Your code is everything. Market differentiation can be a period of days. If you cannot enable rapid deployment, are you still competitive?
We have a proven method of delivery. A small team, working in parallel with your experts, in a rapid delivery.
Cloud costs can be prohibitive. If you are just starting out, we focus on just-in-time resource availability. If you are an enterprise, we do the same, and help you audit solutions for chargebacks or revenue share. We will happily cloud your:
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We containerize your application to enable cloud-native development.
Your app can become federated, self-healing, resilient, and secure.
Our deploment strategy leverages production-tested frameworks, justifying customization only when necessary.
Where it makes sense to refactor, we help your dev teams accomplish intelligent process division into relevant microservices.
Your app will respond as quickly in Singapore as in Sydney, San Francisco, and Saskatchewan.
Pay only for the cloud that you need, when you need it.
A fervent solution innovator, Josh remains pleasantly thrilled by the grassroots wealth generated by trending technology. He actively engages in discussions with owners on topics of cloud-based services, new cloud planning and deployment, and application cost reduction. Josh leverages decades of information and process management. He holds a Bachelors of Arts in English (Creative Writing) from Bethel College in Kansas, and has received certification in project management, ISO auditing, and Six Sigma process improvement.
Scott is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist and open source software engineer, co-developing both experimental cultural projects and emerging technologies. Scott co-founded the Basekamp art and research group (the year Google was founded!) and the massively collaborative Plausible Artworlds international network, as well as helping to develop open source software as technical team lead on some of the world’s top digital media properties. Scott is currently a Kubernetes project Member, contributing to Helm and co-maintains Charts.
Tony is an ardent technologist with broad experience bringing open source technologies to a wide range of industries. He is very passionate about working with many of today’s leading technologies and empowering organizations with them. As a proponent of open source, he is very active in various communities. He has been on the organizing committees for DevOps Camp and the DevOps Summit, both held at The United Nations as well as the GothamSass and Drupal NYC meetups. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in classical double bass performance from the Manhattan School of Music. He lives in upper Manhattan with his wife and young son and enjoys cooking and travelling.
Nicolas is an enthusiastic technologist. A fast learner and problem solver, Nicolas is dedicated to quality improvements in SDLC and Cloud Operations. Nicolas has vast experience working with major corporations, as well as participating and contributing to the open source community and the meetup scene. He is passionate about software architecture and resources optimization. Nicolas did his undergraduate studies in his native Buenos Aires, Argentina.