In the recent event of Mergers & Acquisitions, US-based software conglomerate is all set to acquire Bengaluru-based Sanovi Technologies so as to take control over hybrid clouding for disaster recovery facilities in a massive scale. The amount has not been disclosed yet, as it makes an acquisition with all the employees and higher officials sustained.
The announcement for the procurement event held on October 27, 2016, carried off with a deal which would help IBM to enhance its elasticity capabilities. It would further support to meet the complexities of the hybrid environment through advanced analytics.The following deal would help IBM to boost its Software Defined Resiliency strategy, delivering Business Continuity, along with providing Disaster Recovery services for its clients who are in the middle of hybrid and digital cloud transformation.
— IBM (@IBM) October 28, 2016
Sanovi Technologies aims to provide hybrid cloud recovery, cloud migration as well as business continuity software for data centres in various enterprises as well as cloud infrastructure.The company has been nurturing business by various market players as well as Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs) from past 12 years subsequently providing IT recovery solutions and hybrid cloud migration.
— IBM (@IBM) October 27, 2016
IBM’s one of the segments keeps a keen focus on the development of standard resource output. It’s Application Defined Continuity (ADC) technology is used for workloads across physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures. But with the acquisition of Sanovi Technologies, it will raise its Disaster Recovery Management (DRM) capabilities. Further, it will also help in simplifying client’s workflows henceforth augmenting firm’s existing DRM solutions.
IBM will now take a keen interest on easing drilling testing time, cut operational costs, reduce recovery time, and help automate the disaster recovery process. The essential necessity to leverage hybrid cloud technology, effective networking, managing unfortunate situations not only boost a firm to stand firm in the competitive market but also reduce service disruption if something drastically goes erroneous.
According to Martin Jetter, Senior VP of IBM Global technology Services,Our clients are embracing a digitized world where applications need to be ‘always-on.As a cloud-native company, Sanovi will strengthen our resiliency portfolio to manage the broad range of applications, data, and IT systems of our clients balancing digital and hybrid cloud transformation with increased regulatory compliance. (as stated to ZDNet)
The acquisition is likely to be through by the end of 2016 thus offering Sanovi’s DRM technologies as a standalone product for the subscribers in an exclusive manner.