Drive efficiency and revenue with cloud technology
Reduce Opex costs by 20% and Capex costs by 100% with cloud technology
Migrating to the cloud can transform your business efficiencyFrom on-premise to the cloud – a range of benefits:
FinTech start-up Moonfare serves 1,000 customers in their first year with zero costs using AWS
Choosing the right tools, tech stack and processes helped us build a product that is scalable and able to onboard new users as Moonfare grows.
Drive app revenue and performance into the cloudScalable architecture is an essential part of every project – leverage powerful tools that help you do more including CircleCI, Docker, DataDog, Terraform and Prometheus. Let’s work together!
Devops is one of the essential parts of every project – to meet the expectations of our clients we use the latest DevOps tools such as CircleCI, Docker, DataDog, Terraform and Prometheus.
These technologies enable us to maintain environment consistency and high predictability throughout the entire development and deployment process. As a result we can spot all potential issues before they happen.
Our DevOps team makes sure that the infrastructure we use to develop apps is scalable.
We use many external platforms, such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, DigitalOcean and Heroku to fulfil our clients’ needs, from cloud computing, storage, and content delivery to database and DNS management.
Our team also includes certified AWS Solutions Architect Associates
Every pull request automatically creates an isolated 'integration' environment with its own database.
This allows developers and QA engineers to instantly preview the delivered code before it is merged with one of the main branches.
Using this workflow simplifies and facilitates the development and testing processes.
Constant monitoring is essential to our work – we are immediately notified if traffic on your website suddenly increases.
As a result we can intervene before the app crashes and avoid any downtime. We leverage battleground-proven solutions, such as Pagerduty, DataDog, Prometheus and Pingdom.
Finally, we have a dedicated 24/7 with SLA emergency team that answers calls from Pagerduty and reacts in crisis situations.
Day or night, we always keep our finger on the pulse using Prometheus.
We are proud to be AWS Consultancy Partners
Resilient infrastructure and CI/CD to revolutionize healthcare in the cloud
The goal of the project was to deliver an application that will serve as a digital assistant to surgeons helping them before, during and after surgery – it helped make a surgeons work more efficient, less stressful, while ensuring the highest quality standards.
Full code refactoring and cloud deployment for Artemest
Artemest needed a comprehensive review of the platform and an upgrade of the existing code without interfering with their current business.
Netguru provided a full-stack solution to these problems, starting with an extensive DevOps review of the code. User interfaces were later created to reflect the extraordinary craft of the vendors.
Read what Marco Deseri (Chief Digital Officer) had to say here.
Supporting Inn Style’s development and infrastructure since 2012
Netguru has accompanied Inn Style on their journey from the very early days of their operation.
Inn Style is a property management system (PMS) that streamlines the work of accommodation owners by automating many of the processes that they would otherwise be doing manually.
Today, the platform is used by over 1,000 accommodation owners, and more than 364,000 reservations have been made. The company recently introduced a new product that captures an even bigger share of the holiday booking market.
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What is DevOps and cloud solutions and how can it help my business?Here are answers to some of the most common questions asked by our clients: Let’s work together!
First of all, DevOps is not a single person. It can be done by a person, an engineer, but it is a process, or more generally speaking a culture.
It originates from IT companies, as it is a proven model for production of software and digital solutions. Recently it has become so popular that everybody wants to work in a DevOps environment.
Why exactly? Because it is a culture based on open feedback, work automation, team communication, and continuous learning.
Serverless really means that you don’t need to think about the server, just run the code- this is normally backed up by cloud providers such as Amazon, Google or Microsoft to build a business.
You can utilize the cloud ecosystem to translate business goals into functions and services provided by the cloud – this lets you develop a product in a fast and scalable way while only paying for the features you are currently using.
Cloud-based software or a cloud-based application is an app that runs in the cloud and is interacted with by web browsers and APIs. It provides the functionality of a native application and its servers are usually located in a remote data center operated by a third-party cloud services infrastructure provider.
There are plenty of benefits of cloud application development. Firstly, they can be updated, tested and deployed really quickly, accelerating the response to your business needs, which increases agility and flexibility. Secondly, cloud-based applications rely on application programming interfaces (API), which provide access to third-party data sources and storage services. As a result, cloud applications can be smaller and are developed faster.
On top of that, cloud-based application development can be a gradual process. The components of the application and architecture can be implemented in steps. It also means lower costs for your business. As the major cloud infrastructure and service providers work at a very large scale, they can offer competitive prices that wouldn’t be possible with an equivalent on-premises installation. Cloud software is also characterized by higher data security. Again, cloud services can afford the infrastructure for security measures specific for large enterprises, and your business can leverage them on lower prices. Cloud applications are also better to scale and manage. And finally, they provide quick responsiveness and don't need to permanently reside on local devices.
The biggest difference between cloud and web applications is their architecture. It is a key benefit for users – they can use the cloud app offline as well and update its content online when needed. A cloud application performs processing tasks on a local computer or workstation. An Internet connection is required primarily for downloading or uploading data. A web application or web-based application, on the other hand, needs a continuous internet connection to function.
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