Innovation is growth
Serhii is optimistic about the future of IT and the DevOps movement. He believes it will evolve and transform in the same way that it has over the last decade, with old paradigms being replaced by new ones like DevOps, DevSecOps, SRE, MlOPS, GitOps, IaC, and so on. During the pandemic, the company worked remotely in accordance with all quarantine measures, but remote work has become very popular. So, at the company, they will work 50/50 in the office and remotely because live communication in business is essential, too.
“Our business focuses on offering DevOps services. DevOps and development are essential components of the software development puzzle. To construct both the product and the IT infrastructure, we think the roles of the development team and DevOps should be intertwined. At Quema, we work hard to support our clients in creating a scalable and secure IT infrastructure that will enable them to launch and operate their product at the highest level. We offer DevOps services to businesses of every size,” he says.
Serhii envisions that in the next three to seven years, trends will change dramatically and yesterday’s innovations will become common. “For us as a service company, there is always a risk of falling behind trends if they are not followed and studied,” he says. The company also has internal training programs where employees share their experiences. One of the main criteria is the emphasis on in-depth knowledge because it determines the quality of the services provided. Further, Serhii states that he and his team will continue to invest their energy in their endeavors by increasing the demand and complexity of their projects to greater heights. “Also, in the next 10 years, one of the goals I see for Quema is to be associated with DevOps; when one talks about Quema, he or she talks about DevOps,” he concludes.