Managed Services

Relying on a managed service provider is a positive step toward an optimal IT infrastructure.

Relying on a managed service provider is a positive step toward an optimal IT infrastructure.

A managed services provider can take care of network and security services, cost optimization, disaster recovery and more. This allows internal infrastructure/development teams to spend time addressing strategic business problems. Through team productivity and system optimization, your enterprise is more agile in responding to market demands. And your customers can look forward to better experiences!

How can Kodez help?

With extensive expertise in AWS and Azure, Kodez takes care of end to end managed services. Currently, we manage the Azure cloud infrastructure and application stack of FitnessPassport. Our team handles several aspects such as

We succeeded in giving Fitness Passport better security, more flexibility in deployments and a reduction of total services costs. We know you have a vision for IT systems and our goal is to help achieve it!

Take the next step

We want to do more than have services functioning as they should. Through frequent consultations, we can take an iterative approach to improve these services. Our commitment is to make your IT operations agile, secure and cost-efficient.

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Case Studies

Learn how we helped Fitness Passport navigate the new normal in the year the world went remote
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Learn how we helped Fitness Passport with re-engineering their applications in the cloud
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Learn how we helped Spotless with a disaster recovery solution
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Learn how we helped SeekBusiness to migrate to AWS
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Thoughts, stories and ideas.

June 11, 2021
Using Bicep and Azure DevOps multi stage pipeline to deploy a Function App

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March 8, 2021
Guide to choosing an Compute option in Azure Machine Learning service

Azure MachineLearning Service provides four main compute options each with a specific purpose attached to it. In this post we will go through each of those and see where we can occupy them in your ML experiments.

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Building Machine Learning Pipelines without Coding

In the era of Industry 4.0 where data and predictive analytics players the major role, developing machine learning pipelines have become an essential in intelligent application development.

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