Power to the developers, through autonomy is the tip of the iceberg called DevOps. When we help a company with DevOps, we thrive on ensuring autonomy with four fundamental building blocks, putting smiles on developers΄ faces and helping systems’ teams focus on important tasks.
Why we’re good at this
First, confidence, so anyone knows how and when to ship a code to production. Next is observability, so anyone knows what is the current status of the system and can follow up their releases. Then comes speed, which is essential in multiple directions; from ensuring good-performing software to shipping features and critical fixes timely to production. Last comes automation, which takes care of the repetitive error-prone tasks and leaves people to do what they know best, think and create.
Here’s how we do it
When we see an opportunity to extract work into a reusable tool, we do it. Then we make it open source, available for everyone to use and critique it. This can be purpose built Docker images, GitHub Actions and everything else you can find in our GitHub profile.
We strongly believe that selfless communication with other people, both offline and online, is integral in getting better. It brings useful input, whether that is validation or constructive criticism of an idea or tool. That’s why we have run the Docker Athens community since 2014 and also contribute to other communities, offline and online as well, both as speakers and audience.
We’ve been doing this for years
We are not new to this. We have been running Docker in production since 2013 and spinned up literally millions of containers with tools that we built. Antonis is one of the first, select few Docker Captains worldwide. We also like to bring the Docker and container community together in Docker Athens.
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