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Green computing - Reduce the Environmental Impact of IT

Whether your company decides to outsource its datacenter entirely or have ASA manage your internal datacenter, our "Green IT" infrastructures not only maximizes your comany's bottom line, but will reduce the overall IT carbon footprint as well.
Through our technology partnerships with companies such as VMware and Cisco, ASA services and solutions utilize leading edge technology which allows our clients to reduce the energy demands of their servers through server consolidation and dynamic management of computer assets across a pool of servers. Most servers and desktops today are in use at only 5-15% capacity in the time they are powered on. ASA monitors utilization across the datacenter and intelligently powers off unneeded physical servers without impacting applications and users. WIth ASA virtualization and outsourcing solutions, client reduce server sprawl and associated energy costs by as much as 80%.

Benefits of green computing:

Replacing capital expenses with operating expenses
Reduced hardware costs
Reduced capacity needs
Reduced technology risk
Increased productivity
Improved user experience
Reduced environmental impact

ASA launches the Business Intelligence practice and middleware services in USA.

We provide software architecture services, implementation and post implementation services. We provide maintenance for projects that have already gone live. We provide consultancy in Estimation, Pre Assessment, Assessment, Build, Test and Deploy. We perform custom migrations from Business Objects and other reporting platforms to OBIEE.

In simulation technology, middleware is generally used in the context of the high level architecture (HLA) that applies to many distributed simulations. It is a layer of software that lies between the application code and the run-time infrastructure. Middleware generally consists of a library of functions, and enables a number of applications - simulations or federates in HLA terminology - to page these functions from the common library rather than re-create them for each application

Middleware is especially integral to modern information technology based on XML, SOAP, Web services, and service-oriented architecture. ASA consultant can provide you services in a host of middlwares such as but not limited to OpenSAF, TIBCO, Informatica, Pervasive, WebMethods, and Oracle Fusion Middleware.


ASA Information Services:- Data Collection, Processing and Reporting

Data Management: From data collection and cleansing to reporting tools and automation. 

Data Mining: Includes cross tabs, data pulls, Excel/PowerPoint charts.


Analytics Support: Includes quantitative and qualitative research, forecasting, segmentation and targeting, concept test, dashboards and delivery tools, online survey programming, and data warehousing/business intelligence.


Our industry specific experts can help you embrace the future of work and reshape your enterprise.




SMAC Framework:-

This is the new enterprise IT model delivering an organization that is more connective, collaborative, real-time and productive. A new master IT architecture that blends social, mobile, analytics and clou technologies is emerging to catalyze organizational productivity and business competitiveness.While social, mobile, analytics and cloud technologies add a new dimension to your business model, to fully maximize their value consider the sum is greater than its parts. The formula for the Future of Work is called SMAC - social, mobile, analytics and cloud on one integrated stack, where each function enables another to maximize their effect. 

Big Data(S):- 

Big Data - developing business insight from data that is characterized by extreme volume, variety of data formats, velocity of record creation along with variable latencies and the complexity of individual data types within formats.

What is this data: internal transaction systems; internet click streams; sensor data; log files; mobile data rich with geospatial information; social network comments,etc, Technology


Progression is on following area Relational Database, Massively Parallel Processing (MPP), In-database analytics, Columnar Technologies, In-memory Databases, Hadoop / Map Reduce and Big Data. Read More....

Master Data Management (MDM):-

Technology-enabled business discipline that helps organizations achieve a "single version of the truth' in such important areas as customers and products. A large number of IT-based process-improvement initiatives depend fully or partially on precise and accurate master data. Rationalization of data warehouses and/or legacy instances of business applications from many-to-few, or many-to-one achieving, to some degree, a single view or standardized processes and a single view of the transaction, not necessarily a single view of the master data.Read More....

Data Virtualization & Middleware Server:-

Data virtualization is a form on middleware that integrates and delivers data to both internal and external consumers, in a loosely-coupled, logically-federated manner; from multiple disparate sources. Read More....

In Memory Computing (IMC):-

Dramatically faster data access via IMC technologies can profoundly change the nature of some applications - e.g., batch processes may be turned into real-time or near-real-time services. IMC consists of multiple application infrastructure technologies. Some IMC-enabling technologies, such as In Memory Data Grids (IMDGs) and In Memory Database Management Systems (IMDBMSs), will reach mainstream adoption during the next two to five years. Read More.... 

Cloud Computing:-

General style of computing in which scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service using Internet technologies. The model is changing the way the IT industry looks at user and vendor relationships.Read More....

Open Source Software:-

Open-source solutions are being deployed in increasingly mission-critical scenarios, where the service level must be equal to or better than closed-source alternatives.Open-source solutions are being adopted by increasingly conservative IT organizations that regard cost and risk mitigation as their primary concerns.

The adoption of open source is moving up the software stack from system infrastructure to application infrastructure and to applications.Open-source technologies are now embedded in many commercial software.Read More....