Cogniflare’s Enterprise cloud acceleration tools and methodologies are geared towards accelerating transformation and migration programmes from OnPrem to Cloud. Key challenges faced by CXO level stakeholders in moving to cloud are the time taken for transformation/migration programmes, the associated technical complexity, awaiting business commitments, holding all the key programmes during the transformation and lack of predictability.
Cogniflare addresses all these challenges directly by using proven cloud acceleration methodologies, agile delivery, flexible roadmap and tested tools. Our methodology and tools are underpinned by following key principles and ethos:
Cogniflare can help build a cloud foundation and bootstrap operations for any size enterprise within a short period of time, based on the experience and niche expertise of Cogniflare. We have experience with multiple cloud partners and multiple cloud products, which puts us ahead of the curve from our competition
Cogniflare has developed unique self service accelerators bridging the gap between access and control, and speeds up access to data assets, and provisioning of new data assets / infrastructure.
Large organizations generally tend to have a very complex network set-up on-prem and usually try to implement network controls with a similar thought process which may not be efficient and brings in agility and scalability challenges. Also there might be longer lead times on establishing a physical network connectivity between data centers of the organization and the data centre of CSP.
Cogniflare’s cloud foundation framework provides a simplified network topology adapting to the core principles of organization with a zero trust security model. Further our framework provide transitional patterns to accelerate cloud adoption in the absence of physical network connectivity
Cogniflare adopts an infrastructure as a code approach with the dimension of dev sec ops that provides the ability to operate at scale but also complying and implementing security controls in a proactive manner. This is again key for accelerated cloud adoption and reducing management overheads.
Cogniflare promotes a shared service model, where development for one part of the organisation can be used by multiple other parts of the organisation too. Shared service can also be defined in terms of repeatable usage of a produced artefact by multiple consumers of the same organisation. Example : user profile, security access, encryption, decryption, anonymisation, deanonymization all of these can be consumed by any project/department from a shared infrastructure / service
As the cloud footprint increases the costs incurred could exponentially increase if not managed properly and thus may not be sustainable to operate. Operational hub enables enterprises to just not manage their spend but the usage across different data and compute services in the cloud, followed by workload, access and security optimisation.
Zero Trust is a security concept centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters and instead must verify anything and everything trying to connect to its systems before granting access.
The strategy around Zero Trust boils down to don’t trust anyone. We’re talking about, cut off all access until the network knows who is calling. Don’t allow access to IP addresses, machines, etc. it is established who the user is and what level of access must be given to that user.