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Monolith to Microservices

As the principle form of application modernization that allows you to finally organize all of your solutions around your business capabilities. In addition to making it far easier to both build and maintain apps, Monolith to Microservices Transformation improves productivity and speed, creates an essential flexibility for your organization in terms of using technologies, and increase scalability.

Cloud Native

This is a technology used to develop applications built with services that are then packaged in containers. At that point, they can be deployed as microservices and can easily be managed on an incredibly elastic infrastructure via all of the most agile DevOps processes and continuous delivery workflows that you’ve been searching for.


This is a DoD best practice for not only rapid software development, but secure development as well. Not only does this bring with it the benefit of reduced mean-time to production, but it also also allows you to leverage advantages like fully automated risk characterization, increased deployment frequency and much, much more.

The Cloud Computing Technologies Approach

Cloud Computing has taken the world by storm. Many organizations that thought they can build their applications with their know-how and tools have now started realizing the benefits of Cloud Computing. This realization has resulted in a steep increase in the adoption of cloud technologies.

At Cloud Computing Technologies, we take pride in guiding our customers through their cloud migration. We offer secure, scalable, and fully on-demand cloud services through our enterprise-level cloud partners like Amazon AWS.
If you’d like to find out more information about all of our innovative service offerings, or if you’d just like to discuss your own needs with someone in a bit more detail, please don’t delay – contact Cloud Computing Technologies today

Our Suite of Cloud Services

Risk Management Governance

Governance, Risk Management, & Compliance

Governance and compliance of cloud practice poses unique challenges to many organizations. CCT implements micro-governance and micro-risk management processes embedded into cloud functions to effectively address enterprise-wide cloud compliance.
Cloud Assessments Roadmaps

Assessment & Strategy

Organizations undertake numerous considerations when migrating to the cloud to include application re-design, service-levels, licensing, performance, and cost. CCT provides the expertise and strategy to achieve all aspects of successful cloud initiatives.
Cloud Security Design

Architecture & Security

Cloud architectural framework incorporates characteristics of global scale, fault-tolerance and decoupling using micro-services that scale both horizontally and vertically. Application specific cloud architecture embeds security considerations in all aspects of the systems.
Cloud Orchestration Migrations

Migration & Orchestration

By automated migration tasks within a single monitoring panel, CCT improves cloud deployment delivery time-frames, deliverables, and data quality.
Cloud Performance Support

Site Reliability Engineering

CCT specializes in supporting instances on Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure platforms. We provide recommendations to optimize configurations for performance, cost, and reliability.

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing refers to a variety of services ranging from virtual computing to storing and accessing data and other computing services over the internet. Many on-demand and scalable services such as processing, storage, networking, and applications are part of Cloud Computing.
One of the most common uses of Cloud Computing is to run heavy processing workloads on powerful data centers, which are virtually infinite in terms of capacity. Scalability and economies of scale make such solutions highly cost-effective. High availability is another benefit that you can depend on for mission-critical applications.

Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cost savings are one of the main advantages of Cloud Computing. In addition to the direct savings from not having to maintain your own data center and infrastructure, companies can also greatly benefit from all the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) available with Cloud Computing.
Cloud Computing offers services like AI, Machine Learning, Image processing, and authentication, which would otherwise require companies to incur substantial costs to develop them on their own. These services are available as SaaS solutions and empower applications that use Micro-services architecture.
Scalability can be considered the most beneficial of all the advantages of Cloud Computing. It provides a myriad of possibilities in comparison to in-house data centers where any form of scalability requires hardware changes. Some service providers even allow switching off certain services during off-peak periods.
Business Continuity is critical, as any downtime can be fatal to the business and its customers. Cloud Computing solutions cover many scenarios, such as natural disasters and force majeure. This is done by redundantly hosting data and applications in multiple geographically dispersed locations.
Personal computing is another area that has been benefitted from Cloud Computing. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) has brought security, performance, and continuity to personal computing in a manner never seen before. VDI solutions provide a solution to the menace of Ransomware that has plagued both organizations and individual users.

