The Utility Computing services from Almaviva offer to companies a broad range of services and applications tailored to the relevant Business.
Hybrid Cloud by Design
Cloud Transformation Framework
AlmavivA services include, as some of their defining principles, the use of various provisioning models, on-premises and on-Cloud, to offer suitable support for application scenarios combined with regulatory and technical requirements. A management framework designed for multiple scenarios supports customers in Hybrid Cloud scenarios with ease, from Design to Service Assurance.
Through the Cloud Transformation Framework, AlmavivA is capable of generating great value in architectural, applicative, regulatory and infrastructural analysis, designing and directing a path for transformation leading towards new digital paradigms. Such a huge paradigm shift must be acted taking in a great account aspects like change management and return on the investment.
The adoption of models for dynamic usage of the on-Cloud infrastructure requires specific processes for the governance of the related costs and performance. The AlmavivA offering allows the new Workload Governance process to “rise from the ashes” of traditional Capacity Management: new models for chasing the workload curve so that the infrastructural cost is dynamically in line with the application demanded capacity and then with the business.
The proliferation of XaaS services on the market makes the business processes of customers increasingly dependent on multiple vendors, with different operational models and diversified specifications. In this scenario, AlmavivA positions itself as a Service Orchestrator which absorbs the complexities of multi-sourcing by offering its customers a clear view of its services and a strong process governance structure, for optimal balancing with business requirements.
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