Ammeon announced as Wind River’s Gold Partner

Ammeon and Wind River Partnership

Wind River and Ammeon bringing Cloud and Software Engineering to a new age

Wind River, a global leader in delivering software for intelligent connected systems have announced, Ammeon, a provider of Enterprise DevOps, Cloud and Software Engineering as its newest Gold level member to their partner ecosystem. Together, We will bring decades of experience in technology leadership, innovation, and industry-specific insights to their future engagements.

As part of this new partnership, the CEO of Ammeon, Stian Kildal recently sat down with Thomas Rosen, Vice President of EMEA Sales from Wind River to talk about how software companies are delivering today and what is keeping them from achieving developer velocity and software excellence.

They also discussed what this partnership will bring to Ammeon and Wind River customers and engagements? What roadblocks might Ammeon and Wind River expect? And how will customers know when they need uThe s?

Creating an application template from an existing application

Ammeon | September 10, 2021

In this blog post we’ll be looking at how to take that running application and create an application template from it.  This will allow the whole application to form a simple repeatable deployment based on a few given parameters. 

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Ammeon awarded Container Platform Specialist status by Red Hat

Ammeon | August 27, 2021

Red Hat have awarded us with Container Platform Specialist status. This has been awarded to us for our consistent high standards of Red Hat OpenShift delivery, as well as our specialist expertise and experience that we bring to projects. Ammeon has become one of Red Hat’s leading professional service partners across Europe and our work with OpenShift has been a major reason for this award. We design, build, deploy and manage OpenShift models for our customers across a range of …

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How Can Flow Efficiency Improve Productivity

Ammeon | July 4, 2021

Flow efficiency examines the two basic components that make up your lead time: work and wait time.

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