One of the biggest reasons to run any project with an Agile approach is to take distance from any form of waste to win time.
A good way to avoid problems with unique servers, is to automate the provisioning and configuration of the environment with a fully automated and script-driven DevOps pipeline.
Our visit to AWS Summit Stockholm turned out to be a great success - read what's up-and-coming on the field of Cloud Computing!
Some of us had opportunity to attend OpenShift Commons Gathering Helsinki. We wrote a summary of the highlights in this community event.
Client - case: Thanks to Cybercom's Managed Cloud Services, Outotec obtained more efficiency in application development, but also products of a higher quality. The new cloud service has been introduced extensively in application development, and the operating environment has been extensively automated through it, and can be repeated.
The AWS Pop-Up Loft in Stockholm is a temporary event and community space where you can attend sessions and workshops to enhance your technical skills, co-work with peers, and book one-to-one support with AWS experts.
Client case: As of the beginning of 2015, Kauppalehti's digital services were transferred to the Cybercom Cloud that is the main backend service platform for the kauppalehti.fi service. This means that Kauppalehti gets higher cost-efficiency, more data security and availability in situations where service end-users require that the 24/7 customer promise is kept.
Cybercom client case: Iltalehti.fi – The number one website in Finland.
So what is competence anyway? Simply put: Competence is one’s ability to execute given tasks successfully and efficiently. And without going too much to the theoretical definition, what competence is – you need to have enough of right competence at right time to succeed in business.
In a British sketch series from the 1990s, people became accustomed to seeing scorching sunshine covering a weather map, year after year, until the day when a cloud appeared, sending everyone into panic. Those of us who work in the field of information security may have harboured similar thoughts about cloud services. However, times have changed, and companies understand the business opportunities offered by cloud services better than before, and that includes the information security department.