The true potential of the cloud is unleashed through powerful, delightful, and resilient applications. But there is no such thing like a “typical cloud application.” Different choices of cloud computing technologies and platforms exist for a reason; they each address specific use cases and needs. Whether you are building a Cloud-native application from the ground-up or modernizing/migrating existing applications to Cloud-native platforms, HCL integrates Cloud engineering competency across a wide gamut of proven cloud technologies and domains to help you design, develop, integrate, and launch effective applications.
CLOUD-NATIVE APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN, AND BUILD (12-FACTOR APPS)
Our 2000+ Cloud-trained architects, platform engineers, and software developers have engineered some effective, delightful, and resilient Cloud-native applications for more than 100 customers. With real-world experience in modern application technologies such as APIs, micro-services, containers, low-code tools, Big Data integration, and expertise in continuous delivery (DevOPs) approaches, our experts can help you rapidly turn around powerful applications that run natively on the cloud.
APPLICATION RUNTIME PLATFORM DESIGN, INTEGRATION, AND BUILD
Cloud applications derive their power from underlying Cloud platforms. But choosing, configuring, and integrating the right set of Cloud platform technologies is a complex task. HCL teams leverage strategic partnerships and real-world expertise with leading Cloud platforms such as Pivotal CloudFoundry, Microsoft Azure, AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Docker, Mesosphere, OpenShift and others to help our customers establish powerful Cloud-native platforms.
APPLICATION MIGRATION (6R METHODOLOGY) TO TARGET CLOUD PLATFORM
Every application, no matter how customized, unique, or legacy, will benefit from being run natively on the cloud. While in certain cases, “lift and shift” can work – more often than not, moving applications to the cloud is a carefully considered and planned procedure based on various source and target factors. Driven by an assessment framework, our engineers chose the right approach for moving your applications to the cloud: Rehost, Refactor, Revise, Replatform, Rebuild, or Replace.