Tooling has become central for building modern software. Developers have to invest a lot of time learning, configuring, and maintaining tools. They could have spent this time growing the business. Our goal is to reduce this tooling overhead as much as possible. By abstracting away details, we provide easy-to-use interfaces without limiting control. mist-cloud provides state-of-the-art tools and software architecture. Using it is the easiest way to build serverless applications. There is no steep learning curve nor frequent tool changes and maintenance. We also take great care to align our goals with our customers' goals, so we can succeed with our customers. The cheapest way to use mist-cloud is to build software following best practices.
The colors represent our commitment to give everybody awesome software.
The hexagon represents our platform because hexagons are the best-agons.
The brackets represent code running inside the platform.
When combined with the triangle the brackets form an M for mist-cloud.
Expert in code quality, software architecture, and DevOps culture. Masters degree in computer science. Research in the field of bug-free code, published in the most prestigious academic journals and conferences. Seven years experience as a consultant, technical agile coach, and digital transformation lead. Christian has helped over 100 companies. Author of the Manning best selling book Five Lines of Code, about code quality. Top rated speaker at industry conferences.
Expert in security, cloud capabilities, and DevOps tooling. Masters degree in computer science, specializing in security. Six years experience as a DevOps consultant building and teaching teams about developer platforms, tool chains, and cloud-based solutions. Contributor to some of the most widely used open-source projects in the infrastructure space.
We find that we have several things in common with our mascot. Like our infrastructure, it is barely ever observed. It is also irrevocably linked to mist and fog. Finally, both it and we are proudly European. Can you guess what it is?