The cloud-native approach helps organizations design, build, modernize and operationalize applications and services to benefit from the cloud’s inherent benefits, including flexibility, agility, scale and cost.
The cloud-native approach enables organizations to build modern applications by leveraging cloud computing benefits based on a flexible consumption-based pricing model or pay-as-you-go pricing model. Cloud-native applications are loosely coupled and scalable, running on a containerized and orchestrated platform.
- Faster time to market: Cloud-native provides a flexible architecture that empowers companies to respond to market conditions rapidly.
- Deliver better products: Cloud-native enables organizations to deliver more features faster to their customers for competitive advantage. It also offers self-service automation and scalability to the development team for accelerating product development.
- Flexibility to adopt best practices: A cloud-native architecture is self-healing, cost-efficient and easily updated and maintained through continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD). It enables you to break down silos across development, operations and security to deliver a consistent experience across the development lifecycle.
Migrate To The Cloud
Create value for your business with seamless migration and modernisation journey.
Whether you have applications running on servers on-premise or using a different cloud provider, we can help you to evaluate your application landscape and recommend the best approach to modernise your solutions.
To make the most of the scalability, availability and automation capabilities you get from the cloud, we can help you to establish a firm foundation. Which will give you a blueprint for leveraging cloud services the best way in line with your business needs.
From a fast lift-and-shift to re-factoring and re-platforming, we help you modernise in a way that balances quick wins and sustainable value.
Migrating to the cloud is also a cultural change, we can help you to evaluate your organisations digital and cloud adoption level and help you to bring the necessary knowledge via training and other materials to your company.
Leverage the benefits of continuous integration and deployment for your software and data, get more value from the cloud by using DevOps, DataOps and MLOps best practices.
Rebuild operating model around products. Many companies try to exploit cloud with a traditional way of working, such as frequent hand-offs, time-consuming reviews, and manual testing. To support this product orientation, companies should look to automate every part of the development and release process, including server provisioning and infrastructure code generation.
It is also important to utilise data as an asset. With data-based optimisation the underlying data needs to be analysed to reveal insights that can improve your organisation's business performance. Data can identify how to reach customers and understand customer behavior so you can drive your sales. Data can also highlight where and how to save costs, avoid risk and streamline operations.
Reduce Risk & Cost
Once on the cloud it is important to ensure costs are well optimised, while supporting compliance and audit with maximum security.
It is paramount to understand which managed services are best for your needs, also to make sure not to have idle resources and that access to data and resources are properly controlled.
When it comes to faultlessly serving your customers, nothing short of 100% service availability, safety and sustainability as well as impenetrable security and outstanding customer service should be accepted. Risk mitigation is a huge challenge and compliance failure in any of the above can hugely impact the broader business strategy.
While there are many factors to take into account when it comes to cloud risk mitigation, some are definitely more important than others. When it comes to risk, you have to start by first enumerating them. Issues surrounding data protection and availability usually take the forefront. After all, such problems can have serious consequences for your business and bottom line.