Building service-oriented infrastructure for business growth

From aerospace to energy and healthcare to retail, business ecosystems across the globe are rapidly transforming into digital marketplaces. In this environment, buyers and sellers interact daily through social and mobile channels. Companies in every industry and geography, therefore, must meet customers’ high expectations for fast resolution and anywhere, anytime commerce.

To meet this demand, market leaders are turning to Trianz’ cloud infrastructure consultants for help. The result? They are swiftly deploying digital experience and analytics applications on flexible cloud platforms. Software development, testing, and IT operations teams are using innovative tools to implement agile and DevOps methodologies. Security and compliance groups too are leveraging scalable, SaaS-based threat detection, single-sign on, and other risk avoidance solutions to protect IP and customer data.

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Underlying this digital transformation is an assortment of infrastructure platforms unlike the data center technologies that support legacy applications. While still containing storage, computing, network and security functions, these platforms are paired with automated cloud management and application development service catalogs that empower engineers and speed time to market. This combination of cloud platforms and service catalogs is called Service-Oriented Infrastructure (SOI).

SOI environments connect developers to the exact resources needed for a given application effort, precisely when they need it. Whether it is an IaaS, PaaS or SaaS platform on a private, public, or hybrid cloud architecture, SOI delivers one-click access to complete development environments through a catalog of choices. In this scenario, the IT operations group’s role shifts from technology administrator to a broker of tools and resources. And application developers gain greater control of automated infrastructure which lowers their dependence on systems administrators.

  • Simplified enterprise architecture
  • Shift from CapEx to OpEx
  • Everything-as-a-service model
  • Repeatable, standardized and automated services
  • Rapid time to market
  • Streamlined audit and compliance
  • Products and processes adaptability with market
  • Capacity-on-demand, with pay-as-you-go model
  • Collaborative workforce and workplace flexibility

Our analysts help CXOs and CDOs uncover best practices and techniques for leveraging SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS platforms for business advantage. We share deep insights, perspectives, use cases, and a customized roadmap to transform and secure your enterprise.

We also collaborate with organizations’ onsite teams to monitor cloud performance and help align infrastructure to meet specific business needs on an ongoing basis.