Cloudvisory is predominantly a specialist in effective implementation of AWS, but the firm also offers assistance in the utilization of other cloud platforms such as the Microsoft Azure, Kubernetes, and OpenStack for its clients in an enterprise-specific manner. The firm’s flexible solutions integrate seamlessly with APIs of all these leading cloud service providers. “The adoption of current public cloud infrastructure options over legacy systems poses several challenges for businesses. Of these, vendor lock-in is the foremost concern for most enterprises, which has prompted several enterprises to seek the services from at least two cloud providers to meet their requirements,” says Lisun Kung, CEO of Cloudvisory.
The Cloudvisory Security Platform (CSP) has been instrumental in the identification of organizational risks associated with hybrid and multi-cloud environments
An additional challenge for organizations looking to revamp their data management mechanism by migrating to a virtual public platform is seamless integration with their legacy control systems. “The reality is that these legacy controls are not required because the public and private cloud providers have very robust and granular native security controls. These cloud controls need to be configured for the applications to work in the cloud,” adds Kung.
From a business operations perspective, Cloudvisory had observed that compliance is a common issue, which most organizations that have chosen public cloud infrastructure models have encountered. Lisun Kung opines that many organizations do not inspect the scope of a cloud model in fulfilling their requirements. The Cloudvisory CEO also adds that his organization discovered the repercussions of these deployment threats early on. Hence, they considered these cloud deployment hurdles as an opportunity to tailor their solutions, make them enterprise specific, and eventually thrive.