Butterfly Effect

A butterfly can flutter its wings over a flower in China and cause a hurricane in the Caribbean.” says a character in the movie Havana(1990).This is a pretty good summary of the chaos theory and huge impact of initial conditions on any complex system including your transformation project.

If you’re embarking on a strategic cloud native transformation initiative, early help (and an outside-in view) can make a world of difference.


Platform Strategy & Operations

The modern Digital Platform is a product meant to serve both internal & external consumers. It needs to address the pressing concerns and standard use-cases across your product portfolio. Most often, a platform is characterized by a self service foundation of APIs, composable infrastructure, continuous delivery of cloud services and data management layers. These enable product teams to innovate rapidly rather than reinventing the wheel.

So, how or where does a platform journey begin? We help you find your way.

  • Survey the ground: Assess your present portfolio of applications & IT operating model. Calibrate risks.
  • Facilitate vision & alignment: Define what you may need (or not need), across Engineering, IT, DevOps, Security & Digital
  • Navigate your options: Choose to build (on open-source) or buy COTS platform stack. Understand cost, pros/cons and tradeoffs
  • Actionable plan: Build a triaged backlog to kickstart your platform product.

Full Stack Modernization

Modernization is a commitment towards the perpetual evolution of your software stack to suit the changing needs of business. We believe modernization can be business centric with a measurable RoI.The purpose of technology is to serve your business needs.

In practice, most modernization initiatives tend to be focused only on the application stack and tactics around the possibilities cloud can offer. Our experience suggests that customers who achieve positive outcomes in modernizing their technology do a few things right.

  1. Product Orientation: Unlike projects or specalized silos, this impacts people,processes and tooling
  2. Domain Driven Design: *Baking a self-evident business architecture layer into your product
  3. Engineering Excellence: Software defines everything backed by continous delivery & experimentation infrastructure
  4. Clarity of KPIs: Specify and make it objectives measurable. Make money, save money or reduce risk
  • Convince the Boss: Build a business case defense for why you need to be doing what you’re doing.
  • Create a Roadmap: You could lift & shift, replatform or re-architect or embark on a green field journey.
  • Deliver a 360° blueprint: Devil is in the details. Disambiguate Architecture, scaling, economics & operations.
  • Show empirical evidence: A proof of concept reduces risk & puts thoughts into action.