• Aug 10, 2020
The exciting growth potential unlocked by a cloud-native approach is what drives companies to envision their digital transformation powered by cloud-native innovation. However, setting up a cloud-native environment is a challenging and complex endeavor that can make companies feel stuck in the old world.
The three main challenges companies should prepare for:
In only a few years, release cycles, updates, new technologies, and consumer demands have evolved at a rapid pace, which has demanded even more specialization. Embracing the cloud-native approach is not enough to ensure a competitive edge. Partnering with industry leaders who have a track record of success ensures companies reap the benefits without the risk of failure.
That’s why viadee and Giant Swarm joined forces to help companies to actually benefit from a cloud-native stack by providing consulting, development, and operations at one stop.
viadee has a strong background in developing tailor-made applications for enterprise customers for more than 25 years and is happy to help with IT architects, developers, or coaches to either support internal teams and foster knowledge transfer or to take over the full responsibility of the application/platform itself. With over 150 experts and consultants based in Cologne and Münster (Germany), services can be provided on-premise or remotely, depending on the customer’s location.
Complementing internal teams with external consultants can significantly accelerate the journey towards tailor-made platforms and applications based on proven technologies and architectures. It’s even possible to outsource implementation work to unleash internal resources.
viadee’s competence center for cloud platforms and architectures is happy to staff different roles:
For more details, please visit viadee.
Having now covered the first two categories of challenges, ensuring the smooth operation of the platform and its applications is still needed. Otherwise, they cannot provide actual value for the business and its end users.
Giant Swarm builds, operates, monitors, and manages cloud-native platforms so customers can completely focus on building digital products that drive their competitive edge. This way they can accelerate their competitive advantage and avoid risks and delays. When it comes to operating your platform, don't leave anything to coincidence and instead rely on trusted experts.
Giant Swarm not only develops and operates the open-source technology for the cloud-native infrastructure, but is also available to internal teams at any time for questions, knowledge transfer, and solution development. Dedicated Solution Engineers can be included in the planning via Slack and weekly sync meetings to discuss future changes, plan upgrades, and support with individual solutions. This means that development teams can fully focus on their digital products. It reduces the risk of jeopardizing smooth operations or temporarily devoting themselves completely to problems with the infrastructure.
Benefit from the close partnership between viadee and Giant Swarm for smooth operations of your apps:
If you’re interested in a one-stop cloud-native solution backed by years of experience and real-life support, get in touch.
FYI: We will host a joint webinar on the topic How to scale modern software development through a common platform on September 1st. Details to follow soon!
We would love for you to join. If you have any questions you’d like us to address, drop us a tweet.
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