DevOps is now being frequently linked with enterprise’s profitability and market capitalization. But can the DevOps live up to the expectations? How companies are reacting to the new paradigm? Organizations around the world are beginning to realise that there is a lot to be achieved when development and operations teams collaborate. It is a new cultural change that brings customers and businesses together.
When it comes to code deployment and lead time, DevOps teams are witnessing a high level of success. There has been instances where companies that adopted DevOps has been able to reduce the lead time from months to week. The popularity of agile methodology and cloud adoption are fuelling the growth of DevOps. The areas where the companies stand to gain most are
Deployment Frequency :
According to a study, companies that are following DevOps practices the longest were shipping code up to 30 times faster — and completing deployments up to 8,000 times faster.
Speed of Deployment :
In an IT survey, more than 25% of the companies reported that their teams were able to accelerate time-to-deployment to less than a day. Some Fortune 500 companies have reported that they are now able to move code from developer’s machine to production within hours.
Failure Rate :
A few companies have reported 50% fewer failures from code changes. One of the leading multi-national in the US reported just 0.001% outages from deployment.
Recovery from Failed Deployment :
Almost 75% of the respondents were able to restore service in less than an hour and about 28% were able to restore services within few minutes.
So, whether your company is releasing codes frequently for production or not, DevOps can still be used. Even companies that don’t have frequent releases, are experiencing huge reduction in the cost. Though development, integration, testing, and deployment are key for any software development, the idea behind DevOps is to automate the entire process in order to deliver value to the end user. Recent studies and surveys reveal that there’s a compelling business case for DevOps, with a typical the return on investment (ROI) ranging from about 10 to 100 times.
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Oracle E-Business Suite offers is a fully integrated and comprehensive application that can automate any business processes. Oracle EBS is a feature-rich stand-alone functionality that targets specific business processes or take advantage of integrated features across modules to drive complete operational efficiency. Oracle E-Business Suite provides better business information for effective decision making.
Business owners expect real¬time insights into the health of their business to make informed decisions and remain competitive and profitable. Oracle EBS provides integrated business intelligence features allowing for a complete view of company performance, providing the right data to the right people to support critical business decisions real-time.
Oracle on the cloud
Oracle EBS on the cloud brings a wide range of advantages such as reduced administration cost, robust & scalable infrastructure, secure infrastructure that meets compliance requirements, pay-as-you-go service model, to derive higher cost savings and rapid deployment.
KARYA helps organizations to increase productivity and reduce costs. We help our clients to achieve quicker ROI through our portfolio of pre-built solutions, accelerators, tool kits and integrated business processes. Our expertise and experience results in multiple benefits to our clients:
- Quick implementation/rollout cycle times
- Reduction in total cost of ownership
- Delivery Excellence
- Standardized Processes
- Flexible and Adaptable Approach
- Scalable Platform to support business growth
- Faster time to market and better supportability
- Faster data loads
- Faster report generation
Combining people, products and process strengths, Karya as one of the Oracle Service Providers deliver a high-performance system that is both highly stable and capable of meeting the business needs now and in the future.
KARYA’s Oracle Services
KARYA’s services span the entire project life cycle of the project
- Consulting & Advisory
- Initial Strategy
- Functional Analysis
- Solution Design
- System Configuration
- 24×7×365 Production Support
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Microsoft Dynamics offers a range of integrated, adaptable business management solutions that enables organisations to take decisions with confidence. Microsoft Dynamics’ ERP offerings are aimed at automating and streamlining financial, customer relationship and supply chain processes of your organisations.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions empower people to anticipate and embrace change so that business can innovate and grow. It increases the efficiency of the organisation by making the critical business information available for the right people at the right time.
While ERPs can bring about a huge change in how your business is run, an ideal ERP should be simple use and also provide the agility you need to expand business. Choosing the right solution is very crucial for any organisation as ERP implementations are not only risky and complex, the perceived failure rates are also very high.
A research done by Gartner points out that “an estimated 20% to 25% of ERP projects fail outright (late and/or over budget, failed to deliver any benefits, or abandoned). A further 50% to 60% are perceived as having failed because they are considered compromised by the organization in some way.
Though Microsoft Dynamics offers a wide range of ERPs catering to various business needs, Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics AX are more popular and choosing between them requires good understanding about the business needs and goals.
Both Dynamics NAV and Dynamics AX are highly customizable, flexible and offer high scalability for the businesses that are operating from one centralized or multiple decentralized locations.
The primary aim of this article is to shed some light on how both the applications differ from each other in terms of functionality and technology. This ready reckoner can be a good starting point to understand how these robust applications can solve your business problems.
If you still have difficulty in choosing the right Dynamics ERP solution, please get in touch with our experts at Karya who can guide you to choose the right ERP solutions that aligns best with your organization’s current and future needs.
A survey carried out by an US-based data integration company involving 200 business intelligence professionals finds that 51 percent of them are ‘strongly considering’ moving all ETL processes to the cloud.
While many organizations are still relying heavily on existing on-premise IT for ETL, the desire to shift to a more cloud-based model is growing stronger.
Cloud ETL offers a host of benefits over on-premise, from increased agility in resource deployment to reduced costs. As such, the cloud is an increasingly attractive option from both a performance and operational perspective.
Biggest Challenges :
The study also reveals that the biggest challenges were in making data ready for analysis.
Over 55% say integrating data from different platforms, followed by transforming, cleansing and formatting incoming data (39%), integrating relational and non-relational data (32%), and the sheer volume of data that needs to be managed (21%) at any given time.
