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1. How can my R&D team benefit from IAMOPS’ DevOps team? One of your responsibilities as the CTO is keeping your R&D team efficient and
At IAMOPS, we believe that optimizing the employment experience for both employers and employees — from recruitment to onboarding, to managing and growing a fully dedicated distributed team — is the answer to the worsening tech talent shortage in Israel.
The tech talent shortage in Israel poses a challenge to early-stage startups that need DevOps to grow and scale. IAMOPS solves this problem with its new DevOps workforce framework.
Customer Case Study: Online Trading Solution Software NS-Trading Solutions leverages AWS Cloud to optimize complex work processes By Niken Wadkar and Roy Bernat , CTO
Customer Case Study: Industrial Software Mobideo Leverage AWS Cloud to Optimize Complex Work Processes By Mark Laszlo and Roy Bernat , CTO at IAMOPS Share
Is Amazon Lightsail A Good Option For Startups? By Roy Bernat, CTO at IAMOPS Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin To help
3 Reasons Businesses Should Migrate to Public Cloud By Roy Bernat, CTO at IAMOPS Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin In general,
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“No book, no business school, no person can actually teach you business. You have to get your fingers burnt. Get your skin in the game
Everyone has the “what we do” and, “how we do it”. But not everyone has the “why”. Be very clear on your “why”. — Gareth Shaw, UK & Europe
“I think a startup is much like a full distance ironman race. You vision yourself successful, you set a goal, you make a plan, you
“If you are at the product stage, have a deep insight of your users. This is only going to come if you are the user