Cloud Computing Architecture
HCL’s architecture strategies are fundamentally based on non-rigid taxonomies from both technology and product perspectives. While the concept may remain unchanged, the underlying technologies could vary depending upon a customer’s situation, what the market has to offer, and what is in store for all of us in the future. HCL’s cloud computing architecture strategy is also based on these fundamentals.
When we look at today's world which is centered on service-oriented architecture (SOA), a loosely coupled taxonomy is key to the introduction of new and emerging technologies. HCL's Cloud Computing group is continuously engaged in evaluating various technologies that could substitute or complement one another in the reference Cloud Architecture that HCL has built. Our cloud services with reference architecture provide clients flexibility of choice to inculcate new technologies, keeping the core technology competencies intact.