Won Seong-shik, CEO of IBM Korea, “Introducing a hybrid cloud customized digital platform”

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IBM Korea introduced the ‘Enterprise Digital Platform’ that integrates cloud operations for enterprises in the hybrid cloud era.

In an online meeting on the 7th, IBM Korea CEO Won Seong-sik said, “According to the IBM Institute for Business Value research, 80% of global companies are already using two or more different clouds, and the business transition to the cloud in Korea is in full swing recently.” “Hybrid Multi-Cloud We have prepared an enterprise digital platform focusing on the key functions that an enterprise enterprise must possess to implement strategies and solutions.”

Through its enterprise digital platform, IBM Korea supports domestic companies in various industries to use hybrid cloud to expand enterprise-wide and create business value.

The IBM Enterprise Digital Platform consists of four platforms: △Applications △Data/Artificial Intelligence (AI) △Integrated Cloud Management △Security.

CEO Won said, “We provide integrated management, monitoring, and policy application functions based on understanding and visibility into traditional information technology (IT) environments such as corporate cloud and on-premises. It supports openness, intelligence and automation in cloud-based IT environments such as automation.”

IBM Korea shared examples of domestic companies that promoted solid IT modernization based on an enterprise digital platform.

Afreeca TV introduced ‘IBM Elastic Storage System (IBM ESS) 3000’ flash storage and disk-based storage ‘GL5S Storage Appliance’ to strengthen its live broadcasting and VOD service capabilities. The management point was simplified by changing the system used as distributed storage to a single global namespace-based management system. The combination of the latest storage and high-performance parallel file system reduces the risk of service delay even when user access increases.

As the number of local governments using local currency services has increased recently, the Korea Mint has converted the cloud data center that was being operated on a consignment basis to the IBM blockchain platform. The IBM blockchain platform built by IBM Korea along with Yeonmoo Technology provides a stable cloud environment based on Red Hat OpenShift and Linux One to easily build networks. The Korea Mint has improved performance by about 4 to 5 times compared to the existing system and has been able to respond to failures more quickly.

CEO Won said, “In order for a company to expand to an enterprise-level hybrid cloud beyond cloud adoption, it is important to solve the various challenges faced by each infrastructure. , will be a partner that supports enterprise customers’ successful cloud transition journey from end-to-end.”

Won was recently appointed as the new CEO.

CEO Won said, “Based on our hybrid cloud strategy/solution and consulting/service capabilities, we expect to have expanded market opportunities compared to the past. said.

By Kim Ji-seon, reporter [email protected]


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