Piotr Grześkowiak has been at Automation Logic for just over five years, starting out in our DevOps Academy after graduating in Computer Science with Information Security. During those 5 years, he’s gone from an engineer in training to a well respected senior engineer, trusted by the whole company. Piotr’s been on three Central Government client […]
We interviewed AL’s co-founders Kris & Norm about their journey building Automation Logic into the business it is over the last 12 years. From the values they’ve set in place, to the struggles they’ve faced. And obviously, because it’s pretty difficult not to mention it these days, the impact covid had.
A memoir of a Workload Migration engineer by Liam Rae-McLauchlan We’ve all read the blogs and articles about migrating to the Cloud and its benefits, but in practice it can be a daunting task. Maybe your organisation is planning to move to the cloud, or is already trying – up to 85% of enterprises are […]
In the fast-moving and often confusing world of technology and IT, we’re used to words having multiple meanings and interpretations. Every organisation has varying terminology, and many words we use daily have very different meanings in different contexts. Three prime examples of this are “workload”, “application” and “service”, which come up a lot when we […]
The Graduate DevOps Academy Final Project To complete the 12-week intensive training our DevOps graduates go through to become junior DevOps Engineers, they are all tasked with a final project. This project is undertaken in small groups, and we continuously evolve the ask in these projects to match current business needs. For example this group […]
3 common experiences highlighted among women in tech Women are still in the minority in tech There is an unmet demand for female role models in STEM and Tech? Gender imbalance in tech is equal across all size organisations (Source: Women in Tech Industry) And yet, McKinsey analysis found that companies in the top quartile […]
Imposter Syndrome by Liam Rae-McLauchlan A recent study, reported by Forbes, claims up to 70% of people will experience Imposter Syndrome at some stage in their career – yet, somewhat ironically, we can’t help but feel alone and isolated. Imposter Syndrome can affect anyone at any time. It can also manifest itself differently in […]
In 2020, at that confusing time in life when the pandemic was a new word in our vocabularies, I wrote a blog for Automation Logic that laid out our initial plan of how we would tackle the uncertainty of the initial stages of lock-down. We focused on 5 topics 1- Trusting and empowering people 2- […]
Every company has their own individual goals, but app migration will help you reach them. By Adam Jasinski Workload Migration is an enablement for long term business sustainability. The drivers are typically derived from a long-term strategy, focusing on long-term goals such as Cost, Agility, Security and Governance. The products that bring value to your […]
Throughout my transition from solo programming to DevOps consultant, I heard one consistent answer to the question of what DevOps actually is: “It’s a philosophy”. Be it on my own prejudices, that answer has never seemed sufficient to me. It conjures an image of IT professionals smoking pipes and pondering “If a server crashes, but […]
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