The PrivOps Matrix

Much more than a tool

Many companies, especially companies with recent M&A activity, have an overabundance of applications, customer databases and tools that don’t play well together.  They can’t use their data effectively, innovation suffers, and they become vulnerable to disruption.  The problem is exacerbated by the rise of new data privacy laws like GDPR and ever-increasing security risks. 

The PrivOps Matrix is a next generation software development and integration platform  that combines and extends modern software techniques like devops, serverless, APIs and microservices into a platform that lets you automate and combine existing technology with new technology built in the cloud while controlling where data lives and who has access.  

With the PrivOps Matrix, traditional companies can become more competitive by building advanced new products and services in a way that's comparable to cloud natives like Airbnb and Amazon while simultaneously protecting sensitive data and avoiding the cost of having to rework their aging technology stacks.  

 

    It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.
    — Charles Darwin

    The PrivOps Matrix is an enabler for

    • AI  & Real-time Analytics
    • Data Governance & Privacy
    • Hybrid Cloud
    • Edge Computing
    • IoT 

    The Goal

    Successful 21st century businesses simultaneously support: 

    • Faster Innovation

    • Stronger Security

    • Better privacy

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    Safely using data to make better, faster decisions, create more personalized customer experiences, and enable new business models is how companies in the 21st century compete and win.

    The Problem - Held hostage by the past

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    Acquisitions, departmental technology decisions,  aging technologies, and new cloud based applications and tools have created a proliferation of  different applications, databases, interfaces, and tool across most organizations.

    Because the pieces don't fit well together,  innovation, security and data protection are difficult to achieve.

    Traditional and cloud software companies make the integration problem worse by creating proprietary technology stacks to lock customers in.  

     


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    The Missing Piece - Universal Data Governance with the PrivOps Matrix

    The PrivOps Matrix is a control plane & data catalog you can deploy everywhere: AWS, other cloud providers and on premise. Our modular approach to data governance, automation integration and real-time analytics makes it possible to control data securely and compliantly & create new applications & services an order of magnitude faster than with traditional methods

    To solve the complexity problem, we need a broader way to think about data.  By creating modularity at the data, policy and application layers, it's possible to create reuse patterns that dramatically improve the ability to build, deploy and manage applications and data.

    Modern IT architectural patterns like serverless compute, API standardization and DevOps have created substantial improvements in the ability to apply technology to innovation; the PrivOps Matrix builds on these concepts to accelerate innovation even further.


    How the PrivOps Matrix works

    USING SIMPLE THINGS TO CREATE COMPLEX THINGS

    The PrivOps Matrix optimizes data governance by codifying data like APIs codify interfaces. 

    Four standard reusable data objects: policies, resources(devices), functions (software code), and data can be connected in almost any configuration to create new applications, integrate with existing applications & data and automate policy management & configuration changes - much like Legos.  The Matrix has unlimited scalability, is highly resilient and secure, and connects to 1,000s of different APIs, cloud, traditional infrastructure, web service and/or traditional software.

    Imagine how much more efficient development becomes when reusing the same functions for orchestration, data transformation, governance, integration and application development.