Multicloud Container Platform
The Premier Partnership with Red Hat underlines our excellent cooperation and enables us to collaborate on new grounds. We are very pleased to be able to provide our customers with Red Hat’s comprehensive portfolio of solutions and to work together to provide innovation and technical expertise at the highest level. Nicolas Christener, CEO & CTO of Adfinis SyGroup
Adfinis SyGroup has a significant technology alliance with Red Hat as a Red Hat Premier Business Partner. Leveraging Red Hat's OpenShift platform, Adfinis SyGroup develops IT solutions and cloud-native applications to help its customers modernise workloads using containers, develop an open and interoperable multicloud strategy as a foundation for digital transformation, and execute on their data analytics, IoT and robotics initiatives. There is a growing synergy between the two companies around the future of IT, application delivery, and the role of IoT and analytics. Adfinis customises OpenShift with its own code and management tools to help customers innovate without worrying about security, lock-in, future-readiness or a skills gap.
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The online tool for building permit procedures based on open source software
Thanks to the excellent collaboration with Adfinis SyGroup, we have created CAMAC, a tool that meets a wide range of needs and is fully owned by the public sector.
Paul Walker, Head of the Coordination Office for Building Applications, Ct. Uri
With the aim of increasing efficiency and reducing costs, manual processes are being redesigned and automated in the public sector under the banner of e-government. The canton of URI is also benefiting from this further development. Adfinis SyGroup, in close cooperation with the Office for Spatial Development in Uri, has adapted the web-based CAMAC platform so that the entire process for building permits can be handled centrally and digitally.
OpenShift for leading provider of IT solutions
Implementation of a multi-master database solution MariaDB Galera Cluster on OpenShift
According to the motto: "More efficiency thanks to automation", IT is making rapid progress. With the aim of saving operating costs and improving service quality, IT processes and designs are being standardized. This presupposes that applications and databases must be operated in a single infrastructure.
To make this possible, Adfinis SyGroup has designed and implemented an innovative solution: A fully automated multi-master database "MariaDB Galera Cluster" on the container platform "OpenShift".
Linux Client for Healtcare Company
Automated process chain around the international Linux client
In more and more large international companies, the Linux client is today one of the most important tools of an IT employee. This requires that the client functions optimally in a heterogeneous and dynamic environment. Strict framework conditions must be adhered to and a wide variety of user needs must be taken into account. In close cooperation with the customer, Adfinis SyGroup has developed a Linux client that can be used worldwide and has fully automated the associated processes.
Microsoft SQL on Linux for NTS
More flexibility thanks to platform independence
Microsoft SQL on Linux is a big advantage for us. At NTS, almost all applications now run on the standard Linux operating system, which further consolidates and simplifies the management of the system landscape. Thanks to the open and competent support provided by Adfinis SyGroup, the migration went absolutely smoothly".
Martin Blumental Software Engineer, NTS Workspace AG
In the last few years, Microsoft has approached platform independence. Examples are the online version of Office 365 or the free and open source software platform .NET Core. The latest achievement is Microsoft SQL on Linux. IT service providers in particular benefit from the separation from Windows, as they can now make their offering more flexible and broader. As first movers, the experts from NTS and Adfinis SyGroup have joined forces to benefit from the new flexibility.