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Datamatics Cloud Practice helps businesses to reimagine their workplace. It helps them to accelerate innovation towards improving straight-through processing. It enables businesses to modernize applications and migrate to Native Cloud environments by using the tailwinds offered by containerization and microservices architectures.
Datamatics Cloud Practice endeavors to simplify IT operations while dealing with mammoth data repositories in order to build resilience and reliability in the business architecture. Datamatics Cloud Practice works towards improving business productivity, reducing operational costs, and reintroducing the savings in business-critical projects.
The team specializes in institutionalizing Cloud Native applications and mobility apps. With a 360-degree view of the business requirement, the team works towards deploying the best-of-the-breed, anytime anywhere any device business solutions that support a Multi-Cloud paradigm.
Engage Cloud Consulting for Cloud readiness-assessment, vis-à-vis Native-Cloud IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, or BPaaS, as feasible. Create roadmaps for Cloud Migration, implementation, integration, configuration, and optimization.
Engage Cloud services, vis-à-vis re-hosting, re-platforming, re-purchasing, re-factoring, retiring, and retaining.
Undertake entire Cloud Testing spectrum - application performance, manual and automated application testing, data migration, distributed application management, process integration, and quality assurance
Avail the complete Native Cloud support - configuration management, application security management, cloud administration, service improvement, monitoring, analytics, and value-added-services
Engage extensive Cloud Managed Services including monitoring, reporting, optimization, cost monitoring, lifecycle management, alert management, provisioning, orchestration, and IT resilience
Streamline your Native Cloud environment using DevOps methodology including Consulting, Implementation, Continuous Integration - Continuous Deployment pipeline, Containerization, and Infrastructure as a Code
Integrate DevSecOps and Cloud Security Services in Cloud Native architecture. Engage Cloud On-boarding, Cloud Security Implementation (CCSM), security audit, and Cloud Adoption for FinTech
Engage vCISO Services, Cyber Security Model Implementation,
FinTech Platform Security Design,
Security Posture Audit, and
Security Architecture Review
Undertake application vulnerability assessments, network security testing, security trainings, and user awareness trainings
Implement ISO 27001, PCI-DSS standards, and adopt NIST, Business Continuity, and Regulatory Compliance frameworks
Implement Azure Active Directory, Azure DNS, Azure App Service Plan
(Web Apps, API Apps, Web Jobs), Azure Functions, Application Insight, Azure SQL, Azure Container Services, and Azure DevOps
Amazon Web Services, MS Azure, IBM Cloud, and Oracle Cloud are the major Cloud Service Providers in the global scenario.
Mobile-first solutions powered by Cloud applications are driving the business scenarios today. The easy development activity on local machines sans dependence on costly and yearly licenses, pay as you go flexibility, anytime anywhere access, high computing power, easy scalability, synergizing the work and home locations through telecommuting, and role-based access of mammoth business systems are just some of the benefits offered by the Cloud environment.
On-premise IT architecture can be migrated to the Cloud within a few weeks with the help of process accelerators. System Integrators and Cloud Service Providers are adept at enabling businesses in transitioning to Cloud. Globally operating multi-mineral solutions provider, such as Ashapura, has efficiently transitioned their on-premise SAP suite with HANA database to Cloud within a short period of time.
Cloud services can be availed in different modes – IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS are the common ones. In IaaS, you pay per use for services availed, such as storage, network, virtualization, etc. In PaaS, you avail both hardware as well as software offered by Cloud. In SaaS, you avail third-party software and services over the Cloud. Businesses can choose their preference for IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS as per business requirements.
Different Cloud Service Providers specialize in different services. Hence to establish a flexible Cloud environment, businesses have to procure different services from different Cloud Service Providers. For example: AWS offers a backup service outside India. In case a business wants the backup within India, they can procure an MS Azure backup service.
Multi-Cloud environment is safe as they follow global security standards and protocols. Multi-factor authentication, identity access management, and data encryption are just some of the features for securing the Cloud infrastructure. Ensuring the same security policies across all the Cloud environments ensures consistency. Using unified security management across the Multi-Cloud environment allays the security concern of Cloud engineers.
The outsourced IT and infrastructure management of the Cloud-service environment to improve the business operations over the Cloud is broadly referred to as Cloud Managed Services. The Cloud Managed Services Providers or MSPs efficiently handle the daily Cloud service performance monitoring, reporting, testing, backups, etc.