JBS & 1LINK Sign Contract for VMware Based SDDC
Jaffer Business Systems (JBS) and 1LINK have partnered to enhance the overall infrastructure of banking sector with modern technology transformation.
JBS solution will support 1LINK to maximize its security, enhance service availability and bring agility in network operations for all applications and services being offered to its client.
With this collaboration, 1LINK security posture will be upgraded via micro-segmentation and implementing always-on Active-Active Datacenter.
JBS will support 1LINK in minimizing application downtime, resulting in customers getting more secure round-the-clock access on their banking transactions and improve from traditional networks to a modern industry leading Network Virtualization platform.
Veqar ul Islam, Director and CEO – JBS said: “We are committed to foster a culture of modern technical innovation so we can provide resilient and accessible solutions to our clients.
What brings me joy is that due to this partnership, the direct benefit will be enjoyed by the millions of customers who use banking services in Pakistan.”
Mr. Najeeb Agrawalla – CEO, 1LINK stated: “1LINK is happy to partner up with JBS as its technology solution provider. We play a vital role in the financial industry and hence, strive to continuously adopt new technologies ensuring international service standards.
With JBS support, virtualization capability will enhance 1LINK’s capacity while certifying quicker turn-around to manage increasing volumes.”https://www.technologytimes.pk/jbs-1link-sign-contract-for-vmware-based-sddc/https://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/JBS-1LINK-Sign-Contract-for-VMware-Based-SDDC.jpghttps://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/JBS-1LINK-Sign-Contract-for-VMware-Based-SDDC-150x69.jpgTechwireSDDC,signJaffer Business Systems (JBS) and 1LINK have partnered to enhance the overall infrastructure of banking sector with modern technology transformation. Muhammad HamzaMuhammad Hamzahamza@technologytimes.pkEditorTechnology Times