O Serpro (Federal Data Processing Service) introduced a new cloud computing service for governments. Known as Serpro Cloud One, the launch guarantees infrastructure for public agencies through data centers hosted in Brasília and São Paulo. The novelty of the state-owned company was presented to the public during the VMware Explore Brazil.
The launch offers a “government-to-government cloud”, in the words of the department manager of the serpro, Eduardo Sampaio Cardim. With the product developed with VMware and ScanSource, public entities have access to on-demand, scalable, multi-region computing services. Thus, the state-owned customers achieve some benefits, such as on-demand self-service.
The technology guarantees other advantages. This is the case of the possibility of using any device to enjoy the services provided by the new Serpro product, in addition to the elasticity to adapt solutions more quickly. The charge will also be made based on the capacity consumed.
According to Serpro, the “service has a flexible technological environment, updated and adherent to new technologies, which favors technological innovation and digital transformation. The customer does not need to worry about acquiring hardware and software for infrastructure virtualization”.
Serpro’s service is scalable and secure
The commitment to security is another point highlighted by the state-owned company. Regarding access control, Serpro informs that the client can perform centralized and simplified management of a project’s internal environments. Another promise revolves around “indiscriminate support in terms of the number of users, avoiding compromising the availability of the service”.
“This infrastructure, built by Serpro in partnership with VMware, has no limit to customer absorption,” Cardim said in a press release sent out this week. “But, in this first moment, we estimate to serve 25 bodies, divided into three fronts of action: new customers, migration of customers from the old Serpro cloud and migration of on-premise infrastructures to the cloud.”