CUSTOMER STORIES

PHOENIX INSURANCE

IT AWARDS WINNER 2019
 

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Established in 1949, Phoenix is a traditional insurance company competing with online vendors. As one of our design partners, hundreds of developers are using EaaS to deploy faster. Teams create dozens of new environments in minutes compared to weeks with significantly less ifra and DevOps human resources and overhead. Thanks to EaaS, the insurer is now running on Kubernetes and supporting Hybrid Cloud configurations. EaaS helps traditional companies leap forward in their digital transformation.  

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TASE - STOCK EXCHANGE
 

At the TASE speed of transaction is fundamental, EaaS allows super-fast environment provisioning, facilitating self-service, automation, cost-savings, as well as a complete enterprise security foundation that a stock exchange demands.

EaaS is at the core of TASE's Kubernetes implementation, delivering its legacy to the future. 

ARIEL UNIVERSITY

GALAXY - COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY

Deploying Galaxy Environments for Ph.D. students in a click. 

 

Universities and research centers around the world are using Galaxy for biological and genome research. EaaS helps organizations and scientists to deploy Galaxy quickly whenever, wherever needed, without code, or handling and relying on complex infrastructure.

Galaxy is an open-source, web-based platform for data-intensive biomedical research. www.usegalaxy.org

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JOHN BRYCE TRINING COLLAGE
 

One of the largest and most respectable IT training centers globally is using EaaS to deploy training environments quickly. Significantly reducing the complexity of running an on or off-site course, EaaS helps John Bryce run IT courses efficiently and back to back.  A trainer arrives 15 minutes before class and pops the students' environments without IT support. When a new student joins or leaves, the trainer can add or remove an environment. At the end of the session, all envs are closed, ready to be opened again in the next session.  Remote learners have similar experiences when training or working on a project from home.