Cloud Application Development Services

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Making a Choice

How to choose the right cloud computing service model?

Three cloud computing service models for your business:
SaaS IaaS PaaS
Managed by you Software data and apps, platform OS, runtime, and middleware Software (hosted applications)
Managed by your vendor Everything related to your software, infrastructure, and platform Infrastructure management (servers, storage, networking and data center) Infrastructure and platform development and management
Managed by you Managed by your vendor
SaaS Everything related to your software, infrastructure, and platform
IaaS Software data and apps, platform OS, runtime, and middleware Infrastructure management (servers, storage, networking and data center)
PaaS Software (hosted applications) Infrastructure and platform development and management
Software as a Service (SaaS) fits organizations that want to:
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) fits organizations that want to:
Platform as a Service (PaaS) fits organizations that want to:

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Deployment Models

How to choose the right cloud deployment model?

There are three different cloud computing deployment models: public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud.

Public Cloud

Managed by third-party cloud service providers that offer compute, storage, and network resources over the internet to users

Private Cloud

Built, managed, and owned by a single organization and privately hosted in their own on-premise data centers

Hybrid Cloud

Combines public and private cloud models to provide the security and compliance capabilities commonly found in private cloud architectures
Software as a Service (SaaS) fits organizations that want to:
Private cloud is suitable for:
Hybrid cloud is suitable for:

Migration Checklist

Checklist for organizations to plan cloud migration journey

Migrating existing services to the cloud as well as provisioning new workloads in the cloud require careful planning and preparation. With the right cloud migration planning, IT leaders can reduce the complexity, save time, and mitigate risks during the migration process. This checklist presents the various phases of cloud migration along with the activities to track in each stage.
#1 Workload analysis: Assess your system’s cloud readiness, complexity, application dependencies, impact of migration, hosting and resource requirements, order of apps or services to be migrated to cloud, support from your on-prem vendor during cloud migration, and restrictions to adapt to cloud, among others.
#2 Cloud migration strategy and roadmap: Choose the right migration strategy, cloud service provider, and migration tool based on your requirements.
#3 Proof of Concept test before actual migration: Running a POC before officially migrating the workloads to cloud will allow IT teams to make the essential customizations. It helps analyze the cloud environment prerequisites for migration, simulate the real-world to test the performance, and run tests to keep cloud budgets in line.
#4 Migrating workloads to the cloud: This stage involves prioritizing workloads for migration, testing new deployments thoroughly, and directing user traffic to the new cloud environment.
#5 Optimizing and fine-tuning the new cloud environment: The cloud environment can be optimized based on the organization’s operational usage patterns. Workloads can be monitored constantly to identify over-utilized and under-utilized cloud services to optimize resource utilization and reduce billing overages. The old on-prem work environment can be closed/ decommissioned after solving the issues occurring during migration.

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Pros & Cons of Cloud

Benefits and risks of cloud adoption


Ensuring Cloud Security

Best practices for CIOs and CTOs to ensure cloud security

Cloud Costs & ROI

Factors that influence cloud costs and ROI

What drives cloud costs?
What drives cloud ROI?

Fingent’s Approach

Cloud native development and application modernization

Fingent’s approach to cloud native development
Fingent’s approach to application modernization

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Success stories

Cloud-driven business transformation: Fingent’s success stories

1. Net lease trading platform development
A leading investment brokerage firm partnered with Fingent to reap the benefits of data-backed decision-making. We helped them create a net lease trading platform that improved the volume of commercial real estate market transactions and sales.
2. B2B ecommerce platform development
Fingent assisted Kogland, a leading B2B supplier of medical equipment and consumables, to upgrade and transform their online marketplace. The new ecommerce platform makes healthcare procurement easy and fast for Kogland.


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