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Bull extends its Le cloud by Bull offering, to help organizations reap the full benefit of the Cloud
Bull becomes an official Numergy reseller and launches secure public Cloud services Bull, the leader in mission-critical digital systems, is boosting its Cloud strategy with offerings that combine all the various Cloud delivery mechanisms to make the Cloud a powerful driver for innovation and growth. To achieve this, Bull is helping organizations to define and implement the most appropriate Cloud strategies for their business.
Agarik, the Bull Group subsidiary specializing in critical Web infrastructure hosting and outsourcing, is taking over responsibility for the platform that provides directory services, authentication and access to Google Enterprise and Cordys services via the Cloud for Valeo’s 37,000 connected employees.
Rani Halimi, Cloud Architect, Bull Rani Halim joined Bull in May 2003 and has held a number of positions as Technical Expert, then Skills Center Manager and Solution Architect respectively. For two years, he was involved in defining the technical aspects of the Le cloud by Bull ™ offering, as Lead Cloud Computing Architect.
New public digital archiving service in secure SaaS mode offered to government bodies and local authorities. Bull has received approval from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, to offer a ‘third-party archiving service’ to preserve current and intermediate public archives on digital media.
by Samuel Gautier, Principal Consultant and Business Development Manager, Bull Advisory Services. Samuel joined Bull in July 2010 and holds a management role among the team of Principal Consultants. In this role he oversees consultancy assignments and is responsible for delivery in terms of methods, models and tools, as well as for the development of a number of offerings based around the eSCM repository.
Having already pioneered the use of the cloud for digital simulation, with extreme factory, Bull is now leading the way in cloud interoperability as part of competitiveness clusters that recently demonstrated the world’s first cloud ‘broker’ solution. More immediately operational, Bull has launched Le cloud by Bull™ and developed a progressive, structured and pragmatic practice designed to tackle cloud-specific technological, security and governance issues.
This autumn, drawing on its capacity for innovation and its expertise in computing power and security technologies, Bull is further strengthening its Extreme Computing, cloud computing and large-scale enterprise server offerings.
Companies to help large enterprises convert their heterogeneous IT infrastructures to private Clouds The alliance is based on several technology synergies including a distribution agreement covering CA Technologies Virtualization Management and Service Automation solution portfolio: CA Automation Suite for Data Centers, an integrated solution for automated data center management that supports a variety of computing environments, including Windows®, Linux®, AIX® and other types of UNIX.
Bull, leader in mission-critical digital systems, is today launching Le Cloud by Bull: the first structured approach to achieving a smooth transition to secure, made-to-measure enterprise cloud computing, and ensuring that the cloud is a positive driver for business performance. “The journey to the cloud is just starting,” explains Philippe Miltin, Executive Vice-President, Computing Solutions at Bull.
Philippe Miltin – Executive VP – Computing Solutions Nowadays, Cloud computing is often called as the ‘third wave’ of business computing, following the era of mainframes in the 1970s and distributed computing in the 1980s and 90s.