Accelerating your cloud strategy
Definitive Logic has been instrumental in empowering our customers to achieve agility, exceptional performance and cost savings — all while maintaining the desired security posture as they move to a cloud-driven strategy. Our secret sauce is our dedicated and unique Cloud Service Adoption strategies and methodologies. Through advanced cloud architecture expertise and inter-connected workflows, internal silos are smashed and dots are connected, creating more efficient and effective processes for conducting operations in the hybrid and public clouds.
We specialize in analyzing, planning and migrating workloads to the Cloud, simplifying management, reducing operational costs and providing a future-proof computing architecture. We move federal agency processes and applications into the cloud, using agile-based services to strategically and quickly deploy and adjust to changing business needs.
DL takes the headaches out of application modernization for our clients through tools and capabilities inherent within today’s cloud service providers and hybrid environments. Our team is skilled in the latest open source tools that help to accelerate the cloud engineering process, couple with the top cloud programming languages such as Java, .NET, Python, R, etc.
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Definitive Logic (DL) has more than 20 years of experience in the Federal sector, delivering solutions to problems that arise in financial close and consolidation processes. DL’s work focuses on solutions to improve the PPBE lifecycle allowing Federal agencies to...
Background The Department of Homeland Security Office of Chief Financial Officer (DHS OCFO) relies on its Purchase Request & Obligation Management SharePoint Site (PROMS) as an enabler of key workflows. DHS OCFO leverages PROMS to facilitate the review process for...
Uber isn't a transportation business. It isn't even a software business. It's a business built by assembling capabilities from hyperscale providers. Uber was created by bundling external business services accessed via APIs from the cloud. Little of Uber’s service was...