Minimize Hybrid Cloud Risk Through Automated Resiliency


Organizations are accelerating business innovation by modernizing technologies with proven processes that minimize risk. The need for business continuity and cloud adoption is vital now more than ever. Achieving resiliency across complex hybrid environments is made possible by utilizing software-defined automation technologies and managed services. Join this session to hear from Nissay Information Technology about their journey of moving from a manual recovery program to an automated one. Leveraging automated recovery testing of applications and integrated monitoring dashboards, the client shares their experience of adopting a resiliency program that supports their business objectives in times of disasters and meeting regulatory mandates.


Katsutoshi Kitagawa

Manager, Nissay Information Technology

Joined Nissay Information Technology group in 2000, and has been in charge of system development and operation not only for Nissaay but also group companies and financial institutions. Since 2010, I have been in charge of system development utilizing our private cloud and have been conducting research on new technologies and products.

Andrea Sayles

GM, Business Resiliency Services, Infrastructure Services, GTS, IBM

Currently General Manager of IBM's worldwide Business Resiliency Services organization whose primary purpose is to provide Disaster Recovery, Back-up and Cyber Recovery solutions for our clients. Our critical focus has been on business outcomes and maintaining core purpose in the aftermath of a cyber related event where a clients data, business applications and business processes may have been compromised or corrupted.