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31 Oct 2022
With Three Major Cloud Providers, Mambu Extends Its Cloud Approach
Mambu, a SaaS cloud banking platform, announced extending its cloud approach with three major cloud providers. As a result, Mambu now offers customers the choice between Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure to host their Mambu instance and utilize the robust feature set of Mambu's next-generation financial application, Mambu Money Manager (M3).
With this multi-cloud strategy, Mambu continues to deliver on its mission to enable businesses in multiple industries to save time and money while increasing productivity through superior technology.
The company now offers a true end-to-end cloud service that can shift workloads seamlessly between the four public clouds.
Customers can now deploy workloads in their private cloud or on any public cloud as they see fit without worrying about vendor lock-in. The new capabilities will also allow Mambu to offer a wider range of services across the board - from migration, disaster recovery, and DRaaS to fully managed enterprise IaaS.
"This is just one more way that Mambu is making it easier for enterprises to be competitive by taking advantage of agility, speed, flexibility, and cost savings," said Dr. Amrish Rauchalkar, CEO at Mambu.
We have one of the most comprehensive platforms available. At Mambu, we're committed to providing customers with the ultimate control over their IT investment so they can focus on what matters most: running their business.
The new platform's deep integration means there's no need to learn multiple interfaces, manage inconsistent workflows, or toggle between user interfaces. There's also no learning curve when shifting tasks back and forth between cloud providers – point and click to run jobs where they make the most sense economically or operationally.
And, of course, Mambu remains committed to data security through rigorous physical infrastructure reviews, vulnerability scanning, vulnerability testing, and continuous auditing.
“Customer data resides only in those locations where our customers explicitly opt to use a particular provider. That's why we partnered with AWS years ago and built on top of their security best practices to offer an unprecedented level of assurance for protecting customers' mission-critical applications, data, and privacy.” He added
Fernando Zandona, chief product and technology officer at Mambu, said: "We're at a pivotal stage in our growth. Implementing this extended approach will allow us to continue providing the best service for our customers. Many technology providers rely on public cloud services; however, Mambu's extended deployment flexibility meets the growing demands for performance, security, and reliability.
Having the opportunity to work with three of the leading cloud providers supporting over 230 banks and non-bank financial institutions is a game changer. Financial institutions' choice of a cloud service provider is influenced by strategy, existing relationships, availability of services, and hosting requirements. The general availability of these cloud providers on Mambu will help us continue to create better financial experiences for existing and new customers across the globe."
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