Usual engagement starts with 4 to 6 weeks Landing Zone Architecture definition and continues with accelerated Landing Zone build, performed by our experts.
Capgemini’s Landing Zone is a flexible solution based on architecture artefacts, accelerators and resources, developed by Capgemini FS, during numerous successful engagements with Financial Services Clients. All resources are modular, which enables Capgemini experts to create customized and adjustable Landing Zones, that meet the specific needs and design decisions of our customers. The accelerators and resources include and provide the following benefits: Secure: Use of hardened terraform modules that allows creation of Management groups, subscriptions, VNETs, vWAN, VPN Gateways, ExpressRoute, Azure monitor resources, Azure Sentinel, Azure AD Groups, RBAC Roles and many more; DevOps: readily available Azure DevOps and GitHub Actions pipelines, that include various stages, including modules deployment, integration testing and security gates. Additional pipeline capabilities are available for automating the full SDLC; Policy as Code: creation and assignment of Azure Custom/Built-in Policies and Initiatives. This ensures compliance with various regulatory frameworks, like PCI-DSS, SWIFT, HIPAA and others; Interoperable: integrates with third-party logging and monitoring tools (DataDog, Splunk, etc.), various ITSM tools and Identity providers, like Okta and Google Cloud Identity; Standardized: ability to provision and manage Service Catalog to automate workflows, improve Developer experience and centralize control. We continuously adapt and improve our accelerators and resources to incorporate the latest features, follow best security standards and create new integrations and capabilities. Usual engagement starts with 4 to 6 weeks Landing Zone Architecture definition and continues with accelerated Landing Zone build, performed by our experts. The result is that in up to 12 weeks, our customers have a fully functional and automated Landing Zone ready for Application deployments.