At Bekitzur over the last decade or so, we’ve built a successful managed software development company and grown our team to over 100 skilled professionals. A key strategy has been getting our hands dirty with AWS native technologies like the RDS database portfolio, EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service), Kinesis, Redshift and more. We’ve made cloud-native technologies our standard operating procedure because it’s the way the best software gets done – faster, at lower cost and more rapid innovation than ever before.
That’s why today, we are spinning out a new services practice we’re calling CloudGeometry, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bekitzur.
Through CloudGeometry, we are putting service practices in place to help our clients achieve sustainable, repeatable, and economically compelling cloud operations. They are meant to ensure your business grows (geometrically, of course). Look for offerings that specialize in cloud migration, database migration, monitoring, compliance, security and advanced practices such as CI/CD and cloud-native strategies like Kubernetes and Docker.
While we have given this a new name, the services we have practiced using the cloud have been long as a part of our experts’ skills portfolio. As the name suggests, CloudGeometry is built around the many dimensions of designing, developing, and operating software and services more effectively using the cloud platform. We’ve learned from experience – not all of it instantly successful – that a well-structured, rules-driven, measurement-centric approach with clearly understood rhythms is both simplifying and powerful. If the image reminds you of your early education in spatial and mathematical reasoning, you get the picture.
As a specialized expert consultancy, CloudGeometry focuses on the cloud domain commonly known as DevOps. Organizations using a DevOps model set out to deliver applications quicker and innovate faster. Leveraging AWS lets us help you make the best of cloud’s potential: elastic, on-demand infrastructure resources and tooling, designed to support DevOps practices including continuous integration and delivery, infrastructure as code, microservices, and monitoring & logging.
We believe that by getting the “geometric elements” right, you get elastic compute that can be scaled up or down within minutes. Combining these DevOps tools with CloudGeometry practices helps you automate infrastructure and software release processes at scale.
Naturally, with AWS, there’s no hardware to set up, manage, or operate. By using AWS with CloudGeometry, you can focus on rapidly and reliably delivering new features and services to better serve your customers.