FivexL is a group of independent Cloud Engineering Specialists. We help startups launch their products super fast by building scalable, cloud-based, production-ready platforms. Wherever you are in your DevSecOps journey, we have experts who can help.
Whats in a name
FivexL, sure sounds cool but what does it stand for?
We are a multi-talented DevSecOps team that combines our knowledge and expertise to help each other in our professional working lives. Within the field of DevSecOps, there are many tools and processes and our team members combine specialist knowledge in every area. We believe that working together makes us all stronger than any of us could ever be if we were working alone.
We believe great DevSecOps capability can only be built on a foundation of trust and respect. That’s why we place so much emphasis on having a loving culture of open communication, honesty, and horizontal organization. Our members commit to helping each other and that commitment extends to our customers. We want to create a single, lovely culture around everything we do.
We have no central office, no place where people need to physically be at 9 am every day. That’s because we are a distributed team that believes in the power of a laptop and an internet connection. We don’t limit our approach to recruitment by requiring everyone to live within commuting distance. Our members enjoy the freedom to strike their own work/life balance in the locations of their choice.
We believe that education should never stop. This is especially true in DevSecOps where there are always new tools and processes emerging that have to be investigated and mastered. To always be at the cutting edge of new technologies requires a lifelong commitment to continuous training and improvement. We make that investment in ourselves every day to stay ahead of the curve.
Reach out to our team of experts and lets start your DevSecOps journey together with FivexL
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