What happens if we wait to pull the trigger?

Erik Osterman

What’s it costing your business if you wait?

The longer you wait, the more time & effort you'll waste on maintenance rather than innovation. The more tech debt you'll amass. The more opportunities you'll miss.

Your developers will be less productive, which means you'll be paying more while getting less done in return.

The sooner you streamline your operations the faster you will move:

  1. Reduce your opportunity cost and capitalize on the investment sooner
  2. Release more features to customers faster
  3. Control operating costs to do more for less

Not to mention, your developers will love you for making their lives easier. The last thing developers want is to do things by hand.

What evidence backs your claims or promises?

Erik Osterman

Here are some additional resources you can review:

  1. Our GitHub is where we publish over 140 terraform modules we've written and open-sourced under the Apache 2 software license. Our repos see over 11K unique visitors every single day and have over 5000 stars. We receive dozens of Pull Requests every week.
  2. Our Reviews are glowing both from our customers and from our community.
  3. Our Community will tell you how much we've helped them. You can scan through all of our archives to see what they say.
  4. Our YouTube Channel showcases many of our presentations and webinars
  5. Our Office Hours Recordings demonstrate our depth of knowledge and commitment to help.
  6. Our Service Catalog is what lets us rapidly deploy the applications you see in our demos and is regularly updated.
  7. Our Work is Cited in academic papers by Caltech.

Who has it not worked for?

Erik Osterman

We have a very specific mission, which means we may not be a good fit for all companies.

  1. Companies who are too small (1-2 engineers) may struggle with the upkeep of managing their own infrastructure.
  2. Companies who do not commit any in-house resources to learn the new software stack will have a tough time (you own it after all!)
  3. Companies who prefer to use different tools than we prescribe may run into integration challenges (we recommend what we know works)

If any of these sound familiar, please discuss with us before proceeding.