Adaptable Digital Platforms
Adaptable Digital Platforms (ADP) are units of operational domains, built on software-defined infrastructures that include compute, storage, and networking across multi-clouds and data centres. The software-defined nature of these platforms makes them adaptable, enabling changes to be orchestrated as operational conditions or business requirements change.
ADPs are built around a core set of multi-cloud capabilities covering application infrastructure (compute, storage, and network resources, plus platform and Kubernetes services), data management and security. We work with an ecosystem of vendors that includes Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, NetApp, Veeam and VMware. Our core ADP data centre solutions are built with Cisco ACI and HyperFlex technologies and our core ADP cloud solutions are built with Microsoft Azure services.
Ensuring customer success with ADP has driven a new, agile approach to solution delivery: advise, adopt, adapt. The advisory approach ensures our customers are ready technically, operationally, and financially for transformation. The platform itself is rapidly delivered as a minimum viable platform to minimise disruption to the business and ease adoption of new working practices. The platform is then adapted over time to deliver incremental value and cater for continual change. This approach is how we help ensure customer success in executing a multi-cloud strategy.