Why back-end development is so important for Business Success?
If the front-end is the body of your application then the back-end is its brain. The back-end is the nerve center of an application that controls what happens on the server (on-premise and in the cloud). It’s the binding force that constantly sends and receives inputs through the front-end and processes data on the web page while ensuring that everything is well-harmonized.
The fast digitalization process implies a big challenge for organizations in applications and systems development activities. Many times, being able to match past-present-future is a very complex task.
With the speed of the market, it is often necessary to go out with an MVP or do a PoC to ensure the viability of a business idea before investing more resources. A robust and efficient back-end design can be neglected because you think that a good front-end development will be enough.
Kanzo can help you with a back-end design and architecture that allows adequate scalability, interoperability, adaptability, concurrency, and integration.
We can do:
- Solution Architecture
- Actor Model Approach
- Functional Programming
- Algorithms design (AI, Machine Learning)
- DDD (Domain Driven Design)
- MDA (Model Driven Architecture)
- Code generation
CTO as a service
Whether you’re a multinational corporation or a new startup, a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is a vital member for lead your technical and the R&D team.
Every company needs a senior tech-lead to make company-wide decisions for the good of its products and services. There are many technical decisions to be made in any company, from adapting new solutions, knowing what technology to choose, or even when to invest in migration.
CTO as a service (CaaS) is a popular service that many countries worldwide use to improve their business processes. Is a new trend that makes it possible for a company of any size or budget to hire this specialist. CaaS aims to make this position accessible to companies that can’t afford an in-house CTO. Unlike other chief technology officer services initially created for larger companies with bigger budgets, this service is designed to accommodate a startup’s limited budget.
But also, from our point of view, CaaS is something more, it’s physically finding a chief (or group of experienced people as it doesn’t need to be one specific person) that will be responsible for your project/service/technology’s success and will be responsible for delivering it to your clients easily, quickly, and securely.
Kanzo CaaS can help you with:
- Short-term and long-term tech strategy (IT Design, Architect and Governance; Legacy Modernization)
- R&D (Research and Development)
- Technical design & platform selection
- Software QA (Quality Assurance)
- MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and PoC (Proof of Concept)
- Tech Evangelism
In a world where data volumes grow exponentially and business needs constantly change, an enterprise data architecture is a foundation you need to take advantage of all of your data.
In other words, data architecture takes a more global view of an organization’s data to create a framework for data management and usage.Kanzo can help in the process of standardizing how your organization collects, store, transform, distribute, and use data. The goal is to deliver relevant data to people who need it, when they need it, and help them make sense of it.
Our data architecture approach is that a well-designed process puts the business strategists who have the domain expertise and our data engineers who have the technical expertise at the same table. Together, we can determine what data is needed to propel the business forward, how that data can be sourced, and how it can be distributed to provide actionable information for decision-makers.
Increasingly, every part of the business is turning to data and data analytics to make the essential decisions that drive the business forward and help it to be successful and competitive. Without common standards for data integration and data management, organizations will struggle to derive meaningful results from their data.
Kanzo offers data architect services to achieve:
- Defining the data vision
- Defining the data architecture
- Defining a structure that decision-makers can use to create, improve, and optimize data systems.
- Defining data flows
- Scalable data-driven application design
From Kanzo we think that declarative infrastructure and infrastructure as code represent a great advance in the development of systems. The concept of infrastructure may vary depending on your needs, the profile of the team, or the devices where the application is to be deployed.
That is why from Kanzo we ask you, what is infrastructure for you? helping you and understanding what are the elements that make up your infrastructure.
Subsequently, a declarative approach defines the desired state of the system, including what resources you need and any properties they should have, and an IaC tool will configure it for you.
A declarative approach also keeps a list of the current state of your system objects, which makes taking down the infrastructure simpler to manage. An imperative approach instead defines the specific commands needed to achieve the desired configuration, and those commands then need to be executed in the correct order.
Many IaC tools use a declarative approach and will automatically provision the desired infrastructure. If you make changes to the desired state, a declarative IaC tool will apply those changes for you. An imperative tool will require you to figure out how those changes should be applied.
With the development of Cloud Native, project development is getting easier and faster, and code iteration is accelerating. At least, developers move fast by adopting different tools and automation. By reducing developers’ infrastructure customization toils, the Declarative Infrastructure method improves infrastructure development independence, increases developers’ control over tools, and makes iterations faster.
Provisioning infrastructure has historically been a time-consuming and costly manual process. Now infrastructure management has moved away from physical hardware in data centers, though this still may be a component for your organization, to virtualization, containers, and cloud computing.
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) can help your organization manage IT infrastructure needs while also improving consistency and reducing errors and manual configuration.
We can do:
- Transparency and Reproducibility
- Abstract definition of resources
- Centralizing default configuration
- Centralized management of resources
- Centralized management of security and reliability