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- Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS and Headless have secured their place in the business world. These concepts have existed in their own right for some time and are already fairly well known, but the umbrella term MACH is new. Will it soon be mentioned in the same breath as Cloud and SaaS? And when will it be worth investing in it? Find out in this white paper.Read more
How valuable is MACH for your organisation?MACH: Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS and Headless; a concept that’s suddenly in the spotlight. Although the separate concepts are well-known and not quite new, an umbrella concept is now attached to this technical view. Does ‘MACH’ constitute the new ‘Cloud’, and could it be just as influential as ‘SaaS’, or would that be giving it too much credit? IO Technology Director Friso Geerlings anticipates that MACH will present a complex challenge that will also provide companies with a focus on an incomparable and omni-channel customer experience with plenty of value.Read more
Is your organisation ready for MACH? 7 questions and answersMACH is nothing like a classic (on-premise or IaaS) platform in terms of organisational requirements. Before exploring the options of working with MACH or actually starting to work with it, every organisation should start by asking themselves various questions.Read more
Flexibility and a shorter time-to-market with container technologyToday, structural IT decisions often require substantial investments, but they are also more important than ever when it comes to achieving your business objectives. The right vendor choice is not only important in terms of set-up and implementation, it is also essential to remain future-proof. Scalability and flexibility are necessary for the continuity of your business and structural IT decisions you make are the basis of this. There are two modern ways to achieve this: with serverless and with container technology. Serverless requires less infrastructure and networking knowledge, whereas container technology is less vendor-dependent. In this blog, we will explain how container technology can offer a solution.Read more
Financial Institutions and the complexity of Public Cloud Done-RightFinancial Institutions (FIs) like banks, payment service providers and insurers, operating in a highly regulated market, inhabit an atmosphere of constant tension between 'legacy' and 'state-of-the-art' ideas when it comes to user experiences, software, and application deployment & infrastructure.Read more
Challenging business logic problems? 6 reasons why Azure is the right cloud platformFlexible scalability, the right toolbox for business logic, the availability of specialists, data-driven work and appealing pricing. These are some of the reasons why companies are increasingly turning to public cloud integration platforms to build their business and integration layer – better known as iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service). Like Microsoft’s Azure Integration Services (AIS), for instance. Technology Director Friso Geerlings zooms in on the power and practicality of Azure, especially for business integration and processes.Read more
Composable architecture: how agile can one go?The composable approach to architecture is known for its flexibility, scalability and the freedom it offers. However, many organisations have to deal with legacy, are tied to long-term contracts with software providers or simply don’t have the right people and in-house processes. So how do you switch from a traditional IT architecture to a composable one? This article gives you a realistic insight into this transition.Read more
Composable architecture provides business agilityComposable architectures are gaining traction and credibility as the most efficient way to respond to future user expectations. Unlike a suite approach, where a single vendor supplies all the software components you need, composable architectures focus on composing small, loosely coupled components and using existing best-of-breed technology that can be integrated to form innovative solutions and work together to supply the optimal customer experience across different channels.Read more
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The newest state-of-the-art technology doesn’t need to be accompanied by pricey updates that create operational challenges for your organisation. With Cloud-based technology, you can optimise operational costs, up or downscale flexibly and utilise the benefits of cloud infrastructure. But even with ‘traditional hosting’, you can focus on innovation and a boost in company growth.
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IT issues and downtime are huge challenges in the digital age. A managed services model expands your capacity with technical experts and ensures constant online activity, as well as IT training and 24/7 support.
With the Cloud, you rely on a large server network in highly secure data centres, where the total capacity is part of your potential. As your organisation grows, that also applies to your applications. No pricey upgrades that only fit your needs with time.
The quickest road to technical innovation runs through the Cloud. For instance, you can play into big data’s potential, better understand the customer journey and even integrate AI with cloud-native technology. Storage maintenance and supply chain management, too, can be optimised with cloud tech.
MACH - how do you know if it's right for your business?
7 questions to determine whether MACH is right for your business
About MACH: microservices, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS and Headless
What is the value of MACH?
MACH architecture: how do you prepare your company for it?
MACH is an ideal investment if you want to set up a unique omnichannel experience for your customers. It's worth bearing in mind that setting up a MACH architecture involves much more than simply using an online SaaS platform.
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