Cheaper. Better. Faster.

Any organisation that is looking to adapt to the digital workplace model might have undoubtedly come across the term ‘Cloud Engineering”.  It is not mere industry slang or jargon, or a new ‘trend’. Cloud has come to be an essential part of each and every organisation that is looking to scale up in today’s digital economy.

Hence, cloud engineering is a core derivative of the cloud space where managed service providers like IGT help organisations to transition into the cloud space in a smooth manner, ensuring that their business goals and organisational standard of procedure has not been compromised in any way.

IGT’s strategy for digital transformation comprises of three main steps:

  • Strategy & Assessment

The initial stages of digital transformation into the cloud involves an in-depth analysis of key growth areas which can be actioned upon. This stage is where the goal-setting process takes place, ensuring that digital transformation, data governance and organisational architecture is aligned before the process begins.

  • Planning & Architecture

The next step is to lay out an actionable plan in terms of infrastructure maps, migration and governance. Then we move on to set up the cloud architecture which best suits your requirements. We can opt for front-end, back-end or a hybrid architecture. Establishing a robust architecture helps in speeding up data processing and aids in efficient data recovery, while enabling a smooth scale-up and scale-down process.

  • Execution & Road Map

The final step in the process is to begin with the migration process as per the roadmap which has been set in place. Deploying the fixes and optimising the workload. We then set up the scale and evaluate the cloud footprint. Followed by initiating evolution of the cloud, if need be.

IGT’s cloud engineering and cloud computing services have resulted in the following benefits for our clients:

  • Improved scalability
  • Efficient business continuity
  • Increased flexibility in work process
  • Significant decrease in IT expenditure


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