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DevOps & Cloud Management

Take the hassle of running the cloud
off your shoulders

Delegate time and cost-consuming tasks
to focus on product and competitive advantage

Global changes have transformed the software industry in recent years, leading to widespread use of Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) practices. Essentially, these are industrial methods adapted for IT, like the Ford conveyor idea. Features and components now move down the production line.

Software development has become substantially more productive and efficient. Code is shipped continuously in small chunks, with far fewer bugs that are easier to fix. The result is faster, cheaper, and higher quality applications.

At the same time, any conveyor requires engineers to implement, maintain, and modify it as the product changes. The DevOps role has emerged to ensure that the development “production line” works correctly.

There was also a tectonic shift in the IT industry with the advent of the public cloud, its new Infrastructure-as-a-Service model, and various specialized, scalable, pay-as-you-go services.

Launching tech projects with smaller teams and at a fraction of the cost has now become possible, using the rich building blocks of a cloud provider, configurable out-of-the-box. However, these cloud implementations need to be built, managed, and maintained with specific expertise.

In parallel with DevOps, which changed the development, the operational roles of SysOps, SecOps, and FinOps appeared to ensure the operability of existing software and infrastructure.

All these four operational roles perform cyclic, regular work. Neglecting operations can lead to underserviced infrastructure, resulting in loss of cost control, performance and security degradation, failures, and teamwork breakdown.

We combine all the necessary work for ongoing operations and development of infrastructures as part of a common Cloud Management service. This is the essence and expertise of our company – you do product, we do cloud.

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Why is it beneficial to delegate cloud management?

Leverage our cloud proficiency to augment your team with battle-hardened, certified specialists in a seamless bond.
We become part of your company, always stay in touch, and can participate in sprints and plan long-term changes.

Lifting the burdens so you don’t have to:

  • Engage in headhunting and determine who is a good DevOps and cloud engineer – especially given the shortage of good specialists.
  • Worry that your cloud specialists need more competence, training, and certification.
  • Or that a specialist from the staff went on vacation, got sick, or quit.
  • Manage, give the right tasks, and supervise their implementation.
  • Do costly lay-offs.
  • Provide 24/7 support by own specialists (requires a staff of 5-6 specialists working a 40-hour week, taking into account vacations, weekends, and sick days).
As an outsource expert team, we handle all these concerns for you. A cloud management contract is like an insurance policy. Delegating these responsibilities to us assures you that every task, everything related to your workloads is getting done, and problems get solved any time, day or night.  
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Why us?

  • We focus on supporting web projects in the cloud, have experience in the field, and have many completed implementations. We know how to “cook” the cloud for web applications.
  • Our engineers are devoted to their specialization and constantly learn, actualize their knowledge, and update their certifications.
  • Being a company registered in European jurisdiction also simplifies the conclusion of agreements and implementing compliance.
  • Lastly, unlike the standard practice when contractors resell cloud resources to their clients, motivated to increase their cloud spend, we ultimately cut your costs and earn only on our competence.

Cloud Management Operations


This is an engineering role specializing in the development process based on the Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery methodology. This allows you to move from a chaotic development process to a systemic one.

A DevOps engineer works at a crossroads of software development and system administration. This specialist must know the technology stack of the project, as well as the nuances of its assembly and testing. And the system administration knowledge allows him to deploy the project optimally and seamlessly.

This expertise in software delivery automation pays off handsomely, allowing you to streamline development with modern tools – faster, safer, and cheaper.

What do we do regularly as DevOps specialists?

  • Set up, monitor, and optimize your deployment pipelines
  • Roll migrations correctly, and also, when necessary, correctly roll them back :)
  • Deploy scheduled or quick-fix releases
  • Configure a system that can rollback a failed release
  • Deploy to various stages: dev environment, staging, production, etc.

DevOps is essential for actively developed projects, while SysOps is a set of operations on the production workloads to keep them up and running, monitor them, and identify potential sources of failure. 

Our job is maintaining operational excellence for your workloads, continuously refining procedures, and making changes safely and incrementally. Lastly, our experience allows us to mitigate the pitfalls of undermaintained infrastructure. 

This is how we make sure the system works properly:

  • Proactive monitoring of what is happening to all active workloads
  • Preventing all kinds of failures, solving problems
  • Logging and analytics
  • Finding bugs, notifying developers
  • System reboots
  • Disaster recovery
  • Observing the behavior of the system, how it scales, how it balances
  • Installing software updates, patching proactively
  • Regular optimizations

AWS is designed to help you build secure, high-performing, resilient, and efficient application infrastructure.

If the vendor is responsible for the security of the cloud, we take responsibility for your workloads living in the cloud. This includes data, access policies, and resource configuration – all done with a security-by-design approach, so you’re never caught off-guard. 

SecOps is recurring work like differentiating access rights between system components and controlling access to system data.

Here are some of the regular operations we perform: 

  • Strong identity foundation, access and permission management 
  • Encryption control, protection of data at transit and rest
  • Detection of suspicious activity
  • Incident response and resolution
  • Finding, fixing problems and vulnerabilities
  • Implementing traceability for system events
  • Implementation of automatic system response to threats
  • Reducing human factor by minimizing manual access to data

Cloud as a set of services has shifted IT infrastructure spending from the capital to operational, elastically changing with needs and workloads.

However, without FinOps processes, easily accessible requests to paid cloud provider services can get out of hand and lead to excess spending, and nobody likes to see eye-popping bills.

We can build cloud services with responsibility for your expenses, monitor them in real-time, and automate them. We apply our cloud expertise to FinOps practices to ensure that the cloud works for you as it should.

Some of the ways how we keep expenses under control:

  • Analyzing infrastructure through an engineering lens: rebuilding the workload and selecting the optimal services so that the same user experience costs less
  • Auditing and attributing expenses
  • Choosing the correct resource types, sizes, and numbers
  • Selecting the best pricing model with instances reservation strategies, and getting discounts from AWS
  • Implementation of automated cost control systems
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