easy access to on-demand compute (shared or dedicated), storage and network services. Fujitsu offers a choice of platform to consume IaaS from: private and local cloud services that are located in Brazil, plus the Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform, a trusted public cloud service — delivered via Fujitsu' s global network of data centers. Together these IaaS solutions enable customers to source configurable and virtual system services on-demand, tailored made to their specific needs.
IT Management as a Service (ITMaaS)
ITMaaS provides IT organizations with innovative IT infrastructure and application monitoring and service desk solutions on an as-a-Service basis. ITMaaS is based on the Nimsoft applications from CA Technologies, hosted on Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform. Efficient and cost-effective, ITMaaS allows quick implementation of functionally rich, easy-to-implement ITMaaS capabilities that can be universally applied to their private, public and hybrid cloud environments- as well as to their conventional IT infrastructure.
"Flexibility is the key word to enterprises that adopts cloud computing. The great difference of "IT Management as a Service" is to promote organizations more flexible alternatives to traditional IT management software, and move its IT management tools as the workloads move into the cloud. Besides prevents organizations from additional upgrade and maintenance headaches", said Nilton Cruz, Fujitsu do Brasil Director.
Global Enterprise Management Services for SAP
Global Enterprise Management Services for SAP provides a global industrialized model for delivering support and infrastructure services for SAP solutions hosted within Fujitsu data centers. Global Enterprise Management Services for SAP integrates four core Fujitsu capabilities: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Global Delivery Centers, SAP solution-focused service centers and the Fujitsu Global Network. Together these capabilities, and the strong relationship with SAP AG, provide the services clients need on a global basis to boost productivity and improve return of their investment in SAP.
"Through its partnerships with other leading IT companies, Fujitsu endeavors to provide the best solutions in its category and expedite the time of deployment, with a clear vision of cloud computing and a realistic roadmap", says Fujitsu’s CEO for Brazil, Kazushige Nishiguchi.
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Over 170,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.5 trillion yen (US$54 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2012. For more information, please see http://www.fujitsu.com.
12-10-2012, 21:44 #4
Fujitsu and Microsoft Expand Partnership to Provide Global Cloud Computing
Microsoft announces Windows Azure platform will run in Fujitsu's datacenters; Fujitsu to offer new cloud services based on Windows Azure.
TOKYO and REDMOND, Wash., July 12, 2010 — Fujitsu Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. today announced a new worldwide cloud computing partnership that enables Fujitsu to deploy the Windows Azure platform appliance in Fujitsu datacenters. Fujitsu will deliver a comprehensive set of new cloud services and solutions, including system integration, cloud migration and managed services, to customers and independent software vendors (ISVs). Fujitsu will also run its own applications on the Windows Azure platform appliance. The new Fujitsu cloud services and solutions based on the Windows Azure platform will be available first in Fujitsu's datacenters in Japan, starting at the Fujitsu Tatebayashi System Center by the end of 2010, to be followed by other locations around the world. In addition to the appliance, Fujitsu will be providing services on the Windows Azure platform to customers on a global basis.
Microsoft is investing deeply to enable the transformation of cloud computing, while the Windows Azure platform appliance will add to Fujitsu's cloud portfolio by supporting three modes of cloud consumption identified by Fujitsu — infrastructure as a service, applications as a service and activity as a service. Activity as a service allows customers to subscribe to business services, specified in business rather than technology terms, and it represents a significant shift in the way the IT industry creates value, with the emergence of new business models to create new services. As a result of the expanded partnership between Fujitsu and Microsoft, customers will be able to easily address new business scenarios that require rapid scaling of applications and obtain services that are predictable and immediately consumable.
"Fujitsu has a vision of a prosperous, human-centric, intelligent, networked society, and this strategic global partnership with Microsoft is a major step forward in being able to realize this," said Kazuo Ishida, corporate senior executive vice president, responsible for ICT Services Business, Fujitsu. "Through this alliance, we are providing our customers with a new array of possibilities in cloud computing. Our partnership with Microsoft truly reflects Fujitsu's cloud strategy and will no doubt break new ground in contributing to the creation of an IT-networked society."
