Orchestrate for Simple

The journey towards a cloud-based infrastructure nowadays seems like a walk in the park. But it’s still far from standard. Different perspectives on privacy, security, scalability, costs, and manageability—to name just a few—can lead to wildly varying scenarios. They can involve multiple suppliers, multiple technologies, and a mix of public, private, and on-premise deployment. It’s a hybrid world out there, and it could bring more complexity than desired. This is where “Service Orchestration” becomes crucial, providing the power of the cloud through a unified platform of simple, easy-to-consume services, no matter what route is chosen.


  • Organizations have different needs centered around attributes such as security, privacy, integration, flexibility, costs, and standards. The near future of cloud delivery models will therefore involve a combination of public (agile and cost-effective) and private (secure and self-managed) deployment, possibly delivered by multiple providers. This hybrid cloud approach is potentially complex. 
  • An orchestration platform allows transparency and access to all cloud services through a single and central portal. With such an automated platform, the IT department can offer, manage, and charge-back current and future cloud services in the most efficient way.



  • A leading global supplier in logistic services deployed a hybrid cloud solution underpinned by a professional Cloud Management Platform (CMP), with a focus on value through the orchestration and automation functions. The result was an integrated digital factory solution for cloud-native application development, enabled by a robust DevOps delivery approach.
  • A Dutch distribution organization migrated its entire application landscape from an on-premise infrastructure to an off-premise, cloud-based IaaS and SaaS, all made possible by an industrialized migration factory. It delivered significant cost savings and increased agility.



  • Taking the full benefits of a cloud-based infrastructure (including agility, security, innovation, and cost reduction), without having to manage the unavoidable complexity of hybrid scenarios
  • Transparency of what cloud services are actually being used by what business unit and for which purposes
  • Self-service capabilities for the business side, improving speed to market and the alignment between business and IT



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