How we made a network integrated
We were contacted by an international supermarket chain with an in-house engineering & development department. The company owns several corporate cloud applications for clients and employees; it also uses several public platforms and a distributed development framework.
stores in the area
apps being developed
Distributing, managing and disabling resources for different teams seemed unattainable for a long time. Cloud services were not integrated, thus impeding migration, hindering intercloud data exchange and causing frequent fails and data losses. Handling several virtual frameworks demanded extra resources, with outsourcing most of the issues for third-party companies and/or employees to resolve.
hours per year spent to ensure seamless cloud services interaction
All that resulted in the inflated employee count, frequent idle times, delayed releases and updates, and a lot of siloed non-staff employees in charge of third-party services.
The mission was to arrange for unified resource management and optimize operations within the corporate multicloud.
We integrated existing public and private clouds into the
Ensuring client-to-provider and provider-to-provider data security.
Enabling up-to-date resource consumption and security reporting.
saved per year thanks to
- 1 contract, support desk & SLA
- 18 providers and 70+ locations across 4 continents: with coverage like this, selecting, connecting and changing the encryption method has never been faster
- AES 256-BIT XTS data protection