The Infosys Cloud practice develops cloud native applications using open standards for interoperability. We combine 12-Factor App principles with industry-specific templates and reference design / prescriptive architecture to accelerate applications, transaction processing and workflows. Pre-integration with reference implementations and enterprise use cases simplifies development of cloud native applications.
Our cloud specialists reengineer monolithic applications by harvesting the business logic and reusing it in the micro services architecture. Our approach minimizes reengineering effort as well as costs, and makes applications ready for the hybrid cloud. We create APIs to wrap legacy applications, including mainframe solutions, for migration to cloud native or hybrid cloud environments. Seamless API integration enhances the user experience for business users and partners.
The Infosys Cloud practice has a repository of reference implementation on containerized platforms such as Docker, Kubernetes and CloudFoundry as well as PaaS models on AWS Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Containerized platforms and lightweight services ensure cloud elasticity while enabling autonomous services at runtime. Our dashboards manage cloud native services and facilitate real-time monitoring of business processes.
Infosys Cloud Native Development Services modernize ecosystems with enterprise-grade frameworks, open source components and micro services runtime platforms.
Thought paper: Cloud native apps provide compelling benefits
Applications built on cloud native technologies are auto-scalable. Moreover, they can be easily deployed, adapted and upgraded.
Domain-driven design approach decomposes applications into business-centric services for easy consumption and rationalization of costs.
Loosely coupled autonomous services deployed via server-less architecture / container runtime boost performance as well as resilience.
Business-IT integration and end-to-end DevOps automation enable application deployment without business downtime.