Different cloud environments have different strengths. Ngineered’s employees all have experience of running production workloads in a variety of cloud environments and can help you to find the one that’s right for you.
They keep a close track of all of the latest tools to be released by these vendors, and do strict testing of them before rolling out to customers. They also offer regular tech briefings to keep you abreast of any changes or updates.
On the community side, Ngineered support and run the Cloud East meetup group which teaches participants about everything from scaling WordPress to implementing containers.
Open Source is rapidly becoming the default way to deliver software. Cost effective,
cloud-native, and open, Ngineered will always use open source where possible.
Ngineered’s founder Ric Harvey has been a strong part of the open source community
for over 15 years and has contributed to a wide variety of projects including Ubuntu,
Wordpress and Docker.
Ngineered reflects a culture of openness, and this is built into the company’s key values.
Popularised by Docker, containers are a consistent, lightweight wrapper for your application that are free of dependencies. Because they are so small, they enable you to get the most out of your compute resource and can help with everything from rapid deployment of code to cloud portability.
Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are all invested heavily in container, and have either built container technology into their cloud offerings, or released products to help manage and orchestrate them.
Ngineered use the latest in containerisation technologies (e.g. Docker, CoreOS, Kubernetes) to enable the benefits of them.