Our Cloud management services encompass planning, provisioning, administering, monitoring and governing cloud computing services. Cloud management includes the processes, tools and policies that are used to assure that cloud computing services are deployed, tracked, and optimized for maximum benefit. Cloud management encompasses the technology, processes and people that manage the cloud, including the users, the provider and the administrators. Cloud management is essential for enabling organizations to get the most benefit from cloud computing services.

Our cloud management services includes the following activities:
  • Provisioning: Allocating the computing resources and services that a cloud provider offers.
  • Monitoring: Tracking the performance and utilization of cloud-based services, such as storage, applications, and networks.
  • Configuration: Configuring settings to ensure that the cloud environment is optimized for performance and reliability.
  • Security: Ensuring that the cloud environment is secure from unauthorized access and malicious attacks.
  • Optimization: Ensuring that the cloud environment is optimized for cost, performance, and efficiency.
  • Compliance: Ensuring that the cloud environment is compliant with any applicable laws or regulations.
  • Governance: Establishing policies and procedures for effective and efficient management of the cloud environment.
Our Cloud Management Framework

We have a highly robust framework that has evolved from managing more than 25 large digital platforms globally. Our framework covers cost, operations, security and compliance, data management, application performance, assets and configurations, and more to ensure large, small and mid-size businesses can realize the full benefits of the cloud in a responsible and secure manner.

The key tenants encompass the following:
  • Perimeter Security
  • Access Security
  • Data Security
  • Scalability
  • Dynamic Load Balancing
  • Infra Capacity on demand
  • High Availability
  • BCP/DR
  • Monitoring
  • Automation
  • Cost reporting, monitoring and optimization
Our Technology Stack
Here is a table listing some common technologies used in our DevOps practice:
Technology Description
Version Control Systems Version control systems like Git, SVN, GitHub, and Bitbucket help teams manage and track changes to code.
Continuous Integration Continuous integration tools like Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI help teams automatically build and test code changes.
Containerization Containerization tools like Docker, Kubernetes, and AWS ECS help teams package and deploy applications in lightweight containers.
Infrastructure as Code Infrastructure as code tools like Terraform, CloudFormation, and Ansible help teams automate the provisioning and management of infrastructure.
Configuration Management Configuration management tools like Puppet, Chef, and Ansible help teams automate the configuration of servers and infrastructure.
Monitoring and Logging Monitoring and logging tools like Splunk, Elastic Stack, and AWS Cloudwatch help teams track the performance and health of applications and infrastructure.
Cloud Platforms Cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and GCP provide a range of tools and services for building, deploying, and managing applications and infrastructure.
Static Code Analysis Tools Static code analysis tools like SonarQube, Veracode, and Checkmarx help teams identify vulnerabilities and security issues in code before it is deployed.
Container Scanning Tools Container scanning tools like Twistlock, Aqua Security, and Anchore help teams identify vulnerabilities and security issues in container images.
Vulnerability Vulnerability management tools like Qualys, Tenable, and Rapid7 help
Management Tools teams identify and prioritize vulnerabilities in applications and infrastructure
Web Application Firewalls Web application firewalls like Cloudflare, AWS WAF, and Imperva help protect against cyber threats by blocking malicious traffic to web applications.
Network Security Tools Network security tools like firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems, and virtual private networks (VPNs) help protect against cyber threats by monitoring and blocking malicious traffic to and from networks.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) Tools IAM tools like AWS IAM, Azure AD, and Google Cloud IAM help organizations manage and control access to resources and data.
Compliance Use Encryption and data masking techniques to adhere to PCI-DSS, HIPAA and other global security standards. Leverage tools like AWS KMS, Cloud HSM for generating and managing keys.

These technologies can be used in combination to create a robust DevOps workflow that enables teams to deliver code and updates to production faster and more efficiently. It's important to choose the right technologies for your organization's specific needs and goals.

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