DevOps Automation can be challenging, especially for enterprises that deal with strict compliance requirements like those in the financial services sector. Stelligent and AWS frequently work together with many large financial services enterprises to help incorporate their capabilities securely on the AWS Cloud. From security of the source code used to trigger builds, to the insertion of strict business controls at run time, and out to the continuous inspection of the running infrastructure to ensure compliance, we are helping to build capabilities that are enabling them to run their business faster and safer on AWS.
Stelligent, is an AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced Consulting Partner and holds an AWS DevOps Competency. DevOps Competency Partners have deep capabilities and demonstrated past performance helping customers transform their business to be more efficient and agile leveraging the AWS platform and DevOps principles, particularly around continuous integration, continuous delivery, and configuration management.
Digital Transformation on AWS for Financial Services
How can financial services companies provide superior outcomes for customers and increase their competitive edge in the market? Learn how Stelligent worked with several financial services organizations to digitally transform their IT infrastructure and applications on AWS.
Hedge Funds: Learn how one global hedge fund takes an automate everything approach to technology and enables its traders to make quicker and more successful business decisions through an automated reporting and analytics platform developed by Stelligent on AWS.
Retail Banking: Learn how a global retail bank worked with Stelligent to take advantage of automation on AWS and drive new products to market rapidly for the benefit of its customers.
Global Banking: Learn how Stelligent helped one global bank realize the potential benefits it could gain through microservices and pipeline automation on AWS.
Stock Exchange: A major stock exchange turned to Stelligent for help re-architecting and optimizing legacy applications to run on AWS and drive agility. Learn how Stelligent embedded with the company’s engineering team and evaluated thousands of lines of code to rewrite and replatform 11 business-critical applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.
Insurance: Learn how a large insurance company worked with Stelligent to automate the deployment and configuration of AWS infrastructure and business-critical applications to shorten developer feedback loops and increase its speed-to-market.
AWS re:Invent 2016: DevOps Pipeline Security — How To Use AWS To Secure Your DevOps Pipeline Like A Bank
Featuring: AWS, Stelligent and Citi.
Continuous Delivery can be challenging, especially for enterprises that deal with strict compliance requirements like those in the financial services sector. AWS and Stelligent frequently work together with many large Financial Services Enterprises to help incorporate their capabilities securely on the Cloud. From security of the source code used to trigger builds, to the insertion of strict business controls at run time, and out to the continuous inspection of the running infrastructure to ensure compliance, we are helping to build capabilities that are enabling them to run their business faster and safer on AWS.
AWS re:Invent 2015: Infrastructure as Code — Enabling Your Enterprise
Featuring: Featuring: AWS, Stelligent and Radian.
While many organizations have started to automate their software develop processes, many still engineer their infrastructure largely by hand. Treating your infrastructure just like any other piece of code creates a “programmable infrastructure” that allows you to take full advantage of the scalability and reliability of the AWS cloud. This session will walk through practical examples of how AWS customers have merged infrastructure configuration with application code to create application-specific infrastructure and a truly unified development lifecycle. You will learn how AWS customers have leveraged tools like CloudFormation, orchestration engines, and source control systems to enable their applications to take full advantage of the scalability and reliability of the AWS cloud, create self-reliant applications, and easily recover when things go seriously wrong with their infrastructure..