Migrating to the Cloud

Despite the many benefits offered by Cloud Computing, many organizations incur high costs and face many difficulties in migrating their data and applications to the Cloud. This is mainly due to the fact that many applications are monolithic and bulky in nature and are not suited for the Cloud.
The preferred architecture for Cloud Computing is Micro-services. Converting legacy applications to Micro-services or components that can be migrated to the Cloud can be both costly and time-consuming.
The Cloud migration process involves high risk, and it can completely disrupt your data and applications if it is not planned correctly. You need to determine three factors that will shape your Cloud migration. The first of these is the migration strategy.
Many organizations choose to completely replace their applications when migrating to the Cloud due to this reason. However, there are many ways of moving applications to the Cloud. The most common of these is the “Lift and Shift” method, where applications are simply moved to cloud-based infrastructure without any change. While this method can be cost-effective, it restricts organizations from fully leveraging the benefits of Cloud Computing.
Micro-services allow organizations to decentralize their applications. So components are platform and language independent, meaning that they can be gradually refactored and migrated to the Cloud one component at a time. This strategy is the most recommended approach as it allows organizations to integrate business changes to their applications during the refactoring process.
Re-platforming is another common approach in which applications are re-written in a Cloud compliant format. While this approach requires the most effort, it allows organizations to leverage the power of Cloud Computing fully.
Once the strategy has been decided, the next step is to select the deployment model. This refers to the type of cloud solution which could range from a single cloud provider to a multi-cloud solution. The Micro-service architecture allows you to deploy each component in the Cloud service that is most suited for it.
You will also need to determine whether you are comfortable with the public Cloud or whether you prefer a private or hybrid cloud, which offers additional security and features.
Lastly, you will need to determine the service model. The available options are SaaS, PasS, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). These decisions can make or break your Cloud Computing success. So don’t take a chance, talk to the experts at Cloud Computing Technologies.
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Data Analytics

Data Analytics is the study of raw data in view of identifying trends and converting it into meaningful information that can facilitate decision making. It is highly dependent on processes and algorithms. This has lead to a convergence between data analysis and cloud computing.


The popularity of Kubernetes has made the term almost synonymous with Containers. Kubernetes are an open-source system for deploying, scaling and managing containerized applications. The open-sourced nature of Kubernetes makes it compatible with many different types of infrastructure, such as on-premise, hybrid, or public clouds.

Data Science

Data Science is the superset of Data Analysis. In contrast to Analytics, Data Science focuses on analyzing large data sets for insights through techniques such as predictive analysis and machine learning. It is the broader study of data to arrive at insights regarding the unknown facets of data sets.

Digital Transformation Success

Two Decades of Superior Client Outcomes

Our clients and CCT celebrate two decades of superior client outcomes from multi-year contract engagements. We are honored, inspired, and grateful for these long-term relationships.

Experience and Agile Expertise

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Solutions Highlights

Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

Planning and implementing the latest strategies in ALM for best outcomes and high value delivery


Implementing automation as work output multiplier to increase speed, volume, and reduce errors in CI/CD pipelines


Developing secure coding solutions leveraging leading cloud platforms for compliance

Digital Transformation

Designing and implementing compelling digital transformation experience through superior design, proven strategy, and microservices technology stack to exceed expectations


Creating innovative, rapid iteration, simple to deploy, optimized time-to-market, microservices and API solutions

Security Compliance

Implementing GRC best practices and security frameworks to consistenly identify and address risk

What clients say about Cloud Computing Technologies

"CCT delivered to our needs for repeatability, versioning, and consistency with our AWS platform configurations."
Mrs Johnson
Mrs. Johnson
"Through rapid growth and thoughful innovation, CCT's team scaled our cloud platform capabilites."
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Mr. Edwards
"Delivering global digital services has been realized with the support of CCT's expertise and approach."
Mr Nowlan
Mr. Nowlan
"With CCT microservices development, we are more agile in public response to getting requests fulfilled with excellent efficiency."
Federal Agency
Federal Agency
"CCT has really streamlined our innovation and software delivery with AWS and Kubernetes."
Mr Sorenson
Mr. Sorenson
"Our profits have soared 4x after the digital transformation led by Cloud Computing Technologies."
Small Business Owner
Small Business Owner

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$ 1500 Monthly

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$ 2800 Monthly

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Our stakeholders expect nimble, effective, and efficient solutions. We accomplish through collaboration, generating imaginative ideas, creative implementation approaches, and a passion for high value generation.