Microsoft also announced today at its Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C., the limited production release of the Windows Azure platform appliance, a turnkey cloud platform for large service providers and enterprises to run their own datacenters. Customers and initial partners such as Fujitsu using the appliance in their datacenters will have the scale out application platform and datacenter efficiency of Windows Azure and SQL Azure offered by Microsoft today.
"We believe the introduction of the Windows Azure platform appliance marks an important industry milestone in the transformation to cloud computing," said Bob Muglia, president of Server and Tools Business at Microsoft. "By extending the power of our cloud platform to customer and service provider datacenters like Fujitsu, we are paving the way for more customers to fully realize the business benefits of the cloud."
In addition to deploying the Windows Azure platform appliance in Fujitsu's datacenters, the partnership also involves both companies, combining their strengths to develop a Fujitsu branded Windows Azure platform appliance, that customers will be able to purchase and deploy in their own datacenters, using Fujitsu's hardware technology.
Fujitsu will also train more than 5,000 consultants and developers to work with customers and ISVs to consult, develop and integrate new and existing applications on the Windows Azure platform. In addition, Fujitsu and Microsoft will develop sales and marketing activities to further promote the new cloud services.
With decades-long experience and a proven track record together, Fujitsu and Microsoft can provide the utmost support in enabling large- and medium-sized businesses to transition and migrate their largest and most complex environments to cloud services — with the added benefit of Fujitsu's telecommunications and networking expertise to ensure that disruption is minimized and the resulting solution is robust.Microsoft Azure Services Included in Fujitsu's Hybrid Cloud
By Jeffrey Schwartz 11/17/2011
Enterprises can connect apps running on-premises to those running on Microsoft's Windows Azure service with Fujitsu's newly released hybrid cloud offering.
Based on a combination of bundling, consulting services and software integration, Fujitsu Hybrid Cloud Services is aimed at enterprises that want to run a portion of their applications and data on Windows Azure and SQL Azure but need to run other apps in their own datacenters for a variety of reasons, including compliance and legacy software issues.
Through a partnership with Microsoft, Fujitsu will bundle Windows Azure and SQL Azure but also target Windows Azure-developed apps to run on Windows Server, hosted in a customer's datacenter or in facilities operated by Fujitsu throughout the world.
That will provide customers the option of running Azure-based apps in an alternate datacenter where Microsoft may not have a presence. The services will be available initially in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Spain and Canada, with other locations to follow, Fujitsu said.
"This will enable customers to have a good, solid model for integrating with their on-premises apps," said Jeff Stucker, Fujitsu's Microsoft alliance director. "Even if they are going to move a majority of their workloads into the cloud over time, they need something that's going to tie it all together while they are in that process. It's a real nuts and bolts type of solution."
Fujitsu is also working with a number of ISVs that may be looking to bring their apps to the Azure platform but that also have to meet compliance and localization issues, Stucker said. He declined to identify any of the ISVs but he did say that Fujitsu is also working to modernize its own legacy apps so they can run on the Azure platform.
"We have updated our legacy modernization software and our toolsets for taking mainframe applications and enabled deployment options, not only for our customers to move an [IBM] AS/400 app to .NET running on Windows Server -- which we have done for some government customers -- but you can take that and move it to Windows Azure, as well," Stucker said. "We are also enabling our business process management suite and some of our platform tools to run in a hybrid multiplatform environment."
The offering will support Microsoft's System Center management platform and Fujitsu has tools to provide Active Directory and Windows Live ID integration, Stucker said.
Because Fujitsu is bundling Microsoft's Azure service, Fujitsu will provide a single bill and field help-desk calls, regardless of the source of a problem. "That's going to make it a more simplified cloud experience," Stucker said. "It will eliminate finger-pointing between vendors in this multiplatform environment."
The offering complements Fujitsu's release earlier this year of its FGCP/A5, a huge appliance equipped to run the Windows Azure Platform. FGCP/A5 was launched in Japan. Fujitsu has disclosed that it plans to equip its datacenters in the United Kingdom and Australia with the appliance but has not said when it will be available. Stucker declined to identify other locations where Fujitsu plans to offer the appliance.
Microsoft Azure Services Included in Fujitsu's Hybrid Cloud -- Redmondmag.com