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Are you looking for skilled Elixir/Erlang developers? Cloud solutions experts? Or maybe DevOps and SRE engineers?

Then search no more as we are here to help you!

Well-knit team

Building an IT team is hard. Building an IT team of individuals with broad, complementary skill sets is even harder. But we would like to offer you our help with that. We have known and worked with each other for couple of years thus we won’t need time for team-building and can get straight to the job.

Elixir and Erlang

We are functional programming enthusiasts, especially fond of Erlang and Elixir - both of which we have battle-tested in real-time, highly available distributed systems.

Cloud solutions

We have great experience in designing systems that use public cloud platform, migrating on-premise infrastructures into cloud and expanding our clients’ systems into multiple regions across the globe.


We strongly believe in and support Blockchain revolution. Our vast experience with high performance, distributed and secure systems, combined with our readiness and desire to work with Blockchain makes us perfect match to help you achieve your business vision.


CI/CD pipelines, automated deployments, infrastructure as a code - they might be just buzzwords for some people but for us they are the way to go.

Site Reliability Engineering

Do you want to have better insight into your system performance? See in real-time how your platform reacts for increased load? Or maybe you want to proactively monitor your infrastructure and react to anomalies? We can help you achieve that.

High Quality IT Services

We have worked with substantial enterprise organizations and very fresh startups. Our expertise covers a plethora of business domains, just mentioning the few like AdTech, MarTech, FinTech, eCommerce, Public Transport, Instant Messaging and IoT.

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Ode to Erlang

By Patryk Lenza on December 11, 2018

On the beginning… I wrote this blog post for myself. Myself from 10 years ago, to be precise. This is a post I wish I could send back in time and show to myself. I’m sure it would change my direction and career. If you have heard about Erlang but are not sure if it is worth giving it a try…or you just love Erlang and would like to hear my praise for it, please read on.

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How We (almost) Reinvented Jenkins X on Our Own

By Sebastian Feduniak on December 4, 2018

Introduction I assume that almost everyone heard about the Jenkins. Many of you heard about the Kubernetes. In the world of infrastructure as a code in many cases, we set up Jenkins server in an automated fashion. There are plenty of solutions which we can leverage - starting from Jenkins Job Builder, through job-dsl and ending with Jenkins Pipelines. However, here comes a tricky question: how many of you automated Jenkins setup on Kubernetes?

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7 Subjective Annoucements from re:Invent 2018 You Need to Know

By Wojciech Gawroński on November 30, 2018

Introduction There is a saying that every single year a couple of small businesses or growing startups are going to die around the same time. The carnage happens close to the end of the November each year. Amazon Web Services organize an event called re:Invent, where they announce significant changes in their ecosystem and platform - including new services and extensions for existing ones. Jokes aside, keeping up with the pace of the changes across the year is incredibly hard.

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A Recipe for Safe Scale Down of the Amazon ECS cluster

By Sebastian Feduniak on November 8, 2018

Introduction and Problem definition If you have worked with containers and AWS for sure you have heard about Amazon Elastic Container Service, called in short ECS. It is a workhorse for your AWS infrastructure, mainly if you use containers and do not use Kubernetes. Operating this service in most cases is an enjoyable experience. However, there is one caveat which you need to be aware. The problem surfaces when you would like to downsize your cluster, but you want to preserve certain machines from being removed.

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