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CSC Snaps Up ServiceMesh, a Cloud Management Company
CSC Snaps Up ServiceMesh, a Cloud Management Company

By Nancy Owano
October 31, 2013 11:20AM

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The acquisition of ServiceMesh will give CSC added muscle as a company that can address the new normal in mixed cloud environments: the ability to best manage those cloud environments, and the ability to support customers with proper cloud governance.
 



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“Some are better for low latency applications. Some are better for storage. Some are cheaper and some are more expensive for reasons that have to do with their particular applicability to a specific class of applications,” he said. “In fact, it’s the nature of the application that matters more than anything else in selecting what cloud to run it on.”

Enterprise-scale businesses in financial services, healthcare and other industries have climbed on board as ServiceMesh customers. For example, Swisscom IT Services' Chief Executive Officer Andreas Koenig said that Swisscom is building its next-generation cloud offerings with the ServiceMesh Agility Platform. Commonwealth Bank of Australia's Chief Information Officer Michael Harte said that ServiceMesh Agility Platform is an element of its cloud operating model.

In the new deal, existing customers of ServiceMesh will leverage CSC’s global network of consultants, application developers, software engineers, and other IT professionals. ServiceMesh will have access to CSC's global sales, marketing, and development teams.

According to CSC, the company has 81,000 employees in over 70 countries, with offices on four continents, North America, Australia, Europe and Asia.

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