Lanka Bell and IBM team up to accelerate cloud in Sri Lanka

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Lanka Bell cloudIt just got easier for businesses, developers and government organizations in Sri Lanka to access all the benefits of cloud.

Telecommunications provider Lanka Bell and IBM announced a new agreement to offer public, private and hybrid IBM Cloud services in Sri Lanka, including workload migrations, disaster recovery and capacity expansion solutions. Services available will include infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), storage and virtual machines.

The offerings can be integrated using IBM Network Access Service solutions.

Lanka Bell hopes to “help enterprise customers in the country to embrace cloud offerings quickly and easily,” said Prasad Samarasinghe, the company’s managing director. Samarasinghe noted that the agreement extends a 20-year partnership between IBM and Lanka Bell.

Learn more about the Lanka Bell and IBM partnership in Lanka Business Online‘s full article.

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