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Chris Kon
Chris KonMaker@chris_kon_ · Customer Development, SourceLair
Hello Product Hunters, Stolos provides companies with fast, disposable remote environments that work with developers' local tools. How it works: - In cooperation with every company, we set up a well-defined dockerized dev environment - We give credentials to company's developers - Every developer is able to provision company's stack on the cloud with a single command. Everything runs on the cloud while developers are coding locally with their local tools. It provides synchronization on save for fast development. We will be glad to answer any questions about Stolos.io.
Trian Xylouris
Trian Xylouris@trianx · Entrepreneur - I like ML & Genetics
Sounds cool. If I request a demo, how long does it usually take (range?) until I am up and running?
Chris Kon
Chris KonMaker@chris_kon_ · Customer Development, SourceLair
@trianx thanks for reaching out! If your stack is dockerized, it will take 1-3 business days. If it isn't dockerized, we can help you convert it which means 5-10 business days. These are approximately our numbers based on the companies that are already up and running with their Stolos pilot.
Trian Xylouris
Trian Xylouris@trianx · Entrepreneur - I like ML & Genetics
@chris_kon_ sounds good, do you have a case study which you could share (e.g. number of developers, used stack, app vs. web), so that I better understand the most practical use case?
Chris Kon
Chris KonMaker@chris_kon_ · Customer Development, SourceLair
@trianx nice question. Use case 1: Small company (3 devs) with many different microservices that have dependencies. Using Stolos they could easily handle dependencies, bootstrapping and management of the different services. Use case 2: Big company (50+ devs) with more than 17 services, written in more than 6 different language/version combinations. Using Stolos they could cut costs by sharing large databases and backend services among their developers. I hope that these use cases make things clearer. P.S. Stolos is developed in Stolos (4 devs) with many stateful and stateless services combined. Using Stolos we avoid costs and complexity as we use 1 proxy, 1 certificate authority and 1 server agent while we create many development environments.
Trian Xylouris
Trian Xylouris@trianx · Entrepreneur - I like ML & Genetics
@chris_kon_ Super, thanks for the examples!