Enterprise IT Architecture Design

Enterprise architecture is the organizing logic for business processes and IT infrastructure reflecting the integration and standardization requirements of the firm's operating model.

Enterprise Architecture is generally defined in terms of its constituent architectures, namely:
  • Business Architecture
  • Application/Software Architecture
  • Technology/Infrastructure Architecture
  • Information Architecture

At Chrome we do not treat these architectures in isolation as they are interrelated. Designing a superior IT architecture for an enterprise requires that we take into account and address important Enterprise-wide concerns, such as:
  • Meeting stakeholder needs
  • Aligning IT with the business
  • Seamless integration and data sharing
  • Security and dependability
  • Data integrity, consistency
  • Reducing duplication

Software Development

We provide bespoke software development services utilizing AGILE and different application framework models. We have extensive experience in custom development of enterprise applications, both thin and smart clients. We have developed applications that support core processes of our customer's businesses. We employ AGILE development methods that allow us to deliver value to our customers within a minimum time frame. Our project managers will ensure that your projects get done, done on time and done within budget.

Enterprise Data Management

The services offered under Enterprise Data Management are:
  • Database Performance Tuning
  • Database Consolidation
  • Data De-duplication
  • Data Migration/ETL

Server Sizing and Consolidation

Server Consolidation is often defined to mean running many differing types of applications, such as email, financials, database, and file serving, on a single very large server. However, many of the same benefits of consolidating to a single or very few, servers can be achieved through other consolidation approaches. Due to this, the definition of server consolidation is broad and has evolved to encompass much more than running everything possible on as few servers as possible. At Chrome we employ various techniques for consolidation depending on the desired results. An analysis of the environment is crucial in determining what type and how much consolidation is needed or is possible. Depending on the analysis of the environment Chrome decides on the strategy for consolidation which could be one of the following:
  • Logical Consolidation
  • Physical Consolidation
  • Workload Consolidation