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Unlock The Power Of The Cloud. Embrace Cloud-Native

Cloud-native deployments are designed to fully utilize the advantages of cloud environments.  

Key characteristics include:

  • Microservices: Decomposing applications into smaller, independently deployable services.
  • Containers: Packaging applications and dependencies into portable units (Docker is common).
  • Orchestration (often Kubernetes): Automating container deployment, scaling, and management.
  • DevOps and CI/CD: Continuous integration/continuous deployment pipelines for rapid development and release cycles.
Securing Beyond Boundaries
At Kraft Software Solutions, we are committed to offering high-quality Cybersecurity Services to protect your digital presence and valuable assets. We take a proactive approach to cybersecurity, aiming to identify and address vulnerabilities before they turn into threats. Our support is available 24/7 to resolve any issues and ensure the security of your systems.
  • Security Consulting- Strategic insights for robust cybersecurity strategies.
  • Application & Network Security Evaluation- In-depth analysis to identify vulnerabilities.
  • Penetration Testing- Simulated attacks to assess system defenses.
  • Technical support –OS and Software- OS and Software Continuous support for a secure operating environment.
  • Robustness and Vulnerability Scan- Proactive scanning for vulnerabilities and robustness testing.
  • Risk Advisory- Expert guidance on risk mitigation and compliance.
  • Manages Incident Response and Digital Forensics- Swift response and forensic analysis in case of security incidents.

Deployment approaches when migrating to cloud-native

Lift and Shift
Taking an existing application and running it in the cloud with minimal changes (often on virtual machines). This is required when we need a quick move to the cloud, often as a first step before modernization.
Refactoring (or Re-architecting)
Breaking down an application into microservices, making it more scalable and cloud friendly. This can be used when the organizations want to maximize cloud benefits (resiliency, scalability), and existing architecture is a bottleneck.
Cloud-Native Greenfield Development
Building an application from scratch using cloud-native principles (microservices, containers, etc.). This approach is used when you are starting a new project and want the full cloud-native advantages. These applications are designed to fully leverage the scalability, resilience, speed, and innovation potential offered by the cloud.

Core Cloud Service Models

Organizations migrate from On-premise to IaaS as this eliminates the need to purchase, upgrade and maintain the physical servers and data centers. When there is a requirement for increasing or decreasing resources based on need, we can scale them accordingly. It has a very good approach to disaster recovery as it enables easy replication of infrastructure and data to different cloud regions. IaaS also deploys servers closer to your users in different geographic regions for reduced latency. This way when an organization spends less time focusing on the infrastructure, it ultimately focus on development and innovation.
PaaS provides middleware services and runtime environments necessary for building and running applications laying the path for simplified development and deployment. The pre-configured environments and tools streamline the process and shorten release cycles. PaaS platforms have an enhanced scaling feature that handles the incoming spikes in traffic efficiently. With all the available services, organizations will have reduced operational overhead.
The SaaS provider manages the infrastructure, software updates, security, and backups, freeing up your IT team. These applications are accessible from anywhere with an internet connection, making them ideal for distributed systems and remote work. Another feature is quick deployment, as there are no lengthy setups required. It is highly scalable, and the organization can easily add or remove users as needed without worrying about the hardware requirements.

Key Considerations

Choosing the right cloud service model involves balancing the following:

  • Control vs. Convenience: IaaS offers more control, SaaS offers the most convenience. PaaS is in between.
  • Technical Expertise: IaaS requires the most in-house management skills.
  • Legacy Systems: Some may be better suited for IaaS (lift and shift), while refactoring may be necessary to fully leverage PaaS and SaaS benefits.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is cybersecurity important for my business?
Cybersecurity is crucial for protecting sensitive data, maintaining customer trust, and preventing financial losses due to cyber threats
How often should I conduct penetration testing?
Regular penetration testing, at least annually or after significant system changes, ensures ongoing security resilience.
What is the role of digital forensics in incident response?
Digital forensics helps investigate and analyze security incidents, identifying the root cause and aiding in remediation.
How does managed incident response work?
Our experts provide 24/7 support, ensuring a rapid and effective response to any cybersecurity incidents your business may face.
What industries benefit most from cybersecurity services?
All industries handling sensitive data, including finance, healthcare, and e-commerce, benefit significantly from robust cybersecurity measures.