Across multiple cloud providers, technical stacks and platforms, we're constantly training on what's next.
From monolith to microservices and beyond, we're experts in helping organizations combine modern design patterns with modern infrastructure for solutions that are much more than the sum of their parts.
Distributed teams and agile workflows doesn't mean a lack of visibility. We work from shared workspaces and we leverage our engineering team to help build the 'glue' that drives easy to use, highly visible coordinated work.
We listen... a lot. We check in with teams at least weekly and review strategic goals on a monthly basis to make sure we're constantly aligning our efforts to have the greatest impact for our clients.
DevOps approaches include the continuous delivery of software components such as microservices rather than large-scale, periodic updates. Contrast that with the operating systems of today where large-scale, new inceptions are far more rare and continuous releases, automatically updated, are far more common. Beyond being a good “team-building” approach, this means your teams work more closely together more frequently and develop a deeper, more high-level understanding of the complete picture as opposed to just their specific tasks.… Read More
DevOps, in basic terms, is a combination of people and processes that includes the infiltration of software engineering tactics, skills, patterns, etc into the operations of the application into the production environment. DevOps security starts with asking the question “do I really need them in the first place?” Just to be clear: we’re not advocating an anarcho-tech landscape where nothing matters and nothing is important. It’s more about how all of those disciplines have historically split into these silos and we’ve allowed it do so where we can’t make changes fast enough for business anymore.… Read More