Synchrony presenting at Gartner Application, Architecture, Development & Integration (AADI) Summit 2014

Today Slavik Zorin was a guest speaker at "DevOps – Software-driven Innovation Delivered at Speed" session with IBM"s GM Kristof Kloeckner,  Rosalind Radcliffe, and Dan Berg - IBM's Distinguished Engineers. 

Over 250 CIO's and CTO's in the room and lot's of buzz and interest in DevOps, Bluemix and Synchrony's new Modernization Lifecycle Platform (MLP)!

Slavik said: "DevOps is about speed and speed is about Automation".....MLP provided transformation through automation and enabled transparency, and colloboration among all stakeholders.

 

Synchrony Systems takes mobile features live in 45 seconds versus 3 months

 

Synchrony Systems, an IBM Business Partner, uses the IBM Bluemix platform and DevOps methods to rapidly develop and deliver a new mobile solution for Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART).

http://www-03.ibm.com/software/businesscasestudies/us/en/corp?synkey=U701441B31503O43

The velocity of change in technology challenged Synchrony Systems to develop and deploy customer applications faster than ever. Using the cloud-based IBM Bluemix platform the company cut build times by 90 percent.

http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?subtype=AB&infotype=PM&appname=SWGE_RA_RA_USEN&htmlfid=RAC14361USEN&attachment=RAC14361USEN.PDF

Synchrony's Slavik Zorin speaks at the BlueMix and delivers DevOps keynote address at the IBM Innovate 2014

Synchrony Systems, a leader in the application migration and modernization space, will present a pilot application built for BART to enable its mobile workforce to get up to the minute status of cars and trains. The mobile app has been built and deployed on the IBM BlueMix Cloud platform using DevOps, Cloud Integration and Mobile back-end integration services.

See the BlueMix press release here.
 

Synchrony team saves the day by helping complete a very challenging migration projects of half-dozen of Adabas/Natural NYPD applications to Web 2.0 running under Linux

"Without your team, we would have missed this date and would never have had been able to complete this project. When I think about all the right decisions we made, they mostly involved the Synchrony team", said Frank Koscheka, a Senior Project Manager of IBM Global Business Services."