The life sciences industry is an industry in transformation. Big data, mobility, advanced analytics, and more—with cloud computing amidst it all—are providing new opportunities for companies to innovate, accelerate research and development, and even cut costs. They’ll have to proceed, of course, with caution, considering the highly-regulated environment in which life sciences companies operate. So what’s the best course, and what should the life sciences data center of the future look like?
Most financial services firms developing their cloud computing strategies and implementations are currently focused on infrastructure, and for now that’s to be expected. But what comes next? Once you’ve built your foundation (and a wise choice would be to build it on OpenStack), it’s going to be time to start thinking about capacity-, storage- and network-on-demand services; application development; and applications capable of increasing agility and business responsiveness. These next steps are essential to the reason your organization decided to build a cloud in the first place. It’s also where technologies like Business Process Management (BPM) come into play.
In this new blog from Red Hat, we will be covering relevant topics, news, industry events, webinars and articles of interest spanning three of our most important commercial segment verticals: financial services, telecommunications and healthcare. We’ll report on the pressing challenges these industries face and provide insights on how they can mitigate those challenges. Our cast of Red Hat executives and bloggers will post regularly, informing you about Red Hat’s participation in upcoming events, posting related documents, and referencing research including videos, customer stories and articles of interest.