Cognizant to Acquire Contino, an Enterprise DevOps and Cloud Transformation Consultancy

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According to a recent press release, “Cognizant today announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Contino, a privately-held technology consulting firm. Contino specializes in helping Global 2,000 clients accelerate their digital transformation by leveraging enterprise DevOps methodologies, a cloud-native development approach, and advanced data platforms. Headquartered in London, Contino has approximately 350 employees worldwide with operations in the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia.”

The release goes on, “Contino’s five main areas of expertise are: (1) Building cloud platforms and migrating applications and legacy environments to the cloud in repeatable and scalable ways. (2) Implementing enterprise DevOps to provide new approaches to software development, helping companies adopt a lean, value-driven operating model for faster innovation. (3) Modernizing IT security through DevSecOps and cloud security services, putting security considerations earlier in the development cycle and increasing automation. (4) Developing cloud-native software to help accelerate the scaled delivery of modern business critical software products, and transforming enterprise architectures through the adoption of cloud-native technologies and services. (5) Building data platforms and implementing advanced analytics to gather and analyze data from multiple sources to predict outcomes and improve business insights.”

The release adds, “Recognized as a global premier partner with Amazon Web Services, as well as for deep expertise in Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, Contino’s consulting and engineering teams have completed more than 200 enterprise engagements since 2014. Clients have included more than 100 of the world’s leading brands such as Adidas, Allianz, Barclays, Dow Jones, JetStar, Lloyds Bank, Morgan Stanley, National Australia Bank, and Vodafone, among others.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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