Netsmartz expertise enabled a fintech company to seamlessly migrate from on-premises Openshift to Amazon EKS, upgrade VM microservices, integrate Lambda and API Gateway for credit card APIs, and leverage PingOne SSO and CyberArk for enhanced security.
The client, a fintech company specializing in payment solutions, aimed to modernize its infrastructure and enhance security while optimizing services. They partnered with us to migrate from on-premises Openshift to Amazon EKS, upgrade microservices, and integrate serverless components for credit card APIs.
15 Developers, 3 DevOps Engineers
While undertaking this endeavor, we recognized multiple challenges like:
Netsmartz followed the following process to fulfill the requirements of the client:
At Netsmartz, we conducted a detailed analysis of the project’s scope and requirements to determine the appropriate resources to be assigned to the project.
The team was provided training for a week before they started working with the client. This involved understanding the client’s niche and requirements. The learning curve enabled them to generate 95% accuracy.
At Netsmartz, we prioritize listening to our client’s feedback and concerns. We responded promptly to client feedback, acknowledging receipt and providing action updates. This allowed us to maintain a strong client relationship and ensured that we addressed any concerns or issues they may have promptly and effectively.
Netsmartz achieved transformative outcomes for the client’s operations: a seamless migration from on-prem Openshift to EKS, ensuring Kubernetes scalability; phased microservice upgrades and VM-to-Openshift migration for modernized services; optimized credit card API integration via Lambda and API Gateway; elevated security with PingOne SSO and CyberArk; streamlined processes with Terraform, Ansible, and CI/CD; and compliant, secure handling of sensitive data. This DevOps collaboration empowered the fintech to enhance efficiency, scalability, and security, fostering innovation in the competitive landscape.