While a modern architecture undoubtedly requires the migration of corporate technologies to the cloud, cloud migration is not a goal in itself. In essence, it is a part of the overall enterprise digital transformation, elevating the whole organization to a higher functioning plane.
Transitioning to a modern IT architecture entails the introduction of new architectural components as well as the re-composition of the existing ones. Modern architecture utilizes emerging cloud ideas like transparent and “infinitely” scalable hardware as well as programming languages and concepts fit for cloud.
With Adastra's 20 years of successful architecture implementation and management, we will help you free yourself of server racks, routers, and wires, software installations, and database instances. Welcome a tailored modern architecture fit for your unique organizational needs.
The enterprise drivers for the adoption of a modern architecture haven’t changed from the historical norms; they are revenue growth, cost-cutting, enhanced customer experiences, and the development of the IT talent.
Modern IT architecture offers new and improved ways of achieving the enterprise goals with:
Shorter Time to Market
Increase the speed of innovation in your organization, enabled by rapid development and deployment capabilities.
Meet your customer needs proactively with large-scale personalization of communications, driven by the 360 degree customer view.
Gain the ability to predict and scale the cost of the IT solution in parallel with the growth of business benefits.
Leverage the investments made by the “three big players” in security and their proactive alignment to regulatory requirements.
We advise the transition to a modern architecture to be organized across three sets of activities:
- Assess - discover and analyze its current state to understand the capacity for change.
- Architect - designed the target state, plan the migration, and put in place the organizational enablers.
- Act - migrate to the modern architecture and start operating it.
Transition activities will span across all major organizational domains: business, technology, people, and processes.
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