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Fedr8 is pleased to announce that after extensive testing, Green Rain has been accepted by AWS and is now available for subscription to 260,000 global customers on the AWS Marketplace.
Many organizations want to run Green Rain inside AWS accounts they control because:
- They want Green Rain to analyze their code without that code being transferred outside of their control.
- They want to deploy Green Rain their own accounts to meet compliance rules.
- They want to purchase Green Rain on a pay-as-you-go consumption model.
This is especially important for global systems integrators who have multiple complex enterprise customers and many AWS accounts. By using the AWS Marketplace, they can access their software subscriptions from anywhere in the world and deploy to any AWS accounts they manage for their clients.
How it works
To get Fedr8 Green Rain from the AWS Marketplace:
- You can purchase by the hour or with Bring Your Own Licence (BYOL) which means customers must have a licence agreement in place already with Fedr8 – get a licence here.
- Go to the Fedr8 page on AWS Marketplace and buy a subscription.
- Launch your own Green Rain instance in your AWS account.
- Customers only pay for the applications they analyze. They can have as many instances of the software as they need.
- Green Rain runs on an EC2 instance in your AWS accounts and you pay for the EC2 resources consumed. Usage and billing is all handled via the AWS Marketplace.
Damion Green, Fedr8 CEO, said: “We wanted to make Green Rain simple to use in customer cloud environments. All customers need to do is get a licence from Fedr8 then get the software from the AWS Marketplace. It means they can plug Green Rain into their workflow and get insights into code within an hour of subscribing. They control where their code lives, and how Green Rain integrates. And if they get stuck, the Fedr8 team are here for support, but mostly we’re hands-off.”
For more info on Fedr8, Green Rain and to go to AWS Marketplace, click here
Fedr8 and Rainmaker Solutions announce completion of first commercial project with Staffordshire County Council.
Staffordshire County Council asked Rainmaker to build a business case and roadmap for moving out of their on-premises data centre and into the cloud. This project didn’t just involve comparing cloud and on-premises running costs, but factoring in the time as well as effort needed to migrate to the cloud so a programme could be created to drive changes forward effectively with funding secured.
Rainmaker had 10 weeks to complete this work and wanted to deliver the kind of detail that would normally require months of comprehensive application discovery. Aware of the client’s needs and with Rainmaker always looking to leverage new and innovative technologies to support our clients, Rainmaker engaged Fedr8 to analyse Staffordshire’s applications on their Green Rain application analysis platform. This was completed in one morning, including the uploading of Staffordshire’s applications source code to the platform. The immediate output meant that this part of the project could be completed in a much more efficient manner and to a greater level of detail than what would normally be expected, significantly reducing the time spent investigating, testing and ultimately delivering.
Tom Gouldon, Engagement Lead, Rainmaker commented:
“Estimating the time and expense to migrate in-house apps to the cloud used to take weeks and months of work – in a matter of hours we found applications that can be quick wins for migrations and for the rest we can build business cases supported by quantitative analysis. This is a real game changer for us in assessing readiness for the cloud.”
Vic Falcus, Head of ICT, Staffordshire County Council said:
“I was impressed with the functionality of the Green Rain software; the council has a reliance on some applications that were developed in-house, where off the shelf functionality was unavailable or to enhance digital processes delivered through our website. Any Business Case investigation around the cloud migration of a complex ICT estate requires analysis of a raft of variables to avoid unforeseen costs or unpleasant surprises down the line. Fedr8’s software has quickly and efficiently given us robust data around this aspect of the potential change.”
Damion Greef, CEO of Fedr8 added:
“The Green Rain application analysis platform yet again proves that no application needs to remain as a “black box” that can’t be moved updated or upgraded. Working with Rainmaker and Staffordshire we exposed the DNA of 5 key applications in one day.”
Damion Greef, CEO
Email. firstname.lastname@example.org Web. www.fedr8.com
Fedr8’s Green Rain software solves one of the major IT problems in the world today: How does a company move to the cloud and capitalize on the efficiencies and economies that the cloud brings? The shift to cloud technologies and the digital transformation projects undertaken by large enterprise organizations pose many challenges, there are the unknown figures relating to cost and time for migration or transformation. In addition, there are unknown risks relating to relocating or changing the applications that support their businesses. Fedr8 reduces the risk in legacy software applications, identifies the most appropriate cloud to move to, accelerating the application analysis by 90% whilst significantly reducing the costs by 50%.
Fedr8 solves this problem using it’s proprietary artificial intelligence engine which interrogates software at a code level allowing the code in that software to be changed to suit the major cloud companies’ cloud platforms.
Our mission is to support our customers in embracing the business benefits of the adoption of the Digital Economies through accelerated adoption of Cloud Environments.
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Rainmaker Solutions is an independent business transformation specialist, with offices in London, Johannesburg and San Francisco. Working collaboratively, at the heart of the most challenging projects, Rainmaker helps organisations transform for the digital age by using its world-leading methodology to plan, implement, and embed lasting change.
Founded in 2010, Rainmaker has delivered exceptional results for clients including Amazon, Cambridge University Hospitals, Credit Suisse, Croydon Council, Department for International Trade, Direct Line Group, EBRD, the Food Standards Agency, HS2, and Newham Council amongst others.
For more information, visit https://rainmaker.solutions
Fedr8 Ltd the owner of the Green Rain machine learning software platform announces a collaboration with Elevator/Fifty/One, a US based professional services and migration specialist, to deliver both modern and legacy application migrations utilising the Green Rain software platform. Elevator/Fifty/One will deliver consulting, software re-development and migration – virtualization services to Fedr8 Pathway’s customers and partner ecosystem.
