Ashish Shah

Chief Executive Officer

DevOps + Orchestration = Extreme Product Agility

The days of shipping out a product and then moving on to the next piece of software after patting yourself on the back are over. As software eats the world, customers demand regular updates and

Driving Serverless, now with the power of Google Cloud!

“Serverless’ is the new industry darling. To fulfill the enterprises’ need to accelerate the speed of development and deployment, serverless computing has exploded on the enterprise scene. Serverless computing essentially is an execution model for

Going Serverless on AWS? Start Your Journey Here!

Serverless has moved on from being a buzzword to a trend that everyone wants a piece of.  One of the fastest-growing cloud service models, the global serverless architecture market size projected to reach USD 21,988.07

The 5 essential steps to building an MVP

Software was already on its way to eating the world and the pandemic only increased its appetite. The last quarter of 2020 witnessed a huge surge in digital startups straining to solve the problems of

The non-tech founder’s guide to building SaaS products

There is a skepticism out there that non-tech founders cannot build successful software products. However, organizations like Etsy, Groupon, and Airbnb, are examples of SaaS companies that had non-tech founders.  So, while it may be

Why Enterprise Products May Need Fewer Features Now

The fact that all product owners yearn for “feature-rich” products has caused many a product development team to spend massive man-hours in building a meg-product. Obviously, while a massive directory of features delivers some bragging

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What Happens When An MVP Meets The Real World?

“Be stubborn on vision but flexible on details” – Jeff Bezos, CEO Amazon. It is a pretty good thumb-rule to follow when building an MVP (Minimum Viable Product). You get a product with just the

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Don’t Release Now!

Pete “Maverick” Mitchell’s famous words in the blockbuster Top Gun, “I feel the need, the need for speed,” somehow has found resonance with product owners in the dynamic world of software product development. A rapidly

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