Outdated systems and applications, proliferation of documents and an in-house IT department that no longer met today’s requirements. For UW, a sheltered employment facility based in Utrecht, a transition to a digital working environment was needed
A container platform gives your development and IT operations teams the freedom they need to develop, deploy and scale non-stop applications. On-premise or in the public cloud? Infrastructure is no longer the decisive factor.
A container encompasses an app and all the dependencies it needs to work. The versions on which the host operating system or infrastructure is running no longer affect the operation of the software. This allows you to transfer containers from one environment to another while your apps keep on running.
Container platforms offer your teams a shared platform to develop software in a modern and consistent manner. Developers choose which underlying technology stack they want for their applications, while your operations team can deploy them in the same uniform manner, anytime and anywhere.
Developing, deploying, scaling, monitoring and managing apps on a large scale and in a hybrid cloud environment is no mean feat. Container platforms offer a suitable solution for automating all of these processes and organizing all containers.
In a nutshell, container platforms automate and optimize your DevOps processes and cloud-native app development.
CIOs are increasingly involved in innovation and strategic decision-making. The reason is simple: in these times of digital transformation, IT is what makes or breaks a company. The stakes are high and CIOs have to come up with solutions fast. You need a lighter load and more bandwidth to get things done right. Outsourcing could be just what you’re looking for.