According to Gartner, spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow approximately 21% in 2023, but business and IT leaders are under a lot of pressure to optimize investments. They’re being slowed by a lack of skills and resources, compliance, and security concerns. IT landscapes are ladened with a mix of legacy and modern applications and emerging technologies.
To overcome these challenges, enterprises are turning to cloud experts, Virtusa and Microsoft. By tapping into our migration, modernization, monetization, and cloud-native expertise — and bringing new thinking to the most innovative cloud platform — enterprises are solving their most complex business challenges to maximize ROIs. Across the following pages, you’ll find a collection of useful case studies highlighting businesses that have capitalized on Virtusa and Microsoft’s deep industry knowledge, cutting-edge technology, skills, and best practices to reimagine what’s possible.
To keep pace with competition and move operations into the future, a large financial services company felt it was critical to build on the Azure Cloud Foundation. With security and scalability as a top priority, the company turned to Virtusa to accelerate migration, increase operational excellence, and drive business outcomes.
Our client had serious security and compliance (SecOps) operating concerns and needed to ensure they built a foundation for a modern Application DevOps environment. They needed to migrate to a cloud operating model focused on FinOps.
They turned to an automated provisioning of Azure Landing zone with BluePrint-as-a-code and created policy as a code (IaC) using Terraform. By building easily deployable elements with low code, containers, and re-usable patterns, they leveraged Azure DevOps and Terraform and gained greater cost management with CCoE and Azure.
With improved support processes, thanks to integrated business development, test, and operations teams, Virtusa and Microsoft simplified the deployment and release processes for multiple parallel release cycles. By automating the provisioning of services, and with no human intervention required with modularity in infra-provisioning, the financial services company realized quick benefits, including: