Here’s some of the secret sauce that powers our products:
Angular, Jest, NestJS, Next.js, Node.js, React, Redux, Symfony, Vue.js
AWS, Digital Ocean, GCP, Yandex.Cloud, GitLab, ELK, Graylog, Open Search, Sentry, Kubernetes, ArgoCD, Istio, Grafana, Loki, Prometheus, Thanos
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Blaming someone for their mistakes brings more mistakes, solving problems together brings results.
Everything gets peer reviewed, it facilitates knowledge sharing and better relationships.
When infrastructure is managed as a code, it gets revised as well. Having more control over what we run in production is great for stability.
We automate rigorously everything that’s repetitive and time consuming, our people should be focused on creative tasks, not repetitive ones.
Everything changes, and we love it, because it’s an opportunity to make things better.
We aim to deliver our products using the freshest code, and are always seeking newer and more innovative approaches in development.
As collaboration between the dev and ops part of the IT world becomes more important, we try to break the wall between the former and the latter. GitOps helps with that as it provides complete visibility on what is happening in the infrastructure alongside bringing familiar tools like git in day-to-day work for both sides. In our case, the technology we are using to achieve that is ArgoCD.
We have numerous teams which deploy numerous projects to Kubernetes clusters, so we're excited about awesome multi-tenancy support with SSO which allows teams to manage and see by using a nice UI how their precious software looks right in the cluster without giving them direct access to Kubernetes clusters.
Eventually it became an indispensable part of our workflow. We utilize a variety of standard features: store our code, docker images, and packages, and run CI/CD pipelines. GitLab is a rapidly expanding project, and we try to keep up with innovation. We use lots of helper-features to improve our developers’ lives, such as dependency proxy, review environments, package, and container registries. It’s grown to be an all-in-one solution and it works great!
Amazon Web Services
We use a lot of cloud services, because it keeps us from re-inventing the wheel and focuses our development on creating great products. Here are just a few examples that make up our stack.
We run a decent farm on EC2 instances and manage that with automation
Our analytics solution is scalable and adaptive to the customer needs, mostly thanks to the automation atop of AWS.
Our focus on customer experience, combined with customer-centric AWS helps us bring more value to our customers.
We embrace innovation, which is why our trickier apps are made with serverless.
Automation comes at a cost, which is careful and responsible monitoring. We utilize CloudWatch to make sure our services are running at their best.
Several databases cover our needs: we use relational databases for hot data storage, with data arriving within a few minutes after appearing at the data source, columnar database for regular storage and distributed object service (S3) for keeping our data lake always available and scalable for Big Data. Every data storage is universally available, monitored, backed up and scaled with AWS.