Over 40 percent Indian firms may shift to 'Cloud'
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Over 40 percent Indian firms may shift to 'Cloud'

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 27 August 2009, 12:46 Hrs   |    5 Comments
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Bangalore: Around 40 percent of Indian enterprises are considering the adoption of cloud services to save costs and compete in the challenging market environment reveals, an IDC report. Currently only five percent of the Indian enterprises have adopted cloud technology. "The main reason in India that is driving the interest towards cloud technologies, is its cost-cutting potential," says Surajit Sen, Director Channels, Marketing and Alliances at NetApp India, a storage and data management solutions provider.

Looking at the growing demand for cloud computing, NetApp has unveiled certain enhancements to its storage line. The company is particularly bullish on the Indian market, which is showing more interest to adopt cloud technologies.

"As the technologies supporting cloud computing have improved, the adoption is also set to grow now," said Alok Bardiya, Vice President, Managed Services and Marketing at Tata Communications, which is a cloud computing service provider in India. NetApp is the technology partner for Tata Communications, which has over a million square feet of datacenters around the globe including six datacenters in India.

NetApp unveiled the latest version of its Data ONTAP cloud platform called Data ONTAP 8. According to Sen, the Data ONTAP 8 is a combination of the earlier platforms Data ONTAP 7G and Data ONTAP GX. With this product offering, the company aims to increase the demand for cloud technologies in markets like India.

The Data ONTAP 8 comes with enhancements such as a new technology for seamlessly moving complete data volumes across multiple storage systems called Data Motion. Other enhancements include a new version of its add-on modules for increasing storage performance, an improved end to end multi-tenancy for better security and a new high-density capacity expansion device for its storage appliances.

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Reader's comments(5)
1: Cloud computing India?. Check this company www.datasisar.com
Posted by:Golden Blue - 28 Aug, 2009
2:
I've worked on Cloud computing based web applications in Bangalore and such an environment provides high scalability. Its more like utility computing, pay-as-you-use.
Shiva Modi Replied to: Golden Blue - 28 Aug, 2009
3: With the number of benefits offered by cloud computing, it is truly a good cost cutting measure..
Posted by:Fredie - 27 Aug, 2009
4:
True. The efficiency it offers is irresistible.
Shiva Modi Replied to: Fredie - 30 Aug, 2009
5:
Cloud computing India?. Check this company www.datasisar.com
Golden Blue Replied to: Fredie - 28 Aug, 2009