How a leading global investment banking, securities, and investment management firm is leveraging policy-as-code techniques to enable application teams to adapt to the cloud faster without sacrificing security or compliance.
Within the cloud, there are many layers at which security and compliance vulnerabilities present themselves. From the AWS Account’s permission models through application code, and at every layer in between. Enterprises that have a diverse AWS landscape, often look towards developing AWS Security controls to prevent vulnerabilities from being introduced to their environments.
Our Control Foundations Solution enables security teams to define the organization’s controls through a PolicyasCode framework that can be used to continuously add, adjust controls, and deploy the changes to controls to meet compliance needs across the organization. The continuous adjustments and seamless deployments of these controls allows application and infrastructure teams across the organization to spend less time worrying about security controls and more time focusing on delivering high-quality work.
How a leading worldwide provider of payment technology improves software delivery by providing self-service infrastructure products that are readily available to be consumed by application teams. Through engaging with Vertical Relevance, the customer was able to increase their developers’ efficiency by increasing the speed in which they are able to deploy AWS infrastructure, all while doing so in a way that is scalable, secure, and remaining with their compliance requirements. Development Teams are able to do this by creating AWS Resources that are tested and approved to Customer’ standards on-demand utilizing Service Catalog. With this new solution being implemented, the customer is able to progress through their mainframe modernization.
How a leading clearing hour Implementing incident response in an organization’s delegated security account and leveraging automation to implement AWS security services in a master-member setup
The Infrastructure Foundations solution enables development and operations teams to request different infrastructure products that come with all of the necessary components, integrations, and configurations. Each infrastructure product is tested and validated to comply with security and governance and is accessible through self-service.
How a leading financial services analytics institution implemented self-service pipelines to support dozens of diverse applications. By engaging with Vertical Relevance, the customer moved closer to providing standardized self-service CI/CD pipelines across their enterprise without ignoring the differing needs of their many application teams. Furthermore, the customer’s CI/CD infrastructure can now move to the AWS cloud alongside the infrastructure it supports, reducing heterogeneity in tools and required skillsets, which will pay off in the form of increased scalability of the customer’s CI/CD practices and DevOps teams.
How a world-leading payments company deployed guardrails to ensure compliance requirements are met
The Pipeline Foundation solution enables development teams to request a pipeline that comes with all of the necessary components, integrations, and configurations for development teams. Development teams are able to request pipelines through self-service while also incorporating compliance and governance.
The term Disaster Recovery (DR) is enough to keep both engineers and executives up at night. Any event that can have a negative impact on your business continuity could be characterized as an adverse event.
In this post, we’ll illustrate the business benefits that a financial services organization can achieve by creating a connected call center experience leveraging Amazon Connect and Salesforce Service Cloud. To accomplish this we’ll walk you through the setup of key components of the solution including Salesforce Service Cloud Computer Telephony Integration (CTI), Amazon Connect, Amazon Lex bots, and AWS Lambda to interface data from Connect to Salesforce.