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Australian Internet Conference 2016 (PESA)

Posted from: http://www.anchor.com.au/blog/2016/05/australian-internet-conference-2016-pesa/

In under 2 weeks, Anchor will be on our way to the Gold Coast for the Internet Conference’s 10th year.  We’ve taken out Bronze Sponsorship and will be exhibiting in the Magento Pavilion within the exhibition hall.

The Magento Pavilion has been created to recognise the importance of the Magento platform in creating flexible, scalable e-Commerce solutions, making it the most popular open source e-Commerce CMS in the world. Anchor was the first Magento hosting partner in Australia and will be the exclusive hosting partner exhibiting in this space, showcasing our services including our internationally successful Magento-as-a-Service, Fleet, that sits on AWS.

Star Trek

As well as providing more traditional hosting and managed services, Anchor also now provides a suite of services designed to help your organisation accelerate it’s transition towards taking a DevOps approach to software development. Taking customer feedback seriously, we’ve productised the external integration of our people into our customer’s Agile/Scrum teams, essentially creating Anchorites-as-a-Service (hire our smart people).

Our experienced cloud operations specialists have spent years helping customers such as Dick Smith, Airtasker, Bureau of Meteorology, etc. grow and scale their businesses. We also designed, architected and managed the production infrastructure for Silicon Valley giants GitHub and TestFlight. It’s these learnings and experience which now make the backbone of our DevOps consultancy.

If you’re on the Gold Coast 25th -27th May, come along to the event. Here’s a promotional code to use which saves you $100 on a ticket “ANCHOR100″, get ’em here – http://www.internetconference.com.au/select-tickets/

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