Supporting your solution architecture capabilities
In today’s rapidly changing environment, organisations are constantly transforming their processes and developing tech solutions to meet new requirements. With this, comes the need for professionals who can align business problems with technology solutions. FDM’s Solution Architecture service provides resources who can support your business architecture capabilities.
Our consultants are trained across the Software Development Life Cycle and have a Business and Technical perspective. The training includes modules on Stakeholder Management, Functional and Non-Functional Requirements, Architecture Fundamentals, Design and Integration Patterns, APIs, Cloud Computing and more.
Consultants are given real world challenges whilst in training, such as the design, development, testing and deployment of an application from scratch into a live environment. This ensures that our consultants have the necessary knowledge and practical experience and are ready to join our clients’ teams.
Solution Architecture talent pipeline
FDM provides a continuous and secure talent pipeline that enables businesses to develop their own Solution Architecture capabilities. The nature of this in-demand market has led to Solution Architects jumping from organisation to organisation as they have a highly sought after skill set. FDM’s 2-year bonded model provides stability of resources and helps businesses achieve their long-term objectives without having to worry about talent turnover.
Our consultants have worked across projects covering a variety of architecture guises, such as Solution Architecture, Data Architecture, Mainframe Architecture, Infrastructure Architecture and finally Cloud Architecture.
These projects have been implemented across the many different industries which FDM works within. The more recent focus of architecture projects has been around application migration and readiness for the cloud, in which our consultants have supported architects in the creation of documentation and diagrams in regards to the migration of services, applications and databases.