Global leader: Roger Cockayne, CEO
Core activity: Computing infrastructure and services
Revenue: Not disclosed
Key customers: Livestock Improvement, Quotable Value, DTZ, MAF, Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, House of Travel
Specialist hosting and datacentre services firm Revera was placing 43rd overall this year in the Technology Investment Network’s top 100 list of global technology companies.
CEO Roger Cockayne says it is the organisation’s strategy to “lead the market with engineering, rather than hype, enabling IT and infrastructure managers to leverage enterprise calibre computing infrastructure that guarantees service levels and data sovereignty”.
New Revera Homeland services simplify duplication of customer applications and data within a local infrastructure cloud, grounded by triangulated datacentres in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch.
This year saw the addition of IBM computing to Revera’s Homeland Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform, availing on-demand AIX operating systems capacity to businesses wanting enterprise applications, like SAP, on a utility basis. Ongoing datacentre automation and customer controls aim to help customers further reduce the ratio of IT workers to machines, improve server and storage capacity utilisation, regulate the flow of IT resources according to point-in-time needs and streamline backup.
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