Cloud developers — you’ve got it all. You can code in your choice of languages, enjoy portability with containers, minimize complexity with serverless, and manage the entire software lifecycle by following DevOps principles. But let’s face it, building and onboarding new cloud applications still requires a lot of manual planning, synthesis, and, yes, hard work. You need to research and plan your deployment, create a workable, secure architecture, and of course, you need to write the actual code.
For the last several decades, the cloud has been primarily a “do it yourself” model with volumes of options that have made development more complicated. The cloud went from overwhelmingly exciting to…. a bit overwhelming.
What if we all could bring that excitement back? What if you had some help that was available whenever and wherever you needed it?