Bank of England selects Appvia to create a new cloud environment

Friday 4 December 2020 14:03 CET | News

The Bank of England has appointed self-service cloud-native delivery platform Appvia to support the creation of a new cloud environment.

The announcement follows a public procurement process which commenced in January 2020. The Bank of England will work with Appvia on design, construction, and assurance of a fit for purpose cloud environment.

During the two-year partnership, Appvia will be supporting development and project teams within the bank in testing and deploying code in cloud environments, working with security teams to integrate the cloud into existing operational and security processes, and implementing information governance compliance so staff are able to collaborate safely and securely. 

Appvia, which counts the Home Office among its clients, is a self-service platform that enables organisations to scale their infrastructure using services such as Kubernetes. In September 2020, Appvia launched a developer-centric tool to enable teams to predict and control cloud costs.

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Keywords: Bank of England, Appvia, partnership, product launch, cloud, digital banking, compliance
Categories: Banking & Fintech
Countries: United Kingdom
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