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Logicworks – Cloud Native and SaaS Enablement

Logicworks offers a unique set of AWS architectural best practices, spanning Cloud Native applications and SaaS enablement.

Logicworks is an enterprise cloud automation and managed service provider with 25 years of experience helping enterprises transform their IT.

AWS & Azure customers leverage Logicworks expertise and Cloud Reliability Platform to improve time-to-cloud, proactively prevent issues, and enable scale.

They provide continuity of care, resiliency, and the framework for Site Reliability Engineering to help bridge the gap between developers and operations.

Cloud Native

Logicworks offers a specialism in key Cloud Native. Logicworks architects and builds Kubernetes, AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) environments on a custom basis for each client.

Over hundreds of successful containerized cloud deployments, Logicworks has established a discovery and design methodology. Our Solution Architects perform an in-depth technical discovery.

In the feature video watch Logicworks Cloud Solution Architect, Shawn Sills, present on Building Cloud Native Architectures in Microsoft Azure & AWS to Support Application Migration & Modernization Efforts.

Shawn breaks down the different types of Cloud Native Solutions, the differences between microservices, containers, and serverless, and the benefits and challenges of these options.

SaaS Enablement

Their SaaS guide offers explores how software companies can use the power of AWS to achieve their goals for tenant isolation, compliance, and agility.

It will also provide resources for kickstarting your own AWS projects, including real-life architecture diagrams and CloudFormation templates for SaaS companies that built high-performing AWS environments.

In this blog, they describe the factors key to achieving success with SaaS. From multi-regulatory compliance to multi-account architectures, SaaS applications require a unique set of AWS architectural best practices.

Building a fully-automated AWS infrastructure is complex, and most SaaS companies want their team to focus on delivering better software — not configuring and managing infrastructure. That’s why companies turn to Logicworks, they have deep expertise working with SaaS companies to build, refresh, and manage their AWS environments.

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