Frequently Asked Questions

A Microservice is the breaking up of traditionally tightly coupled application components into small specialized services that communicate through HTTPS REST and HTTPS API interfaces.
Since Microservices are small specialized services, they can be quickly and efficiently rearranged to accommodate future capabilities unknown at the present time.
Microservices are independent and modular which allows for significant flexibility in communications patterns and often prevent cascading failure.
DevOps is the combination of development and operations into a single function of software development and infrastructure management. The main priority of DevOps is the reduction of barriers to speed of delivery.
DevSecOps empowers everyone in the development process using a security focused tool set to address timely security decisions at speed and scale of each development stage. The main priority of DevSecOps is risk reduction through DevOps security accountability and governance.
Security automation in DevSecOps increases speed of code releases while reducing the risk using static application security testing (SAST), dynamic application security testing (DAST), and code dependency checking.
High business value is realized from quick and efficient response to market opportunities and challenges, optimization for innovation, and reduction of technical debt all lead to superior competitive advantage.
CCT is pleased to discuss your requirements and present a proposal for your review and consideration. Call us today at 1-800-804-9726 x105.

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Specialty Capabilities



Each organization is unique. This is so true that it would be an understatement to say that not all organizations are created equally. Diversity can be seen even within the same industry, even with businesses that compete with each other for the same market segment.


The software that drives your business is one of your most important assets. It should be designed in a way that allows it to rapidly adapt to changes in the business environment. The speed at which you are able to adapt to these changes depends not only on the business logic integrated into your software, but also the technology that is used, and even the methodology followed.

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application development


Gone are the days when monolithic applications ruled the world of software development. Decoupled, self-healing, cloud-enabled apps are the way forward. This new type of environment requires apps to be dynamic and component-based, but work together as a single unit. They are expected to share the same memory space, making all software built with this approach essentially self-contained.

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If you’ve ever wondered how platforms like Google and Amazon show you targeted product advertisements, how Netflix and Spotify recommend content, how virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri work, or how cars drive themselves, the answer lies in some form of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

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According to one recent cloud security study, the average global cost of a data breach hit $3.86 million in 2019 – up a massive 6.4% from the previous year. A lot of this has to do with how disparate and complicated computing environments have become in recent memory.

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Data analysis refers to the process of analyzing data and producing insights for decision making. It has become vital for modern businesses due to the sheer amount of user and transaction data they encounter on a daily basis. Storing and processing this data becomes impossible without the right tools.

Amazon AWS Remote Work and Telework Solutions

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Cloud Enabled “Work at Home” Workforce

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Work culture has seen a paradigm shift in the recent past with the introduction of reliable and highly cost-effective cloud services. An increasing number of businesses are encouraging a cloud enabled remote workforce and bringing your own devices (BYOD).

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has made working remotely more of a necessity than an option. Lockdowns and social distancing have caused many offices to be deserted, but business continues as usual.

Are you wondering how this is possible?

It’s all thanks to world-class cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services. Let’s see what AWS has to offer.

Setting up a “Work at Home” platform

As a Public Sector Partner of AWS, Cloud Computing Technologies (CCT) recommends the following process for setting up AWS solutions, which is now easier than ever.

