GxP refers to the collective set of globally accepted good practices with respect to quality. This includes good manufacturing practices (GMPs), good clinical practices (GCPs), good laboratory practices (GLPs), good pharmacovigilance practices (GPVPs), good engineering practices (GEPs) and other quality guidelines in regulated industries such as food, drugs, medical devices and cosmetics.
IBM Cloud adheres to these standards and has implemented control frameworks integral to clients deploying regulated GxP workloads. These include ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certifications, and functionality such as quality management systems.
IBM Cloud can deliver a secured, controlled global cloud using documented control of users, processes, data centers, suppliers, service management, change management, and incident response.
Read the white paper "Building GxP Regulated Systems on IBM Cloud" (PDF, 514 KB)