- The public cloud service market is expected to reach $623.3 billion by 2023 worldwide.
- 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020.
- 94% of enterprises already use a cloud service.
- 30% of all IT budgets are allocated to cloud computing.
- 66% of enterprises already have a central cloud team or a cloud centre of excellence.
- Organizations leverage almost 5 different cloud platforms on average.
- 50% of enterprises spend more than $1.2 million on cloud services annually.
Hash Code Book’s (HCB) provides dedicated IT outsourcing services in blockchain, cryptocurrency and co-system development.
With customers in Hong Kong, China, Korea, and Malaysia, their workload is scattered across Asia and several cloud service providers, which can present a fragmented workflow.
Challenged by stretched resources and inability to gain insight on consumption of workloads, rightsizing resources and optimizing spending, HCB wanted to simplify its IT Management and improve performance and quality of service.
After NTT conducted an assessment of it’s existing IT infrastructure, HCB deployed a Cloud Management Platform designed to provide efficient control and management of cloud services from various hyperscale cloud providers into a single platform.
This enabled HCB to discover and visualize all cloud assets through a customizable dashboard view with key performance metrics such as status, usage, and cost information gathered from the various cloud solutions.
Using a dashboard, HCB can conveniently monitor all workloads, including the total spend every month, cumulatively and by project in one overview for quicker decision making and optimization. The dashboard also reveals insights needed for effective strategic planning and governance.
Following the successful deployment of the CMP, HCB saw improvements in operational efficiency and service level quality that has also benefited its customers. It can now utilise spare resources to drive innovation and stay agile when responding to market changes.
“As an IT outsourcing services company with customers across Asia, many of our applications and solutions were running on different cloud platforms. We realized an integrated environment is critical to help us stay competitive and drive sustainable economic growth with reduced risk,” said Victor Seow, Chief Information Officer, Hash Code Book.