Client: One of the UK's largest financial institutions
FinOps within a Multi-Cloud Environment
Whilst we are seeing increased maturity and experience across our clients, the pace and scale at which cloud services are being launched and changed continues to grow at an even greater rate.
As a result, our clients often need some additional help and guidance to ensure that their architectural designs are delivering infrastructure and services that meet the key principles for cloud design:
Airwalk Reply’s Cloud Architecture service leverages our significant experience in delivering cloud strategy and services within multiple major organisations, as well as the investment we make in ensuring our staff stay up to date with all of the latest changes and new service developments from public cloud platforms.
This allows us to provide a unique, highly qualified and pragmatic view of our clients’ approach to architecture in the context of their cloud infrastructure.
Based upon industry best practice and frameworks, as well as Airwalk Reply’s own proprietary criteria for architectural assessment and review, a Cloud Architecture design and/or review delivered by Airwalk Reply represents a cost-effective way of ensuring your design approach is delivering what you need to optimise your infrastructure.
Enabling better focus on the ability to run and monitor systems to deliver business value and to continually improve supporting processes and procedures.
Ensuring your designs are facilitating the adequate protection of information, systems and assets while delivering business value through risk assessments and mitigation strategies.
Ensuring the system is able to recover from infrastructure or service disruptions, dynamically acquire computing resources to meet demand, and is set up to mitigate against disruptions such as misconfigurations or transient network issues.
The ability to use computing resources efficiently to meet system requirements and to maintain that efficiency as demand changes and technologies evolve.
Enabling teams to to avoid or eliminate unneeded cost or suboptimal resources.
Developing a delivery plan and approach that is appropriate for the system and enables accelerated delivery.
Assessment of the development and operational teams involved with the system/application.
Reviewing the tooling and other technologies available within the organisation to facilitate the build/migration of the workload.