Cloud and Infrastructure
Applications that started as simple web based applications are now as complex, if not more than large conventional enterprise applications. In addition, there is proliferation of devices that can be used to access such applications - ranging from laptop computers, mobile devices to other wearable devices and smart devices that form the Internet of Things. As a result, these applications need to handle a large number of concurrent connections and an increasing volume of unstructured data.
In response to the fast changing pace of applications, the underlying infrastructure has also morphed from the conventional manually deployed devices into software driven infrastructure referred to as the cloud. Due to such major changes, the architectural models that were earlier used to design web applications are no longer able to handle the level of complexity, load and automation required for the large and modern applications built for the cloud.
Hence, today, 90% of companies use some or the other type of cloud services. Our Cloud and Infrastructure CoE leverages this opportunity to give our customers adequate cloud computing service. The team under this CoE works on implementing modern infrastructure, platforms and data intelligence for a seamless migration on cloud.