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We will uncover your challenges and hidden problems and turn these into solutions and value in the cloud. We’ll wrap this in a Cloud Discovery report which is easy to digest, even for laymen.
Best of all, the report is free (please don’t tell too many people…)
Developing native cloud applications can reduce the overall effort with 20-40%, compared to traditional software development.
Development in the cloud is more about building applications, where you consume ready-made services in your applications, instead of coding them from scratch or by using old fashioned libraries.
Coupling this rapid building of applications with DevOps/DevSecOps in a pipeline means that software can be delivered more reliably, more frequently and with less errors.
In addition to cloud native tools from cloud vendors, we also utilize third party tools that nicely compliment what is available in the cloud, for example the Atlassian suite.
Data is becoming increasingly difficult to manage, but at the same time there is a lot of untapped potential in business data. Are you having issues managing ever growing data? Have you selected the proper storage at the right cost or made sure that data is properly secured in transit and also at rest?
Are you sure your backups and disaster recovery policies are up to date, have they been battle tested and not only once but frequently? How are frameworks like GDPR and HIPAA impacting your business? Or how do you generate value out of your data, by using traditional Business Intelligence or more advanced analytics like predictive or stream analysis, or perhaps by building a data lake? How do you apply machine learning and artificial intelligence to gain a competitive edge in your business?
All of these questions can be answered by leveraging cloud tools and services.
In the old cloud days (which is not that long ago), having one cloud vendor was adequate.
However, these days having an all-encompassing multi cloud strategy across multiple public cloud vendors and/or a hybrid cloud strategy across your on premise data center(s) and the public cloud is essential.
The cloud eco system is also getting more and more complex every day and it is not easy to navigate the cloud jungle with hundreds of announcements of new tools and services from the major cloud vendors, just in 2018.
In other words, selecting the right tool (and a cost effective one) for the job is essential.
Most IT managers and executives are bombarded with new technologies they need to evaluate for their respective companies. This is normally a daunting and time consuming task, that with traditional approaches can require considerable time and budget.
But at the same time if you don’t have a good answer when the C suite or board of directors come and ask how Blockchain can be used in the business, you would risk losing your job.
In the cloud, using managed cloud services, it is easy to experiment and build quick and non-costly prototypes, that will answer these questions.
There is a lot of value in data and most companies have not even begun to realize the full potential of their data. And, it is a proven fact that companies that take their data analytics seriously outperform their competitors.
A data lake is a centralized repository that allows you to store all your structured and unstructured data. One of the main differences from a data warehouse is that you can store your data as-is, without having to first structure the data.
This makes it attractive to include data from new sources such as documents, spreadsheets, social media, IoT devices and click-stream data, as a few examples.
Most companies have legacy systems and applications. These applications are traditionally very painful and costly to maintain and manage, not to mention that developing new functionality takes considerate time and effort.
The goal of the logistic product modernization project is to convert a very large and complex monolithic product to become cloud native. This includes container and microservices architecture based on smaller components to overcome performance and scaling issues.
We have helped various customers to move away from legacy applications and helped them embrace cloud native technologies such as containers and microservices to modernize their applications.
Enterprises are more and more integrating and connecting disparate applications, such as employee HRMS, CRM such as SalesForce Demandware, Order Management Systems and ERP variants like SAP. Successful integrations and proper displays of data creates unique views of your business data creating foundations for data driven decisions.
Off the shelf iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service) solutions such as Dell Boomi exist, but are these applications matching requirements and giving the best value?
In our experience they don’t, where a custom developed cloud native application is superior in terms of value.