We are the creators of stacktile.io: A web application that makes it incredibly simple to install and run developer tools without the need to download or install anything.
We're building stacktile.io to help teams more quickly and easily understand devops tools and techniques and put them into practice.
Behind the scenes, stacktile.io orchestrates multiple different cloud services to provide a seamless, instant-on experience where developers can run and collaborate on almost any software directly in the browser.
We provided our customer with a platform to evaluate advanced network solutions in an online lab from the comfort of a laptop.
This allowed our customer to host hands-on workshops with browser-based training tracks.
Our technology stack
Maintainable end-to-end solutions
We deliver you software and Infrastructure as Code that is well documented and follows best practices orchestration principles.
This gives you complete control and insight into the entire stack and improves long term maintainability.
We have experience running software stacks on different cloud providers such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Open Stack, and more.
Our software development pattern follows Scrum methodologies.
We are a team of experienced software engineers who have been working together in Berlin since 2013.
Dr. Dan Levin
Dan received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from TU Berlin in 2014 and has over 8 years of experience designing, analyzing, and operating networked systems. He likes Zsh and plays the cello.
Mike has over 10 years of experience in business and project management. Mike has implemented IT projects for organizations such as The Linde Group, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, TU Berlin and more. He's holds an electronic engineering degree from TU Karlsruhe and the INP Grenoble and also plays the cello.
Amr has over five years of experience in professional software development. He's considering playing the cello, someday.
Fabian is a professional software developer with over 6 years of experience building software in diverse professional and academic contexts. He is cello-agnostic and we're comfortable with that.
Roberto has been designing products over the past 15 years for small and large companies like LG Electronics and IBM. He thinks cellos sound nice.
Robert has been building and shipping code for the past 15 years on over 100 projects. His code is included in projects like Debian, Gentoo, Fedora, and the Linux Foundation. He also thinks cellos sound nice.
Marco Canini Ph.D.
Marco is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and is an expert on techniques and software tools for improving the reliability of distributed systems. He's a master of complexity, but doesn't play the cello.