Our cloud development services aim to provide you assistance with developing, migrating or otherwise working on applications in order to ensure that they run smoothly on cloud platforms. We support you in developing robust cloud technologies by providing a full range of consulting, development, migration, integration and testing services.
Cloud-native software development
We have solid experience with solutions deployed on OpenStack and Amazon Web Services (AWS), and we build cloud-native software that rapidly scales to meet your business needs.
We can support you in OpenStack Orchestration with:
- Deployments orchestration through Heat templates
- Fast deployment and scaling using custom prebuilt virtual machine (VM) images
- Tackling difficult issues like auto-scaling databases and other state-full components
Application portfolio assessment
We can provide consultancy and assess your application portfolio for cloud migration:
- Assess the cloud readiness of your application portfolio
- Define the Cloud Reference Architecture
- Asssess the needed capabilities matrix
- Define the application cloud roadmap and plans
The continuous delivery model
- Port existing solutions closer to microservices architecture principles
- Develop new microservices solutions
- “Dockerize” applications and prepare an elastic/auto-scalable cloud deployment with Kubernetes replication controllers and services
- Help establish good practices for a successful continuous integration setup
- Establish the full continuous deployment pipeline
Selected project references
- We are currently developing a high availability platform located in the network of US tier 1 operator, offering external interfaces to provision, access, and manage WiFi Access Points Location data. The solution is meant to improve the location accuracy for 911 calls made over VoLTE and VoWiFi. The solution will be deployed on the operator’s cloud platform (based on the OpenStack Liberty release). The deployed virtual machines support KVM hypervisor on X86 Compute Platforms and the VM images are built in QCOW2 format.
- We are developing a solution for the implementation of a 3GPP BSF (bootstrapping function) system including specific customizations for US tier-1 operator. The BSF virtual machine shall be a RedHat (RHEL) 7 VM image (RAW or QCOW2) that contains a Chef client. The VM will be deployed on a RHEV managed KVM hypervisor to be managed by the Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), with separately installed nodes on each site. The VMM will control the hardware resources, provision and maintain the virtual networks, virtual routers, storage pool, starting stopping VMs, etc.