We complete hundreds of AWS projects per year, everything from AWS migrations to building out CI/CD pipelines, scalable web apps, WorkSpaces environments, genomics pipelines, ECS clusters and more. Whatever your AWS project is–no matter how big or small–we’ve probably done it at least a dozen times before. And, chances are we learned some hard lessons and we can save you some pain. Let our team give your team a shortcut to a best-practice setup in AWS, empowered with the knowledge to own it going forward.
Anyone with a credit card can open an AWS account and spin up a VPC in a matter of minutes. But will it scale? Will it be secure? Resilient? Without careful planning, many first VPCs have to be razed and re-done. Be nice to “Future You” and do it right the first time. We have spent years honing our Infrastructure-as-Code templates that underpin our VPCs. We freely give them away to any new customer, so you can build your business on a rock solid foundation that you’ll never outgrow.
Most of our customers who are contemplating an AWS project have never done that particular project before. No matter how much you research and plan, you can’t hope do it perfectly the first time. Mistakes cost money, but more importantly they cost you time. It’s not cheating–even though we are giving you the answers to the test–it’s simply the quickest path to a best-practice setup in AWS.
When you complete a project with Privo, we take the time to show your team how we built what we built and why. Our founding idea is to liberate our customers, so knowledge transfer is a key part of any project we do. Your team will get first-hand exposure to AWS best practices and ample time to ask questions to ensure they feel comfortable piloting the rocket ship we built. Engaging Privo for your project is the best training money can buy.
How we rock projects
- We assign a project manager who ensures everyone is communicating effectively and the project stays on track
- We invite your team to our web-based project management portal (we use Teamwork) so you can share progress on your assigned tasks, and track our progress in real-time
- We’re open to course corrections. We learn a tremendous amount in the first few days and weeks of a project that often change our thinking about the best way to complete a project. We embrace those changes than rigidly sticking to the first plan.
- We don’t overcharge because we’re not a project factory. Over 95% of our clients engage us for managed services or future projects, so we have always have a long-term relationship in mind. For smaller projects, we can sometimes even do them for free if we’ll be managing the infrastructure going forward.