As a business manager you should be more concerned about the information rather than making the data ready for analysis. To know how Karya can drastically reduce your data burden, please mail us at email@example.com
While Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) technology allows for a seamless integration of information from various sources, it has its own set of challenges when it involves cloud. The biggest part of the challenge is ‘security’.
It would be more pertinent to ask where should the ETL tool sit in relation to the data warehouse. Just like how the data can reside onsite (on-premise) or in the cloud, ETL tool can also reside onsite or in the cloud. Irrespective of the fact where it is located, it has to work well with the Business Intelligence platform, which again may exist onsite or in the cloud.
Assuming the data warehouse, BI and ETL are all deployed and floating, then the ETL tool would also exist as a cloud service.
Security in the cloud
Though the job of securing the data may not be the responsibility of the business that uses the cloud service, the link from database to database over IP may pose some worry. We definitely need to secure the most sensitive data using the best encryption methods.
ETL tools are not built to scale. The right tool depends entirely on the infrastructure that’s using it. ETL also involves a great deal of network sophistication. When the complexity of the enterprise BI increases, the ETL tool has to quickly scale up to meet the requirements of the organization.
A weak ETL tool or a bad setup can wreak havoc on consistency and reliability of extracted and loaded data. Once again, if the ETL is hosted in the cloud, there are certain complexities and issues that come along with it. ETL tools, depending on their engines, can handle both small and big data. Choosing the ‘right’ service provider for implementing ETL securely into your process would be the first step for any organization. With an experienced systems implementation partner like Karya, which follows safe and secure practices, you can be rest assured.
To learn how to run data processing and ETL on the cloud quickly from Karya, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The volume, velocity and variety of data are increasing drastically with ever-changing advancing technology. It has become difficult to handle this huge amount of incoming data with the traditional data processing methods. It has thus become mandatory to adopt an effective methodology to extract the derivative worth of information from unprocessed data. Karya’s Big Data services help enterprises bridge the gap between an enormous volume of complex data and the ability to perform an in depth analysis for interpretation and reporting of interactive analytics. With our big data services, we transform business problems into real time insights ultimately resulting in businesses to thrive.
Karya’s Big Data offerings include:
- Strategy Road map, Technology evaluation & recommendations
- Architectural Consulting
- Capacity Planning, Performance
Implementation and Development services which includes
- Data Modeling, Algorithm development
- Develop map reduce code, transformations, custom code
- Data Integration Services
- Search & Document Indexing
- Data Quality and Metadata management
- Reports/Visualizations, Analytics (Machine Learning, Statistical Programming, Text Mining)
Operations, Maintenance and Production Support
- Configuration and Provisioning
- Big Data support and Managed services
- Preventive Maintenance
- Configuration, Security, Policy management
- Backup, Recovery, Archival Support
- Big Data Administration
Big Data security
- Data leak detection
- Application Fraud Analytics
- Security Reporting
Big Data testing
- Installation and Configuration
- Provisioning and automation
Karya builds flexible solutions can be easily integrated with existing systems/applications facilitating the smooth transition of unstructured data to a revived format.
Karya’s Big Data services revolve around the following aspects:
Benefits of our services:
- Bridge gap between complex technologies and successful implementation strategies
- Gain a detailed approach for data analysis
- Obtain results at your fingertips through interactive dashboards
- Get valuable insights and accelerate decision making duration
- Controlled total cost of ownership
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Businesses are fast adapting to mobile paced applications taking maximum benefit of enterprise mobility. Users demand necessary information at their fingertips. Retailers take advantage of mobility, providing customer centric information and delivering effective customer experiences. With this kind of instant information, retailers enable customers to make quick and informed decisions while on the go.
A promising Shopping Experience…on Mobile!
With ample scope to integrate mobile technologies into retail, Karya focuses on enhancing the in-store environment. Accessing enterprise applications through mobile devices enables retailers to obtain timely access to data, information based on specific requirements resulting in a closely knit relationship with customers. Karya owns a certified team of experts in Enterprise Mobility, with specific focus on the retail space. Karya’s retail solutions include mobile applications which can be used for checking pricing and availability of products, checking order status along with product search management. We also provide access to relevant applications fully based on specific requirements of the customers. With Karya’s solutions, the retailer is able to target customers with compelling and convincing promotional offers based on location of store and reach of customers to the store.
Karya’s Enterprise Mobility offerings include:
Shaping a new Paradigm to in-store shopping experience…
Karya has taken the plunge into yet another emerging technology….iBeacons. iBeacons connect customers…. the technology way. Karya’s iBeacons let customers view the Retail world through their smartphones. With iBeacons, Karya initiates an endless set of possibilities for richer and personalized customer experiences. We allow mobile interactions, contactless payments, in-venue analytics, self-guided tours, indoor way finding based on proximity of the user from the store. iBeacons are widely used to build apps especially in the retail industry for a wider adoption of technology and to set the path for an augmented customer journey.
A case study:
One of the largest telecom service providers in Asia wanted to allow its subscribers to be able to perform transactions through their mobile phones. Karya developed a mobile wallet and payment solution for the telecom service provider. With this solution, subscribers were able to store money and perform commercial transactions through their mobile phones which included purchasing merchandize, payment of bills and ticket booking. With Karya’s solution, the telecom service provider was able to obtain a good exposure of the banking domain along with the opportunity to reach out to the rural areas by providing monetary investments and transactions at a competitive pricing.