With their major application services developed as a monolith, DemandBridge planned to convert to a microservices model, which would enable the company to work on new features using an agile development model and to update specific applications almost seamlessly.
With a very limited technical staff, DemandBridge made the critical decision to rely on Stark & Wayne to manage their Cloud Foundry platform and they haven't looked back since.
Company A was well poised, with three separate Cloud Foundry environments up and running; two production environments, both with assigned data centers, and a third development environment not yet linked to a data center.
Learn how Stark & Wayne identified and solved a potentially disastrous problem that could have brought operations to a screeching halt.
After realizing the benefits of six Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) platforms already in operation, Company B wanted to increase their investment in PCF as a way to standardize and automate their operational processes.
Having already committed to leasing space on the future platforms, Company B brought in Stark & Wayne to stand up the 12 new platforms while under pressure to meet an aggressive timeline.