Elevator/Fifty/One will engage with Fedr8 Pathway to identify and deliver bespoke migration paths to current best of breed migration destinations. These services will include refactoring, containerising and managing application estates throughout Cloud migration projects.
By using Green Rain’s intelligent source code analytics, applications can be rapidly, cleanly, and efficiently optimised to make the most of cloud environments or infrastructure in terms of functionality, scalability and on-going costs. Providing superior ROI for clients compared to the “move to the Cloud at any cost” methodologies too often employed around the world.
Commenting on the tie up, Damion Greef, Fedr8 CEO said; “This collaboration with Elevator/Fifty /One, gives Fedr8 Pathway all the professional services required to deliver cloud migrations driven by Green Rain insights. The core mantra of the Fedr8 Pathway is to make informed insightful and rapid decisions to ensure optimisation of the target cloud environment. This approach avoids the risks involved of a generic “lift, shift and hope” approach, and delivers better cost control now and in the future.”
Leon Zackoski, CEO, Elevator/Fifty/One added; “Multiple Cloud Platforms coupled with a variance in containerization choice often creates risks, confusion and need for an appropriate “developmental direction”. The union between Fedr8 and EFO negates the risks or problems associated with ailing traditional rather “old-school” approaches to “moving to the cloud” Fedr8 provides the intellectual insight to achieve those foundational goals.”
Note to editors.
Green Rain circumvents the traditional limitations of a rule-based system to expose not only the genetic construct of an application, but the meaning and relationships embedded within the code visually.
Green Rain works by using “Molly” its proprietary artificial intelligence engine which interrogates software at a code level allowing the code in that software to be analysed producing actionable information at scale. Our mission is to support our customers in embracing the business benefits of the adoption of the Digital Economies through accelerated adoption of Cloud Environments.
EFO is a US based company specializing in advanced software and hardware technologies. An extended emphasis on providing consulting, software development or -re-factoring coupled with data intelligence.
Damion Greef, CEO, Fedr8. Email.Damion.Greef@fedr8.com
Leon Zackoski, CEO, EFO Email. email@example.com
Fedr8 CEO Damion Greef discusses the company’s new Pathway offering with Alan Green on Core Finance TV
Damion Greef, CEO of Machine Learning Company Fedr8 explains how the company helps multi-level organisations migrate legacy applications to the cloud. He also discusses Pathway, Fedr8’s new one stop shop offering.
Brand CEO Alan Green discusses Tertiary Minerals #TYM, Feedback #FDBK & Fedr8’s Sentient Capital fundraising campaign with Justin Waite on the Vox Markets podcast. The interview starts at 17 minutes 25 seconds in.
Fedr8 CEO Damion Greef talks to Alan Green about the company’s machine learning technology and the current round of fundraising
Brand Communications CEO Alan Green talks to Fedr8 CEO Damion Greef about Green Rain, the company’s proprietary machine learning engine. Damion explains how Green Rain interrogates software code at a granular level and how the process solves the challenges faced by major institutions when moving legacy applications to the cloud. Damion discusses the the decision to move the current fundraising activities to FCA regulated EIS technology funding specialists Sentient Capital.
Viewers wishing to find out more about the current fundraising round can request documents from Sentient Capital at the link below.
Multichannel Podcast – Brand CEO Alan Green discusses Fedr8 Green Rain with Neil Butland of Sentient Capital
Neil discusses Sentient Capital’s role in identifying high potential growth company investment opportunities for their HNW client base.
Looking at Fedr8, Neil explains how Green Rain works to analyse thousands of legacy applications, and how it saves a huge amount of time and money. He compares a typical coding task: a contractor on daily rate can take 40-50 days to complete analysis and coding requirements for a single app, in comparison to Green Rain, which takes just 24 hours and can run thousands of tasks simultaneously. These factors have resulted in Sentient Capital successfully completing two fundraising rounds for Fedr8 prior to the current Crowdcube fundraising campaign.
Award winning machine learning software company Fedr8 has launched a crowdfunding campaign to accelerate the roll-out of its Green Rain machine learning software.
Fedr8’s Green Rain accelerates the transformation of legacy software applications into fully cloud ready modern applications. Using its proprietary machine learning engine, Green Rain interrogates software at a code level showing where code in the software needs to be changed to suit the major cloud companies’ cloud platforms. Instead of taking several man-weeks of effort, the time required for the analysis is reduced to a few machine-hours.
Almost without exception, major international companies and institutions wish to move to the cloud in order to capitalise on the efficiencies and economies that the cloud brings. These large organisations face a unique set of challenges; to move and modernise many thousands of legacy applications they first need to understand the DNA of those applications.
Fedr8’s Green Rain has already attracted keen interest from several large banks and 2 Global Systems Integrators are actively engaged in Proofs of Concepts to adopt Green Rain as a core component of their Global Cloud Factory offerings. Given these levels of endorsement a Crowdcube Crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise £400,000 to accelerate the roll-out of Green Rain.
CEO Damion Greef; “This is a world-changing piece of Great British machine learning software” “The legacy issues of outdated infrastructures are well documented…and in many cases have impacted on our day to day lives.”
To find out more about the Crowdcube fundraising opportunity, click on the Crowdcube logo above or click here.
Want to find out more about Green Rain? Sales Director Richard Beckensall explains all in the video clip below.
Damion Greef, CEO
Richard Beckensall, UK sales Director
Tel. 07555 323321