Cloud Do You Do? is a podcast full of interviews about cloud and IT related topics with special guests from the world of startups and corporates. When you build or scale business everything seems more important than IT infrastructure. We show you the opposite is the truth. Get comfy in the cloud with us. Powered by Revolgy.
Live at Latitude59: Cloud talk with Klaus, Pipedrive and Comodule
Revolgy brings you an exclusive live session recorded at Estonian startup conference Latitude59. We invited technical leaders from Pipedrive, Klaus and Comodule to talk about cloud and money! When you build or scale a business everything seems more important than IT infrastructure and its cost. In this session, our customers will show you the opposite is the truth. They talked about the principles of cloud cost operations, f**k ups they survived, its adoption in companies, and modern FinOps leadership at scaling startups.
Carge: Cloud simplifies charging electric vehicles wherever you go
Carge is the first e-Mobility Service Provider that helps EV drivers to seek, book, plug & pay at all charging stations throughout Europe - by using smart algorithms for grid balancing. Vlad Birsan and Dominik Hašek had a nice chat with founders Eleftherios Karabatsakis (CEO) and Peter Benos (CTO) about electromobility and its marketplace, cloud technology connection, and their amazing solution for charging pain points for all drivers across Europe.
Sorry about the sound quality, the internet connection was particularly bad that day.
Roland Meertens: Will robots and self-driving cars dominate our future?
Roland Meertens is Machine Learning Engineer at Annotell, the company whose mission is to make safe perception possible. Their software platform and teams make it possible to get the right data to develop and validate autonomous cars' safe perception systems. As he says, he builds self-driving cars and makes robots, he can even make an IKEA table autonomous! What is the process to make a thing autonomous? What does he think about the nearest future of technology? And where does cloud computing stand in all this?
Jan Špitálník: Whatever we do at Showmax, we do for customers
Jan works as a CTO at Showmax and DStv. Both are huge and very successful subscription video-on-demand services in sub-Saharan Africa under the MultiChoice brand. Fergus and Matej asked about the work style in engineering teams, about life in the company, and of course, they talked about cloud and technical challenges Showmax has. Which cloud provider do they use and why? What is the main difference between Europe and Africa in terms of technology? What about security challenges? Listen to what Jan has to say about it.
Matúš Kocka: Cloud, DevOps and cycling at Rouvy
Matúš Kocka is a cycling enthusiast and Infrastructure Team Lead & Senior DevOps Engineer at ROUVY, a globally famous application that allows you to bring the cycling experience of Alpine climbs into your home. ROUVY, based in Vimperk (a little Czech town in mountains), offers unique software for indoor cycling that uses virtual reality to bring real cycling routes. Rouvy app runs on Google Cloud for a long time now and their infrastructure team is very experienced in the GCP environment. They can scale the infrastructure easily based on the demand of the market, optimize the cost, and use unlimited computing power to handle demanding tasks (processing large video files, data-intensive operations etc).
But how does the backend of Rouvy app works in terms of cloud infrastructure and the cycling industry? What are the biggest challenges?
Arpad Kun: Multi-cloud and independent strategy at a full-featured mobile CI/CD
Arpad Kun, VP of Engineering and Infrastructure at Bitrise, talk about cloud strategy, company culture and new challenges in the world of mobile apps and DevOps. Bitrise is a full-featured mobile CI/CD in the cloud. They create an end-to-end platform for mobile development that automates core workflows, shortens release cycles and provides a better understanding of how new pieces of code will affect live apps before their release. Why do Bitrise use the multi-cloud strategy and how do they find balance? How do they manage and invest in fast-scaling teams around the world? Listen to what Arpad has to say about a mobile DevOps company with a cute cat.
As more of the world shifts to doing everything from their smartphones, the ability to build better iOS and Android apps has to move with it. Bitrise aims to be the go-to company closing the gap between that mobile demand and a company’s ability to get apps out faster while also balancing all of the moving parts and complexities.
Two years ago, Bitrise, headquartered in Budapest, went through Y Combinator’s Growth Program to scale its company, and has now tripled its headcount and opened offices in London, San Francisco, Boston and Osaka. Bitrise announced $60 million in Series C funding in late 2021, led by Insight Partners, with participation from existing investors Partech, Open Ocean, Zobito, Fiedler Capital and Y Combinator.