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Infrastructure Automation
Infrastructure automation can be the bridge that connects IT silos. Reduce operational costs, eliminate human error and build infrastructure that supports the business.
Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
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Cloud Services Strategy
Deliver business-critical application functionality with the on-demand, self-service and highly elastic services of modern private and public cloud platforms.
DevOps
DevOps is the combination of people, process and technology to enable continuous delivery of value to end users. Organizations that iterate and delivery quickly are better able to experiment with ways to increase customer adoption and satisfaction while pivoting when necessary.
Hybrid Cloud Platforms
Bridge the gap between public and private cloud.
Identity and Access Management
Identity and Access Management (IAM) ensures the right people and devices have the right access at the right time. IAM solutions reduce risk to an organization’s data and systems by streamlining the authentication, authorization, automated provisioning/de-provisioning and access review process. Enabling basic and privileged identity management makes access decisions easier for business owners while providing cost and time savings through automation.
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