Cloud, DevOps and QA Automation services allow enterprise clients to stay ahead of increasing demands from customers and the business
WALNUT CREEK, Calif., April 16, 2019 — Exadel (www.exadel.com), a global leader in digital software engineering solutions, today announced new updates to its Digital Transformation Practice (DTP). The Exadel Digital Transformation Practice brings together expertise in modern application design and development (ADD) and now includes cloud-first and cloud-hybrid design, microservices architecture support, and DevOps and QA Automation services.
From decades of experience working with clients on software development projects, Exadel has developed a packaged solution focused on addressing modern technologies associated with successful digital transformation initiatives. This solution includes best practices around building a Kubernetes-based model for application development complete with automated deployments using the popular open source infrastructure-as-code software tool, Terraform, and baked-in best practices for QA automation and microservices development. Because it uses Terraform, the solution can be deployed to multiple cloud providers – it currently supports AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud.
It is available as a one-size-fits-all solution including:
- Firewall – using Bastion as a secure layer between the public internet and Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
- DMZ – public subnet protecting internal resources
- Kubernetes-based App Infrastructure – deploy Kubernetes and container infrastructure including auto-scaling
- QA Automation Templates – containers hosting Selenium and QA automation technology
- Microservice Development Template – templates for global application service and local application service discovery
- Data Service Connectors – separate subnet for hosting data services for specific cloud providers
Each of these components can also be separated out and deployed independently to accelerate a more traditional DevOps engagement.
“We are excited to expand our Digital Transformation capabilities to better support our enterprise clients and their digital transformation journeys,” said Jonathan Fries, VP Engineering and Digital Transformation at Exadel. “Software engineering trends like cloud migration, decoupling legacy architecture, DevOps tools and practices, and QA Automation must be considered for any organization undergoing a digital transformation. Through more than 20 years of experience, Exadel is able to provide clients a packaged solution aimed at solving their toughest software engineering challenges. We understand that every organization is unique and can custom-fit our services to align with each client’s goals and needs.”
Learn more about Exadel’s DTP capabilities and clients: https://exadel.com/services/digital-transformation/
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For more than 20 years, Exadel has been developing enterprise and custom software solutions for Fortune 500 clients, including AT&T, Samsung, Bank of America, eBay, and GE. With 18 locations and delivery centers across the US and Eastern Europe, Exadel solves the most complex software engineering problems, offering a scalable and skilled mix of onshore and offshore resources at the industry’s most competitive price. Our Digital Software Engineering Solutions (DSES) help chart new digital strategies that are built upon creative thinking, cutting-edge design, and technical innovation. DSES embraces the strengths of diverse global software engineering talent to create and implement strategic, cost-effective services for the new epoch of connected technology.