Jaleel Holdings and BIOS partner for managed cloud services
The locally-based servers of CloudHPT enables BIOS to provide around-the-clock monitoring for Jaleel Holdings
Jaleel Holdings has entered into an agreement with BIOS for managed cloud services as part of its growth strategy.
Jaleel Holdings relies on full-time infrastructure and application availability, plus as operations run 24/7, preventing downtime and data loss is critical as it could result in financial loss. Under the agreement BIOS will provide locally-based servers of CloudHPT resulting in continuous monitoring, analysis, service management and availability of hosted applications.
Furthermore, the total availability protection suite service (TAPS) by BIOS provides production hosting in Dubai with disaster recovery services to Abu Dhabi while protecting the business continuity of the holding.
Part of the agreement also includes the hosting of SAP HANA, Nav, iRetail, and other critical business applications. Plus the database as a service (DBaaS) provides BIOS with the required technical resources to support various types of databases and provide fully managed infrastructure and application layer services.
Venu Gomathy, head of IT at Jaleel Holdings, said: "Many organisations are holding back on cloud computing citing security reasons, higher operational cost and local regulatory requirements. But cloud has emerged to solve these challenges, offering companies a more agile infrastructure that enables them to address ever-evolving regulatory requirements, while addressing sophisticated threats with specialised security expertise relentlessly tracking on the threat groups around the world.
"With a strong team of BIOS, I'm sure my team can now focus on innovative ways to reach and work closely with our customers, onboard them across multiple channels, understand & help them - all in a more secure way."