Engineering cloud refers to the use of the cloud for orchestrating and integrating an organization’s engineering functions. Historically cloud adoption was slow in engineering functions due to concerns about performance, intellectual property (IP). As a result, engineering platforms are hosted on inefficient, scale-constrained and costly on-premises infrastructure.

As the post-pandemic world experiences rapid changes, engineering functions are looking at agile, flexible, scalable, robust, and secure infrastructure to run engineering applications. Unfortunately, traditional datacenters are unable to satisfy all these requirements as it implies heavy capital expenditure. On the other hand, cloud offers an agile, scalable, robust and secure infrastructure to run engineering applications.

At Infosys, we help customers run their COTS applications like CAD, PLM, CPQ, PPM, LIMS, IoT/IIoT, or custom develop applications on the cloud. Our Cobalt offering for engineering understands the architecture, performance and security needs of customers and helps them design, migrate and run engineering applications on the cloud. Our partnership with major hyperscalers, combined with our long-standing collaborations with major engineering software vendors, enables our customers’ transition to the cloud smoothly with zero business disruption.

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Key Differentiators

  • Design the cloud infrastructure to run engineering applications
  • Application specific infrastructure sizing
  • Cloud migration (from on-premises to Public/private cloud)
  • Cloud security with scalable solutions adapting to current and future requirements
  • Run support with insights and continuous reporting

Challenges & Solutions

Traditional on-premises datacenters offer rigid infrastructure. On the other hand, Infosys Engineering Cloud offers flexibility and scalability.

  • With Engineering cloud, CAPEX can be converted to OPEX (aside from a one-time migration cost)
  • Infrastructure can be scaled on-demand and released when not required, resulting in cost savings.

Cloud offers multiple services for data security, and with AI powered continuous monitoring, applications and data are well protected. In addition, cloud also provides different levels of encryption to protect the data.

Cloud supports the implementation of state-of-the-art new infrastructure over a short time hence overcoming the challenges of legacy systems.