NNIT develops the first GxP Cloud powered by HP CloudSystem

It's exciting to see customers moving from a virtualized environment towards a hybrid cloud environment.  With HP CloudSystem customers are creating test and development environments, building and managing core applications in the cloud, providing cloud services to others, and creating new lines of business. 

 

NNIT, a subsidiary of the healthcare supplier Novo Nordisk, a Danish IT service provider has approximately 1,500 employees in five countries.  They were looking to move to a cloud environment to lower operating costs, automate processes and create new value-added services.

 

Read this case study to find out how NNIT was able to build a community of its life science customers in the cloud by developing the GxP cloud, “the first cloud solution dedicated to the life sciences,” designed to meet the stringent standards of the pharmaceutical industry; the European Medicines Agency and its US-equivalent, the Food and Drug Administration. This enabled NNIT to supply cheaper, standardized services via the cloud, making the customers more agile and faster to market. Independent Software Vendors will be allowed to use  the secure GxP platform to create tailored applications for NNIT customers, all powered by HP CloudSystem.

 

And if you're at VMWorld -- don't forget to visit the HP Converged Cloud Workshop 

When:  Tuesday, Aug 28th, 3-5pm. 

Please RSVP by emailing Chris.Purcell@hp.com

 

 -cynthia

 

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