The Business Intelligence Group has awarded vFunction a 2023 Stratus Award for Cloud Computing in its annual business award program. The organization sought to identify the companies, products, and people that are offering unique solutions that take advantage of cloud technologies.
vFunction was recognized as a Cloud Disruptor due to its breakthrough work in Architectural Observability. The company officially launched vFunction Architectural Observability Manager (AO) this week. AO is a brand-new product that enables architects to fully understand their architecture, identify and fix drift and debt issues early and often, and generate a list of prescriptive modernization “to do” tasks to fix these architectural issues.
“Architectural technical debt continues to be one of the most critical problems facing businesses today as it inhibits innovation and business velocity by directly impacting product cycle times, testing, developer experience and retention, scalability, and cloud costs,” said Moti Rafalin, CEO of vFunction.
Rafalin added, “Our mission is to help architects identify and prioritize specific, actionable tasks to incrementally address architectural debt, supporting the full range of modernization use cases: full transformation of monolithic apps to microservices, partial and incremental extraction of services, managing tech debt in apps without transformation to microservices, simply by improving modularity of the apps, and lastly, preventing architectural drift in microservices so they don’t accumulate technical debt.”