In this moment, excerpted from the full-length interview between Bob Evans and IBM Cloud General Manager and Chief Revenue Officer Ivo Koerner, Koerner explains how IBM brings forth a unified approach to onboarding ISVs and fintechs to the IBM Cloud for Financial Services.
00:08 — “We bring the unified approach,” says Koerner. “We take on the work with the ISV and fintech to help them to be boarded on the IBM Cloud.” This also extends to supporting ISVs and fintechs to get proper control frameworks implemented, too. “That is basically, by far, a faster approach.”
00:44 — After onboarding a customer onto the IBM Cloud for Financial Services, audit and compliance structures must be integrated. IBM is taking away two-thirds of the work for ISVs and fintechs, explains Koerner. “There’s just a big benefit for everyone.”
01:26 — Koerner explains IBM Cloud Satellite, a new product the company is working on, which IBM defines as a distributed cloud. “We basically populate the controls framework to other clouds, because IBM’s strategy is where we think truly as a hybrid cloud, multi-cloud platform. So we don’t expect that every workload is going to run on IBM Cloud.”
01:56 — With IBM Cloud Satellite and the control framework in place, “it’s basically helping you to manage your risk not [only] on IBM Cloud for Financial Services, but across different platforms that you may have.”