Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud? (Part 2 of 2)

What are the advantages of a public cloud?Why are prudent tech providers moving to a cloud native architecture?How important is a cloud-agnostic architecture? by AuthorIn the previous blog post Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud? (Part 1 of 2) I had explained the rational behind cloud computing as a go-to strategy, as well as certain limitations of a private cloud for certain kinds of applications. Here we consider the key solution for this problem. As always, the strategy advocates for every company to focus on its own core strengt...
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Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud? (Part 1 of 2)

A lot of technology leaders seem to think that a public cloud is unsafe for sensitive operations like banking and finance, which by extension would mean any industry involving commerce on the web, such as retail. You can engineer the Cloud Network the way you need with maximum compliance based on your regulatory needs. by Author Recently, the cloud based delivery strategy of IBS received a tremendous boost at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Warriors event. As a pioneer in deploying mission critical applications on the AWS cloud, our digital travel solution stood out for the innovative archi...
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How ‘Open’ is your innovation strategy?

​"The world is changing very fast. Big will not beat small anymore. It will be the fast beating the slow" - Rupert MurdochFor years, the secret sauce for driving innovation in firms has been to hire the best and invest heavily in R&D. Not only were companies able to discover the best ideas with the brightest talent, but they were also able to market and protect these ideas and in turn reinvest to keep the wheel turning. Has this scenario changed today though? Challenging R&D environments, mounting costs and competitive pressures are driving companies to reconsider their innovation...
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Global travel & transportation networks on a shared platform

With a variety of travel options to compare from multiple providers, booking through the travel websites has always been a wonderful user experience. Key to this user experience is attributed to the GDS networks – the platform where airlines, hotels, cruises and automobile rental companies seamlessly interact over the internet to provide details (availability & fare) and accept bookings from travel management companies, online travel agents and large corporations. While there is so much advancement made in the 'booking and distribution' aspects of GDS (richer content, bundled & un...
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Unlocking the digital traveler

From chatbots, smart luggage options, beacons to virtual assistants... travelers today have more research and booking options at their fingertips than ever before. They're looking for more information and expect it to be at their fingertips to help guide them in their decision making process. As the era of the digital traveler takes on, the industry needs to be prepared in keeping pace with offering its users the always-connected experience.Here we've compiled some of the latest trends we believe will drive the growth in technology in turn dominating digital experiences for today's traveler:En...
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