Well, our devs keep coming up with new features, meaning my fingers are really going to need a break from typing this summer. This time, they’re really excited so, without further ado, I’d like to present Cycloid StackForms.
One of the things you accept when you’re a freelancer is that, along with the freedom and ability to work from a beach in Bali (I mean, it would really upset my husband, but I could), you sometimes get the short end of the stick when it comes to benefits and non-monetary compensation.
StackCraft, our WYSIWYG cloud designer, allows you to drag and drop resources to create new infrastructure templates (stacks). It’s a tool that will revolutionize the way your teams create infrastructure, bringing a new level of visibility and collaboration to your processes. Want to know how we do it? Read on.
Visibility and accessibility are key factors when it comes to efficient software development. They’re also key pillars of DevOps, and a first step in the fight against silos which hinder, well, pretty much everything.
Today's infrastructures are complex and inaccessible to everyone except the most technical profiles. This isn't good for efficient teamwork. Infrastructure diagrams don't work with modern infrastructures, so we've come up with an alternative called InfraView.
What are you doing Monday? Monday, June 29th 2020 that is? We’re inaugurating a brave new world of online entertainment here at Cycloid with the announcement of a 100% remote hackathon, and we’d love you to take part. It’s a first for us; since we can’t have the usual get-togethers, meet-ups, and retreats that normally keep up social, we’ve been looking for alternatives, and we think a hackathon could be just the ticket.
If you’ve recently moved into the world of DevOps, or are thinking of it, you’ll soon come into contact with infrastructure as code. It’s a mainstay of good DevOps practice, but it can be hard to get your head around if you’re not familiar with infrastructures in the first place.
In April 2020, Cycloid turned 5. In the midst of corona-madness, we celebrated the fact that in the 5 years since the words "DevOps framework" were ever mentioned, we've gone from strength to strength, without ever losing sight of the things that make us truly "us".
Take a look at the articles below, Each focuses on an element of Cycloid that is really important to us as a team and a business. Hopefully, you'll be entertained, informed, or even inspired and, as ever, if you'd like to talk to us about any of the topics, just reach out. We'd love to hear from you!
How's working from home working out for you? If you're like many people, you'll have been working remotely for a while now. We here at Cycloid certainly have, but it's not a corona-thing - we've been remote-first since the start.
Cycloid is and always has been remote-first. With the avalanche of recent remote-working resources out there, we're not offering any special advice. Instead, we're telling you about our remote journey and sharing the things we've learned along the way.
TerraCognita is a key part of Cycloid. We call it our "reverse Terraform" and we're going to show you how it's going to make your move to DevOps easier than you might have previously imagined.
Today, we want to show you how Cycloid is currently being used in a situation that is pretty unusual, both for our customer and for us. Coronavirus has had an impact on almost every business imaginable, but the consequences for organizations that need to plan in advance around events that rely on mass public participation have been huge. The organization that we're looking at today found itself in precisely this situation and immediately got to work trying to find a workaround. The process makes for some pretty interesting reading, so let's take a look.