You're Moving So Fast That Switching To Kubernetes Feels Like Changing A Tire While Driving
Leading development in a fast-growing startup is never easy—you operate under constant pressure to release new features quickly while context switching between development and putting out fires.
You know that Kubernetes can make your team more efficient, help you save on costs, and unlock multicloud support for your product, but you also know that you don’t have the resources to lead a successful and interruption-free migration to Kubernetes. So you wait…
Tired Of Learning On The Job Or Working With Flaky Freelancers?
Hiring good people is hard, and you’re lucky if you can find someone with Kubernetes experience whom you can trust.
Assigning someone from your existing development team to learn Kubernetes on the job isn’t ideal either—it can slow down development and be risky. The fewer risks you take in this process the better because the Kubernetes decisions you make now will affect your product’s future stability.