Life sciences manufacturers must address a variety of industry-specific regulations in addition to standard corporate governance, risk, and compliance requirements. They also need to harness the data required to track production in real-time. They therefore require a solution that provides reliable real-time data processing, analysis, and data-driven decision making. This is where distributed cloud architecture, a new paradigm of cloud computing, has an important role to play.

In most manufacturing environments, unplanned production downtime has significant impact on operating profit. But in the case of life sciences manufacturing, it can also lead to a loss of integrity — for example, during vaccine production, it might require destruction the entire batch of vaccines.

This whitepaper explores how distributed cloud computing can help life sciences organizations implement real-time data processing, analysis, and data driven decision making.

Download the whitepaper to learn how distributed cloud computing and its advantages for Life Science manufacturers.