Fujitsu had one patents in cloud during Q4 2023. Fujitsu‘s patent involves a computer program that detects abnormalities in a cloud system and blocks input and output, while creating a new system to shift functions in response to the abnormality. GlobalData’s report on Fujitsu gives a 360-degreee view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

Fujitsu grant share with cloud as a theme is 0% in Q4 2023. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Computer-readable recording medium storing information processing program, information processing method, and system (Patent ID: US20230342235A1)

The patent filed by Fujitsu Ltd. describes a system and method for handling abnormalities in a cloud-based system. The invention involves receiving notifications of abnormalities in a first system on the cloud and blocking input and output of the first system using a serverless function. Subsequently, switch processing is performed to create a second system on the cloud to which the function of the first system is shifted. The process includes setting communication prohibitions, discarding the first system if necessary, and avoiding redundant switch processing for subsequent notifications.

The system and method outlined in the patent aim to efficiently manage abnormalities in cloud-based systems by automating the process of switching functions from a problematic system to a new system. By utilizing serverless functions and monitoring circuits, the invention enables quick response to abnormalities, ensuring minimal disruption to operations. The approach described in the patent streamlines the handling of system issues in cloud environments, enhancing overall system reliability and performance.

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