IBM has launched its new IBM z15TM enterprise platform which is capable of delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multi-cloud environments. IBM’s clients will now be able to make use of the platform to give selective access to data through policy-based controls. The platform can also revoke access across the hybrid cloud.
The relevance of the platform is paramount as the adoption of the hybrid multi-cloud environments is seeing massive growth. Maintaining the data security and privacy is of importance in such a scenario.
Key innovations in the z15 include:
IBM said that the z15 is a “culmination” of over four years of development and over 3,000 IBM Z patents (issued or in process). IBM has received input from over 100 companies for the z15.
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