Cloud Integration & Orchestration
Service providers are looking to use cloud computing to differentiate themselves and offer new products, services assembled from cloud services and their core competency to their customers. They can also build and orchestrate a cloud ecosystem by executing on multiple parts of the value network.
As an example - a Service Provider uses the Cordys platform to integrate and orchestrate IaaS and SaaS together with their OSS and BSS to offer compelling new cloud services to their customers.
Increasingly, enterprises have a blend of cloud services and on-premise applications. This raises an interesting set of challenges about how enterprises integrate and orchestrate these disparate sources and not create a "mess of many" problem.
Another example is an energy company using Cordys to build an incident management system that combines Salesforce.com, SAP, big data from the "internet of things" and rich content from a document management system. This case management application is needed to integrate and orchestrate a number of cloud and on-premise services.
Cordys' Enterprise Cloud Platform combines rich integration and orchestration capabilities in one single platform that is deployable on-premise or as a Platform as a Service. With an extensive library of out of the box connectors, a cloud ready enterprise service bus and business process centric orchestration of cloud services, service providers can differentiate themselves with new integrated, orchestrated products and services whilst enterprises can operate their business with great agility and flexibility thanks to the cloud.