1. AWS Terraform Landing Zone (TLZ) Accelerator

Terraform Landing Zone (TLZ), commonly known as Terraform is an AWS accelerator. It helps customers to build secure AWS Landing Zones in the least possible time while following AWS best practices. Terraform automates provisioning of Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and other solutions, providing secure infrastructure within an automated, self-service portal.
The main benefit of a landing zone is that it allows your organization’s users to set up their accounts while giving administrators overall control and monitoring capabilities. We’ll be looking at landing zones next. Terraform Landing Zones also extends to hundreds of other third-party providers such as cloud services. So you will be able to manage all your services through one provisioning portal.

2. AWS Landing Zones

We discussed Terraform as a solution for setting up AWS Landing Zones. They are secure, multi-account portals that enable customers to quickly set up workspaces for a cloud enabled remote workforce.

The ability for users to set up their working environments and accounts is essential, especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic situation. Given all the possibilities and design options available on AWS, setting up the ideal environment for your users can be time-consuming. So AWS Landing Zones come in handy in such instances by automating the set up of your environment and setting up the core accounts and resources, while taking care of the initial security baseline. Identity and Access Management (IAM), data security, logging, and much more can be automated in this manner.

The best part about AWS Landing Zones is that they deploy AWS Account Vending Machine (AVM). These are portals for creating, provisioning, and automatically configuring new remote worker accounts based on a pre-defined security baseline. It allows customers to manage user accounts and Organizational Units (OU).

AWS Landing Zones also provides additional security features like centralized logging, AWS CloudTrail for auditing, and Cross-Account Access from security accounts to user accounts.

3. Ansible for AWS

Once you have your AWS Landing Zone(s) set up and configured, the next challenge is to create multiple server instances or workspaces for your users. Depending on the size of your organization, you may need to spin up hundreds or even thousands of virtual desktops.

Ansible’s deep support for AWS will allow you to manage all the AWS services that your users require. Whether it be virtual desktops or hundreds of server instances for their applications, Ansible playbooks will come to your rescue. Once you have described your Desktop-as-a-Service instances with Ansible, you can deploy thousands of instances with ease.

Ansible comes with close to a hundred modules for managing various AWS services and over a thousand additional modules for many operating systems and platforms. Monitoring comes built-in through Ansible Tower Cloud, and you will be able to monitor all your remote worker environments even if they were deployed outside Ansible.

AWS Solutions for Remote Working

If the ease of setting up your cloud environment for remote working hasn’t convinced you, here are the other major benefits of an AWS Cloud enabled “Work at Home” workforce:

1. Remote Collaboration

Communicating with your teams has never been easier. Amazon Chime is a one-stop solution for all your chat, screen sharing, call, meeting, and collaboration needs. It connects all your remote workers through a user-friendly app with support for all your devices.

2. Secure Content Collaboration

Amazon WorkDocs is a versatile tool for creating and managing documents and collaborating. WorkDocs allows you to easily migrate your legacy file-sharing systems and local files so that you can get started without a hassle.

3. Secure and Scalable Remote Network Access

AWS Client VPN allows your cloud enabled remote workforce to securely connect to their work resources irrespective of whether they are on AWS or on-premises. It supports VPC subnets, computer and mobile support, and various levels of authorization to ensure proper levels of authorization.

4. Virtually manage your Contact Center

Amazon Connect is a virtual platform for contact center agents. They will be able to connect from where ever they are and continue to accept and make calls as if they were seated in the office. Additional features include monitoring and training tools for supervisors and coaches.
Contact Cloud Computing Technologies today for a no-obligation proof-of-concept and proposal! We specialize in planning, designing, implementing, and maintaining AWS cloud services for remote and “work at home” workforces.

The CCT Process for Superior Outcomes

Cloud Computing Technologies contributors are passionate in creating the next generation of innovative cloud-native microservices with Amazon AWS landing zones and Kubernetes for agility, efficiency, cost avoidance, and high security regulatory compliance. We truly believe in the transformative power of excellent architecture and agile collaboration to bring applications elevated beyond expectations. Strong client relationships and creative collaborations result in superior application design for data analytics. We’re excited to start a dialog, learn about your Telework objectives, and develop the platform and applications for your strategic fruition.