The most compelling case studies for application leaders

Putting 2.7 Trillion Dollars in public cloud: Journey of Fidelity Investments to public cloud.
Fidelity is a large financial services organization with 2.7 trillion USD under management and 7.4 trillion dollars under administration. Fidelity’s Asset Management business unit is on a journey to move all the compute and data processing to the public cloud securely.
This case study introduces the motivation, decision criterion, cloud architecture and design patterns, common misunderstandings, and the culture shift involved in cloud migration.  It will discuss on how a real-world solution may require a hybrid approach where on-prem and cloud solution need to coexist and interoperate to provide the business value and manage risk. We will also share how cloud architecture patterns    can be used to create a more resilient, scalable and secure solutions. In cloud architecture, we will focus on new computing paradigms like Serverless and architecture patterns around CQRS, external configuration store,  federated identify and transaction management. Some of these patterns are required due to unique challenges posed by cloud’s unique constraints where infrastructure   fails all the time, security is a shared responsibility and control may be limited.

Girish Maraliga, Chief Architect, Asset Management and IT fellow, Fidelity Investments
Building a Digital Enablement Platform
Airtel on the curve of digitization, required digital enablement of its customer acquisition and engagement processes, swift applications’ transformations, robust and resilient integrations enabled with literally 99.99999% availability – all this at the scale of 300+ million customers. And with market competition getting tough, business agility and cost efficiency was the key.
This case study will talk about how Airtel designed and built its core integration and micro-services platform to realize its digital transformation objectives. Built on a strong foundation of a classic ESB implementation, Airtel went ahead to build a futuristic digital enablement platform, that -
Increases business agility by leveraging centralized, re-usable and pluggable SOA platform complying with TM Forum’s eTOM and Information Framework standards, thereby enabling the enterprise to quickly deliver strategic transformation programs.
Empowers digital channels with unified customer view and fault tolerance via a robust presentation micro services layer over and above the core integration platform with built-in caching and resilience.
Ensures reliability and scalability of enterprise integrations by deploying federated, highly available instances of service and messaging bus; accompanied with end-to-end monitoring capabilities with predictive analytics and automation.
Strengthens security and governance control by implementing API gateway for access controls, enterprise service repository for swift discovery, and following a mature delivery model.


Ankit Goel- Senior Engineering Manager - Growth Platforms at Airtel.

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