Armakuni joins Cloud Foundry Foundation

Aims to drive innovation, create differentiation and accelerate technology change among Cloud Foundry ecosystem

November 8th, 2016 – Armakuni, a UK-based application development and consultancy company, today announced it has joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation as a Silver Member. Armakuni joins more than 65 other leading technology innovators including Cisco, EMC, HPE, IBM, Pivotal, SAP and VMware as a Foundation member. Through its membership, Armakuni demonstrates its commitment to working with the Foundation, other member companies and the community as a whole to establish and sustain Cloud Foundry as the global industry standard Cloud Application Platform.
“We are extremely excited to join the Foundation as Silver Members,” said Tim Savage, Co-Founder of Armakuni. “Our membership is the next step in our journey to be the UK’s leading independent Cloud Foundry specialists, and will enable us to provide even better support to our clients with their own cloud native journeys.”
Armakuni has more than five years’ experience delivering world-class business-critical multi-cloud software solutions on public, private and hybrid clouds using Cloud Foundry. Today, Armakuni works with a wide range of organisations, from start-ups to global enterprise, across industries, supporting the adoption of cloud native and as-a-service development enablers to build, deploy and run the highest quality software solutions faster, with more confidence, less risk and at lower cost. This in turn drives innovation, creates differentiation at scale, and accelerates technology change, enabling clients to quickly adapt to changing business and regulatory requirements.
“It is a pleasure to welcome Armakuni as our newest member,” said Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation. “Armakuni is passionate about how they can help their clients reduce cost and achieve world class reliability via Cloud Foundry. A great example of the software solutions they have built to date - the multi-cloud payments platform they built for Comic Relief was first delivered on Cloud Foundry over four years ago. They were recently mentioned by Gartner Research’s Eric Knipp* as a great early example of redundant multi-cloud deployment in practice.”

*Gartner Catalyst Conference, Architecting Portable and Multicloud Applications, Eric Knipp, August 2016, (slide 34)