IT infrastructure in the cloud brings greater flexibility and sustainable cost reduction. Instantly.
With FI-TS cloud.base you can flex your IT infrastructure, upsizing or downsizing capacity to precisely the level you need at the time. If you need more power, simply book extra resources. And return them should your demand revert to lower levels. All with just a few clicks – in just minutes.
Test and development environment as a cloud service
With the web-based FI-TS cloud.base portal, developers can cherry-pick and combine capacity to suit the stage their project is at, and get straight down to work. You’re only charged for the services you actually use, which saves the expense of maintaining systems and storage full-time even when they’re standing idle. Besides cutting overhead, FI-TS Finance Cloud Services are also a highly effective way of managing spike workloads.
Once you’re a cloud customer, you can log into the cloud.base portal any time and book the infrastructure services you need right now. Want to upsize or downsize IT infrastructure for testing and development environments? With just a few clicks, it’s done.
Flexibility with security
The FI-TS Finance Cloud can be adapted to the specific compliance requirements of banks, financial service providers and insurance companies, e.g. compliance with security and data privacy policies. The FI-TS code of practice embodies strict fulfilment of legal requirements, as well as quality and security to toughest standards.
Get a good fit. And get it fast.
FI-TS offers fully automated, industrialized provisioning of servers, storage, firewall and network functions for Linux and Windows systems. The web-based cloud.base portal enables customers to manage services via browser on Internet-enabled devices.
Statement: Sebastian Voggenreiter
Head of Banking Applications Competence Centre
Cloud made in Germany – that means security, quality and trust. A seal of quality that’s also proof of a professional data privacy and security policy. Implemented by a German company, in local data centres.