The only way organizations can build true resilience is through handling real-life situations. Today’s story explains what helped PortaOne ensure that our tech infrastructure could survive both the OVH fire and the first weeks of the Russian invasion. And what a high school computer science teacher has to do with it all.
It was a regular Thursday morning for Roman Khalenkov, chief commercial officer at PortaOne. Roman brewed his coffee and posted a new set of Barcelona street art to his Instagram. He then opened his office email and…
Dual Version allows gradual migration of customer batches to a new release, avoiding the risks of unexpected downtime and impaired user experience. In this story we explain how we launched DV, failed, pivoted, and re-launched it again successfully. We also tell the story of a smart dude who never gives up.
Agile, Scrum, and Kanban were fancy in the 2000s. Today, it seems, everyone in software development either tried them and dropped them or is a staunch devotee. But our experience with Agile in the 2020s is a bit different – and particularly interesting.
After switching to Linux and by mid-2000-s we had sufficient engineering teams to scale installs of our software. We saw building our telco configurator as one of the major essential features to continue growing and stay competitive