What We Do and How We Can Help
We consult, architect and build.
Whether you are an SME or Enterprise, we act as trusted advisors and deliver cohesive end-to-end solutions for our clients. Our approach is business oriented, context aware, and outcome focused.
Application architecture focuses on architecting and delivering modern, sustainable, and scalable systems. These typically span a variety of architectural styles and approaches including microservices and serverless. We deliver end-to-end value for customers, and ensure the solution can be appropriately managed and maintained by operational staff.
Data engineering plays a critical role in solving contemporary business challenges. Whilst “software is eating the world”, we believe data is shaping the world. Through this practice, we help clients extract benefit and insight from their existing data, by managing, transforming and securing data at scale.
Our expertise in cloud engineering incorporates secure infrastructure design, automation and testable programmable infrastructure. Whether utilising native cloud services, or delivering solutions on top, our clients rely on us to help leverage the right services to innovate, scale and deliver faster.
Engaged with the technology community
Being involved in the tech community is a massive part of our company culture. We are the founders and organisers of several meet up groups, speak and attend conferences and are always keen to share our knowledge, experiences and opinions through our blogs and webinars.
We have active partnerships with the world’s leading technology organisations and aim to be at the forefront when it comes to new technologies and increasing our technical expertise. We do however remain independent and don’t resell, ensuring our advice is always impartial, and in the best interest of our clients.
Delivering value to our clients
Over the years, we have worked with a range of clients, from large well-established blue chip organisations to small disruptive startups helping them to solve complex challenges. Here are some of the recent engagements we have been involved in.
“Gaining value from Apache Cassandra training and benefiting from data insights.”Read the case study
“Reducing time and effort spent on server provision and administration.”Read the case study
“Streamlined and faster, now able to fix problems immediately reducing costs.”Read the case study
“Benefiting from 40% cost savings through a world-class solution.”Read the case study
“Increased efficiency and resulted in savings of up to 45% on server costs.”Read the case study
“Increased operating efficiency, improving customer service and reducing costs.”Read the case study
To identify service boundaries, it is not enough to consider domains only. Other forces like organisational communication structures, and time, strongly suggest that we also should include other criteria in our considerations. This blog documents a list of heuristics for service decomposition. Read more
Microservices anti-patterns are not always technical; they are often caused by how people approach building a system. This blog post goes into some of the most relevant anti-pattens we encountered building microservice architectures. Read more
In this blog, Sarunas discusses how to use Terraform to create Google Cloud Functions and describes Terraform code in depth, with examples. Read more
Events and commands are essential building blocks of event-driven systems. This blog post aims to have a pragmatic look at the different roles they play in event-sourced architectures Read more
All AWS, All managed service, All the way from source to production. A step by step guide to deploying "serverless" containers using Fargate ECS and Codepipeline. Read more