Improving efficiency and quality through DevOps practices such as: agile development, CI/CD, infrastucture as code, automation and improved processes. Technologies used include: Kubernetes, Terraform, Ansible, JIRA.

Big Data

Creating data pipelines and analysis at scale (billions of datapoints per day) using technologies such as Spark, Athena, Airflow, Hadoop, Cassandra & Kafka.


Bespoke assistance for your business. Outside help can bring fresh insights, deliver critical products and unblock stuck projects.


Exploiting cloud services (AWS, GCP, Azure) to provide rapid, robust and scalable solutions. “Cloud Native” mindset - modern platform approach utilising the full range of cloud offerings.

Continuous Integration & Continuous Deployment

Delivering a better product, faster with automated pipelines and testing. “Shift left” approach to catch potential problems early. Improving developers environment and increasing productivity. Tech used: Jenkins, GitHub, GitLab.

Monitoring & Reporting

Monitoring, reporting and alerting for troubleshooting and increased understanding. Business level reporting to derive insights and validate experiments leading to faster iterations. Tech used: Prometheus, AlertManager, Grafana.


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Recent blog posts

A variety of essays - HOWTOs, lessons learned and thoughts about technology and DevOps practices.


By Adrian Bridgett on 2020-03-10

Terraform is probably the most widely used tool to look after resources. Which resources? There’s many, here we’ll look at two of the most popular: cloud resources (e.g. object stores such …

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Navigating the maze

By Adrian Bridgett on 2020-02-22

It comes as a surprise to my friends that, despite being interested in computers, I’m not a technology geek. I certainly have some useful gadgets around the house - chromecast, UEBoom. My first …

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By Adrian Bridgett on 2020-01-10

I remember my first day of my working life quite clearly. I’d just joined IBM Labs based in Hursley, UK. “Ah, Adrian” my manager said, “you’re one of the lucky ones - I …

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What's in a name?

By Adrian Bridgett on 2019-12-22

A startup often grows to a certain size and then decides that it’s time to bring some “DevOps” expertise on board. Often this is to help scale the company - increase the velocity and …

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