What are managed services?
Managed Services are IT solutions for your team to improve efficiency and reduce the costs of your business.
What are some examples available for me?
Commercial Cloud Services and Government Managed Services are some managed IT services you can adopt.
What are the benefits of Commercial Cloud Services?
We encourage you to adopt solutions by commercial cloud providers. If you are a public servant, you can consider using Government Commercial Cloud.
Cloud adoption brings you many benefits. This includes:
Improved IT Delivery and Ops
You can enjoy a reduction in development time, day-to-day support and maintenance (e.g. using Infra as Code or CI/CD implementation).
With cloud services, you can scale up or down your hosting resources on demand.
You can rapidly deploy application updates and react to increased service demand or security threats.
Cloud service providers offer you robust security features and internationally recognised certifications that would be a challenge for any single organisation to deliver on its own.
What are the benefits of Government Managed Services?
The Government builds and manages a variety of digital services and tools that your development teams can leverage on. You can now save your team time and effort from building tools from scratch. Some of these include:
NDI - for authenticating your citizens and companies, and providing consent-based access to citizen data
Isomer - for the hosting and deployment of your static sites
Ship - a CI/CD and team collaboration platform
Hats - a functional testing platform for your web and mobile applications
SGDS - a design system for your government websites
For a more comprehensive list of services, we recommend that you visit our technologies page.
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Last updated 26 January 2021