DevOps led Cloud Management

The Client is a Fortune 1000 networking technology company with cutting edge products for high-performance networks and an equipment supplier for Internet and Telecom Service Providers. The company has grown significantly in the past 10 years and has been championing SDN and NFV implementations...

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Is DevOps limited to Open Source tools?

We have seen many articles about how companies adopt DevOps with tools-chain from multiple vendors. Driven primarily by a plethora of Open Source options for automating SDLC phases, enterprises, the world over has jumped onto DevOps bandwagon with expectations and hopes. The agility of...

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Data Center Consolidation to AWS

The Client is a Fortune 1000 networking technology company with cutting edge products for high-performance networks and an equipment supplier for Internet and Telecom Service Providers. The company has grown significantly in the past 10 years and has been championing SDN and NFV implementations...

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DevOps for Real-Time Solar Power monitoring

Software application delivered on a SaaS model for monitoring Solar power panels across the globe using real-time data is an interesting use case for DevOps implementation. The client must keep track of the data feed of multiple parameters from different geographic locations and provide...

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CI/CD for Smart Buildings Application

In this discussion, we introduce the solution and learnings from our project we executed for our customer, a SaaS based Building Information Management solution (BIM). The customer is into serving building industry with the smarter construction process and effective operations through its life cycle...

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Application Migration to AWS

About Client The client is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California that specializes in business communications, specifically unified communications (UC), contact center (CC), and services. Revenue for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, was $2.8 billion. 82.2% was from...

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