Data partitioning helps to speed up your Amazon Athena queries, and also reduces your cost, as you need to query less data.  Partitioning data means that we split the data up into related groups of data. Possible partitions could be date (time-based), zipcode, different types (contexts), etc. When querying the data, the query is constrained […]

IN4IT offers 24/7 support contracts to its customers. It’s very important for us that our customers can easily and reliably reach IN4IT when they need assistance. Instead of capturing the calls to a support engineer, we want our customers to be able to reach the correct engineer directly. We are not a telecommunications company, so […]

Cake brings together all your existing bank accounts and transactions. It analyses your financial data and habits, to make your life better. Cake makes your bank accounts pay off again, by sharing its profits with you. It’s the app that rewrites the rules. To make sure you will always get your piece. Intro IN4IT has […]

Microservices The traditional monolithic application architecture is easy to develop, test, and deploy. Unfortunately those applications tend to become large, complex, and as a team it’s difficult to work together on the app. Big applications tend to intimidate developers and it also increases coordination within a team. When deploying, monolithic applications have a higher risk […]

Today, software is often delivered as a service. 12factor is a methodology for building software-as-a-service applications. By using this methodology, you ensure best practices and lots of business benefits that come with it. Here are five benefits: 1. Scalability Twelve Factor applications are easily scalable. By applying the practices, you can run 1 application server, or multiple. […]

What makes DevOps so difficult? Everyone agrees that DevOps-oriented profiles are hard to find in the job market. You might want to automate your whole IT infrastructure, but your DevOps team still needs to have the bandwidth to do their daily work. DevOps teams are often under resourced, and there is a steep learning curve […]