Reduce costs and scale to meet customer expectations
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery models are being adopted faster than ever to meet business and consumer demand, prompting organizations to move their customer-facing applications to the cloud. As a result, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) need to modernize their applications to deliver the flexibility and scale customers expect, without the restrictions and high costs of running applications on commercial databases. mLogica provides deep industry expertise, backed by powerful engineering, to help ISVs quickly modernize their applications on Amazon Aurora and drive greater business value with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Register for our webinar to learn how mLogica and AWS can help you transform your business on the cloud, so you can deliver modern, high-performing solutions to your customers.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jun 19, 2019
IT and business are changing rapidly. Growth opportunities in new markets, evolving customer behaviors and preferences,
increased competitive pressure, and new standards in regulatory compliance are causing organizations to adapt their
operations and processes.1
Even so, rigid legacy IT infrastructure can keep you from adjusting to change and reduce the business value of IT. These
complex environments often limit flexibility, speed, and scalability, resulting in slow application and service delivery. As
a result, your organization can experience broad effects, especially within your IT operations and development teams.
Developers need resources to be provisioned and scaled quickly so they can begin work immediately when an idea strikes.
They also want more control over those resources while they are in use. However, with complex, hard-to-manage environments and manual processes, IT operations teams often struggle to provide resources and services at the speed that
developers demand. Th
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Apr 15, 2019
Financial services has seen more disruptive technologies introduced over the past three years than any other industry. To meet customer expectations for on-demand delivery, banks must look beyond digitizing existing services and establish open banking platforms for connected digital services.
Read this whitepaper to learn:
Three strategic mindsets that drive digital transformation in banking.
A four step strategy for building an Open Banking digital platform strategy with APIs.
How one global top tier bank developed a digital platform to transcend disjointed customer experiences.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Apr 15, 2019
United Kingdom (U.K.) citizens expect fast, connected, and seamless experiences. Government bodies face a growing delta between citizenís expectations of experience and the reality of how quickly they can deliver now that sophisticated private sector customer experiences are the new standard. Legacy IT stacks, budgetary constraints, and inflexible core systems are only a few of the hurdles government face to overcome the digital transformation imperative.
By moving beyond point-to-point integration and embracing reusable microservices, government can increase the speed of delivery without compromising security.
Read this whitepaper to learn:
Why U.K. government must move beyond point-to-point integration.
How API-led connectivity support microservices adoption in government.
How government IT teams can use MuleSoftís Anypoint Platform to better execute against their digital transformation agenda.
Published By: Cognizant
Published Date: Oct 23, 2018
In the last few years, a wave of digital technologies changed the banking landscape - social/ mobile altered the way banks engage with customers, analytics enabled hyper personalized offerings by making sense of large datasets, Cloud technologies shifted the computing paradigm from CapEx to OpEx, enabling delivery of business processes as services from third-party platforms.
Now, a second wave of disruption is set to drive even more profound changes - including robotic process automation (RPA), AI, IOT instrumentation, blockchain distributed ledger and shared infrastructure, and open banking platforms controlled by application programming interfaces (API). As these technologies become commercialized, and demand increases for digitally-enabled services, we will see unprecedented disruption, as non-traditional banks and fintechs rush into all segments of the banking space. This whitepaper examines key considerations for banks as they explore value in the emerging Digital 2.0 world.
To meet the growing challenges of a competitive world economy, a digital transformation is taking place in the enterprise. Organizations realize that to be competitive they need to be more agile. They need to reach their customers wherever they are, and they need to be able to scale their applications to meet customer demands.
To meet these challenges, organizations are deploying new microservice applications that are changing the application delivery environment. These applications are agile, configured to enable new features to be added without disrupting applications in production, and designed to automatically instantiate instances in response to increasing user demand. In short, microservices are drastically changing the way that applications are deployed and managed. This introduces a high level of complexity to network infrastructures because traditional applications are not going away. Applications will continue to be designed for both microservices and traditional 3-tier imple
Technology offers the opportunity for brands to compete - and win - on a rising standard of customer service delivery. Changing cornerstones of engagement: consumers may seem like they stick with their service providers no matter what, but marketers canít be complacent. To stop their valued customers adding services elsewhere, organizations need to fulfill a new set of standards.
The fast-evolving digital landscape is changing the game for all organizations. The way we consume content, conduct research, consume video and music, and drive efficiency in our work environment is raising the bar for digital experience. Organizations that rely on the internet to reach customers and drive revenue increasingly turn to cloud-based infrastructure and content delivery networks (CDNs) to achieve the reach and global footprint needed to keep up with customer demands. Delivering these services with high availability and performance across an unpredictable internet over which you have very little visibility and control is a major challenge.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: May 18, 2017
Welcome to IT as a Service For Dummies, IBM Limited Edition. IT as a Service is the emerging technique that gives technology leaders the flexibility of providing the right set of services to the business. The world of IT is changing dramatically. Businesses are increasingly discovering that IT services are becoming the foundation for the customer experience. IT as a Service isnít simply a new delivery model for applications. Instead, IT as a Service is a new approach to providing an array of modular services that are targeted to solve changing business problems. While services can be as straightforward as compute or storage in the cloud, they can also be used to complex solutions. Other services may include microservices or integration services that enable a business to quickly create new solutions to help service customers in a more creative and efficient manner.
Published By: Appcito
Published Date: Apr 09, 2015
Social media marketing ?rm ViralMint rolled out a new feature that proved so popular that the increased customer tra?c swamped the capabilities of the existing load balancer solution and greatly increased application response times. Lacking visibility into the volume or nature of its tra?c, ViralMint had no clues for how to address its issues. A fortuitous conversation led to discovery of the Appcito Cloud Application Front End (CAFE) service, which allowed ViralMint to gain control of its cloud application tra?c, retain its customersí trust and build on its unexpected success.