ServiceMesh is a Santa Monica, California company that provides a cloud management platform with on-demand, self-service IT operating models. They provide service for many customers who are on the Forbes Global 2000 list of the world’s top 2000 public companies. ServiceMesh offers companies a number of benefits within its envelope of products such as integrated controls for governance, compliance and security in the client’s cloud applications and environments.
The ServiceMesh Agility Platform helps clients manage and standardize their operations in a fully-governed platform and enables them to provide software as a service offerings. Their Agility Platform program helps businesses to speed up and build new applications and manage multiple providers that are government compliant.
ServiceMesh also provides a self-service portal that enable business users and technology developers with access to enterprise cloud applications, cloud services, and application platforms. Additionally, ServiceMesh provides cloud application migration using DevOps acceleration, DevTest, ecosystem and Vblock acceleration solutions.
Banking, insurance, financial service, healthcare, manufacturing, public, and other highly regulated sectors of business are all serviced through the technology systems ServiceMesh provides.
Many of the world’s largest financial services and health care companies depend on ServiceMesh to provide applications and services that match the speed of market change. The IT company also modernizes and transforms bureaucratic and inefficient IT operations into strategic businesses armed with a competitive advantage over others in their industry.
Eric Pulier, co-founder of ServiceMesh in 2007, is recognized as being a leading innovator and one of the most successful entrepreneurs in government and enterprise technology. The Harvard graduate has engaged some of the largest venture capital venture groups in the world to finance companies he either started on his own or co-founded. These companies include MediaPlatform, Desktone, SOA Software and US interactive. A member of Bill Clinton’s Clinton Global Initiative, Pulier is a sought-after public speaker, author, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
In 1997, the Presidential Inaugural Committee selected Eric to design and build the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington D.C. named “The Bridge to the 21st Century.” He then joined Vice President Al Gore’s Health Care and Technology forum as an advisor on technology issues involving health care.
In October of 2013, ServiceMesh was acquired by Computer Sciences Corporations (CSC), a global information technology and professional services company based in Fall Church, Virginia. The acquisition was seen as an effort for CSC to continue its drive to become “a next generation IT company” and further its push into cloud technology in order to compete in cyber security, and big-data computing. ServiceMesh operates as a subsidiary of CSC out of his original headquarters in Santa Monica.