Aymen El Amri is not just another voice in the world of DevOps. As a DevOps proponent and one among the top 100 DevOps experts in the world, Amri is helping global industries comprehend, embrace, and chart great business success stories through DevOps. Through his venture, eralabs, Amri leads a team that is enabling more companies to successfully implement continuous integration and continuous development (CI/CD) mechanism. A robust mechanism that allows companies to live their dream of swiftly responding to market requirements by employing efficient software release lifecycle. “We specialize in DevOps and implement it in different contexts and with different technologies that allow clients to improve their time to market,” adds Amri. The Parisian company acknowledges the great learning and experimentation curve associated with DevOps and thus empowers its clients from across the globe through the related knowledge transfer.
At the outset, eralabs collects the data from the clients and determines their readiness for embracing a DevOps culture. The firm designs the best DevOps practices to follow and analyzes the utility of modules within an application that a client requires. After sharing costs and risks associated with the software, the company follows an iterative approach to test it and calibrate its quality. The company plans the implementation process after testing and reviews the operational version to deduce scope for enhancement in the implemented solution.
eralabs recognizes the essentiality of cloud in running operations economically.
We specialize in DevOps and Cloud Native, and implement it in different contexts and with different technologies that allow clients to improve their time to market
“We unlock the complete potential of cloud computing through our services,” states Amri. The firm undertakes a holistic approach to make the client’s cloud migration, economical and seamless. Leveraging its expertise in implementing cloud-native solutions, the company provides services like geo-distributed systems, Kubernetes for Fog and Edge computing, distributed databases, and multi-cloud solutions.
While the number of businesses leveraging blockchain to build new solutions has been growing by leaps and bounds, continuous feedback about a solution is essential to test its security and stability. The firm has already helped numerous businesses develop blockchain-based applications and deploy them continuously using Kubernetes CI/CD pipelines.
The company is focused on providing use case driven training through its arm, eralabs academy. eralabs’ mentors, through this academy, impart on-site and in-person training for Docker, Kubernetes, AWS, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). They have developed guidebooks such as Practical AWS, a practical guide to master AWS essential services and Painless Docker, a real world based guide to master Docker. What is more, for DevOps enthusiasts, they have built eralabs tribes— the umbrella of communities—that includes DevOpsLinks, Shipped and Kaptain, and 10,000 members.
eralabs’ contribution in imparting DevOps knowledge and establishing a DevOps culture can be understood from one of the client success stories. A European bank sought a DevOps solution to simplify deployment of complex systems. The company provided the learning material to the client to impart knowledge about the DevOps practices. Additionally, the firm led different groups within the client organization for the adoption of a DevOps culture and derived insights after collecting feedback from different teams and management. Having undergone a DevOps transformation, the client could expedite the deployment of complex systems.
eralabs aims to empower startups in the domain of blockchain and has already forged partnerships with firms that provide blockchain solutions.The firm has been developing an online learning platform to offer its clientele innovative ways of learning such as AI-powered education and micro and community-based study.