Bhuvan Pasham, PartnerWith the proliferation of cloud computing in the enterprise, it has become important for CIOs to gauge the potential. They also have to measure the impact that the technology has on their company’s operations and finance. That’s where the struggle begins. Although the CIOs initiate the digital transformation process at their organization, they either fail to accurately comprehend how cloud technology can benefit them or aren’t able to maximize their investment. This leads to a situation where associated costs can’t be mapped with the underlying results correctly. Operating as a leading cloud native technology consulting company, appScience employs a cloud-first mindset to assist companies at every step of the digital transformation. “We are practitioners at heart and help our clients with their key technical challenges with respect to the cloud. Been there, done that!” mentions Bhuvan Pasham, partner at appScience.
appScience packages its cloud expertise and solutions into offerings that aim to assist its clients with their digital transformation objectives. With the software applications becoming the key source of differentiation for many companies, the company has developed managed DevOps as a Service. appScience collaborates with its clients’ technical team members that are responsible for technical architecture, software development, and service delivery engineering to deliver this service. The company initiates the DevOps service process with a preliminary assessment of the clients’ DevOps implementation. This helps appScience to understand the current state and to identify gaps, if any, that need to be addressed before transitioning to a Managed service model. Next, they design the target state that includes operating model, process handoffs, SLAs, metrics, and reviews, which is followed by completing the transition and operationalizing the target state model. Once the new service goes live, appScience will deliver performance reports and provide insights on leading practices to improve service performance continuously. “We help companies continuously improve their DevOps practices by rationalizing their processes and applications and also moving the operations and workloads to cloud,” says Pasham.
We are practitioners at heart and help our clients with their key technical challenges in realizing cloud potential. We have been there, done that!
Apart from DevOps, appScience also delivers expertise in cloud migration, optimization, and security.
On the cloud optimization side, the company undertakes an economic mindset in looking at existing infrastructure architectures and overlay with usage and consumption information provided by the cloud provider. appScience then applies different algorithms and techniques to identify cloud inefficiencies in terms of overcapacity or under usage. The company also assesses clients’ cloud operations to identify improvements in process and automation using RPA and AI. With a strong focus on security, appScience ensures that the capabilities that they deliver have an essence of security embedded. To this end, the company partners with industry leaders like Okta, CyberArk, Securonix, Damballa (Palo Alto) that help secure cloud operations, monitor, and protect information assets.
Having carved a unique niche by delivering digital transformation services for companies within financial services, healthcare and government agencies, appScience will be looking to grow with its customers. What differentiates the company is its proven methodology, accelerators, toolsets supported by practical blueprints. Upcoming years will witness them bringing a deeper and broader breadth of cloud services, with an extra emphasis on leveraging AI, ML, and RPA technologies. appScience is also set to roll out its cloud optimization solutions that will enable clients to operationalize self-services without any consulting efforts. “This all depends on bringing the right talent. We always strive for the best and are on the lookout for smart people excited about customers and cloud technology,” concludes Pasham.