Simplifies management of complex apps, lowers overall IT maintenance spend, says the company
Storage hardware offerings provider EMC has released OnDemand for EMC Captiva, EMC Document Sciences and EMC Documentum, which the company says is a hybrid cloud deployment model for enterprise-class applications, designed to help customers accelerate journey to the cloud.
The company said the new OnDemand offering developed using technologies from VMware, RSA and EMC will enable customers to save time and money, simplify their operations and transform their business by focusing on driving business value.
Customers can provision and configure the system for rapid deployment with the help of EMC OnDemand, said the company.
With OnDemand, customers can stay current on the latest software releases, simplify management of highly-complex applications and lower overall IT maintenance spend.
The initial offerings for OnDemand include EMC Captiva; EMC Document Sciences; and EMC Documentum.
EMC Captiva is an enterprise capture offering for reducing costs and improving paper-intensive processes through automatic classification, indexing, extraction and routing of business content.
EMC Document Sciences is an customer communications offering for automating the creation, production and multi-channel delivery of personalised information.
The Documentum clients includes Webtop, CenterStage, Mobile and the My Documentum for Desktop applications, along with Documentum admin and developer tools and core services, including Documentum Content Server, Retention Policy Services, xPlore, Content Transformation Services and Content Intelligent Services.
EMC Information Intelligence Group EMC OnDemand vice-president Paul O’Brien said taking the offerings like Captiva, Document Sciences and Documentum to the cloud is an exciting next step in information management.
"The initial interest and feedback from customers and partners has been overwhelming; the overall ease of on-boarding, combined with the time-to-market and continuous cost savings benefits simply jump off the page," said Paul O’Brien.