Companies usually having hard time breaking their service between private and public cloud environment and thus a proper utilization of resources to optimize the performance and control has been a key focus area seeking attention.
Infosys understanding the potential market and come with their self-service catalogs of well-integrated business applications, platforms, and other point technologies from its partners.
The Infosys Cloud Ecosystem Hub has what it calls a “smart brokerage” feature, which is an enterprise-wide decision support mechanism to select, compare and deploy cloud services from across providers.
Decisions can be based on an evaluation of over 20 parameters such as quality of service, technology compatibility, regulatory compliance needs and total cost of ownership of application workloads.
Infosys acting as cloud hub providing a view window to compare and chose between different enterprise level cloud , such as public , private and on premise IT.
Having over 30 providers of cloud infrastructure, applications and platforms including Amazon Web Services, CA Technologies, Dell, Hitachi Data Systems, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft and VMware to build connectors between these various technologies..etc to chose from , it provides customer a flexible approach by comparing and opting for the best meeting their needs, leaving it on Infosys to build a platform which will help integrate customer services and technology across these cloud providers.
Besides making money from its own intellectual property like the smart brokerage features and the connectors that go into the integration of technologies from various vendors, Infosys also plans to earn revenue from services such as customization of software for customers, a business that the company has been into, and which it can deliver at a low cost from offshore locations like India.