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Cloud significantly accelerates the business’ response to challenges like scalability and availability while significantly optimizing cost. DevOps creates a collaborative environment between developers and IT for improved efficiency, reduced development lifecycles, and faster time to market. Combined, these workflows facilitate a seismic change in the cloud development approach—business unit needs are met more quickly, learnings are integrated more consistently, and costs from testing to deployment are reduced dramatically.

Cloud Migration Enablement

As customers require more personalized attention and operations become increasingly complex, the Cloud has transformed from a nice to have to a must have. Adopting the Cloud is table stakes for any business that wants to compete in today’s market.


  • Optimizing systems for maximum speed and efficiency, decreasing friction and costs
  • Creating a space to store mountains of data
  • Increasing efficiency with backend systems that can handle a large amount of traffic
  • Saving time and money by allowing automation operations in the cloud
  • Increasing mobility and wireless operations for global users


DevOps delivers efficient deployment: it is now possible to realize software development and deployment in a matter of weeks versus months or even quarters. It also equates to efficient day-to-day operations that scale over the long-term. DevOps integrates development, quality engineering, and operations to speed software releases and ensure app reliability. DevOps provides an agile cycle that gets you results faster, with less risk.


  • Decreasing time-to-market and increasing ROI
  • Increased efficiency across the business
  • Augmented collaboration between teams with sharing of integral components

Cloud Security

Security remains at the top of mind for all companies—especially those that store data in the Cloud. Cloud providers and platforms offer a certain degree of cloud-native security, but it is not comprehensive nor is it tailored to a specific business, its unique set of needs, or its corporate security posture.


  • Ensuring the security of your software—and their data
  • Keeping your business reputation immaculate by avoiding cyberattacks
  • Creating a custom solution to your business’s priorities within the shared responsibility model of the cloud

Our expertise

Planning and assessing cloud adoption, migration, and optimization requires a deep understanding of your current system—how it works, why, and how to make it better. Our cloud experts provide a clear process to lift and shift, re-platform or re-architecture operations without sacrificing time or cost.

  1. 01Best-in-Class Service

    • 500+ certified cloud experts
    • 300+ associates in our Cloud DevOps Competence Group
    • 900+ engineers with cloud experience, including specific cloud providers
    • GCP, AWS and MSFT preferred partners

  2. 02The SoftServe Difference

    • Guide your company through a Cloud Journey with assessment, engineering, and delivery
    • Provide detailed roadmap strategy to successfully adopt the cloud across the enterprise
    • Identify the ideal cloud provider, services, and add-ons to your specific business
    • Execute a sound multi-year cloud transformation strategy
    • Tailor your bespoke cloud strategy


  1. Cloud & DevOps

    Cloud adoption is inevitable for every business that wants to remain relevant and competitive. DevOps creates a collaborative environment between developers and IT for improved efficiency, reduced development lifecycles, and time to market. Combined, these workflows facilitate a seismic change in the cloud development approach

  2. Big Data & Analytics

    Big data is the centerpiece for digital business transformation. It can make customer interaction more impactful, answer critical business questions, as well as highlight areas for cost efficiency and opportunities for growth. Many enterprises are unsure how to harness the power of big data—in fact many are unsure where to begin.

  3. AI & ML

    Processes and operations are becoming smarter, affording businesses the ability to increase both productivity and efficiency. Artificial intelligence (AI), powered by machine learning (ML), makes technology smarter and harder working. It allows businesses to operate quickly, efficiently, and with higher impact—at scale.

  4. IoT

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way the world interacts with itself. Technological solutions that at once seem out of reach are now fast becoming realities. To capitalize on IoT, companies need to invest in application solutions and connected products that enable disruptive, relevant, and frictionless user engagements.

  5. Experience Design

    Bringing a service or product to market starts with an understanding of human experience—the customer experience. What gets their attention? What motivates continuous engagement? What inspires loyalty? Success lies in creating desirable, useful—and sustainable—experiences.

  6. Cybersecurity

    Digital attacks are increasing in sophistication and it is not enough to simply have a static, reactive security system in place. Keeping ahead of threats require proactive monitoring systems, business customization, dynamic processes and constant vigilance.

  7. Blockchain

    Blockchain technology is surpassing simple financial applications, offering operational and cost efficiencies across all industries. This cryptographic nodular record-keeping offers higher security, transparency and independence wherever data is concerned.

  8. Experience Platforms

    SiteCore, Salesforce, Magento. Platforms designed for scalable marketing and sales enablement. Planning and implementation means the difference between increasing your ROI and wasting precious time and resources.

  9. Extended Reality (XR)

    Virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) technologies have moved beyond futuristic entertainment and into business-critical applications. Intelligent devices now understand context, monitor physiology, and motivate users to achieve goals and address specific business challenges.

  10. Core services

    Technology opens new doors to customer intimacy, product innovation, and revenue streams. Yet with all the promise of new technologies and their applications, without proper management, technology is just another source of overhead, often creating more work than it’s worth