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    Building A Hybrid Cloud With Azure

    07.07.20 | Corbin Swagerty
    In this day and age who would bother developing solutions on anything but the public cloud? The answer: more people than you would think. Many companies provide essential services to a loyal customer base but have not invested in moving their infrastructure to the cloud. Why is this?

    Case Study: Cloud Architecture and Development for Data Science

    30.04.20 | Rylan Peters
    84.51° is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kroger, which serves over 62 million households across 38 states. Originally part of dunnhumbyUSA, Kroger purchased and renamed the company 84.51° in 2015. The name coincides with the location of its Cincinnati headquarters and is a tribute to the longitudinal analytics the company employs. 84.51° brings together 10+ petabytes of customer data, marketing strategy, and advanced analytics to drive sales growth and customer loyalty for Kroger and more than 300 consumer-packaged-goods companies in the U.S. using a proprietary suite of tools, technology, and customized data science.

    Case Study: Callibrity Leverages AWS in Real-time Monitoring, Multitenancy and Reporting

    22.04.20 | Josh Marotti
    Callibrity was challenged with the task of helping PLXIS, a client that was working in the credit card processing domain, with several technical obstacles to improve developer support and to support multiple clients. During this project, the solutions proposed by Callibrity enabled PLXIS to solve bugs efficiently, facilitate scaled reporting and use multitenancy to support multiple clients.

    Tips for Tech Teams Working Remotely

    30.03.20 | Shelly Valentine
    In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many tech companies are finding themselves working remotely and under-prepared. Some tech companies like GitLab - the largest all-remote company in the world, have no physical offices and roughly 400 employees so working remotely is business as usual. Other companies, like Twitter, just told all it's 5000 workers in 35 offices around the world to work from home.

    Case Study: Utilizing Remote Software Teams For Kroger

    27.03.20 | Shelly Valentine
    Kroger Technology solves real-world problems for millions of Americans in their everyday lives with industry-leading new tools like ClickList (online grocery shopping), mobile app innovations like shopping lists and store maps to assist finding products, and money saving digital coupons. Kroger Technology’s vision is to become the most valued technology organization in retail by driving culture not just leadership.