Tales From the Ops Side is a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at the running of an Internet Ops company.
Hosted by Hany Fahim – owner of Toronto-based stack.io – Tales From The Ops Side is a must-listen for anyone working in or interested in Internet technology
Even if you’re not part of the Internet tech world, you’ll find this show informative and entertaining! Hany explores such things as the interconnectedness between the moon, tides, and time, handling pressured deadlines, assisting nations dealing with oppressive government policies, and what it takes to launch and run a tech startup.
As a storyteller, Hany is a natural, weaving in little details that add depth and colour to his narratives. He uses analogies to make his tech stories truly accessible to all.
And Hany’s curiosity takes listeners on some wild and eclectic journeys, with extensive exploration of both causes and solutions! You’ll be surprised at what you discover and learn!
Hany’s expertise meant he had the foresight to see the need for a culture of continuous improvement and a team of experts capable of discovering, learning, and assembling the best technologies to use. These are the core values at stack.io.
stack.io is a progressive DevOps company which aims to discover, learn, and assemble the best technologies and solutions to meet the needs of technology-focused small to medium businesses.
If your company is on the public cloud and aims to modernize instead of continually hire, reach out to Hany to find out how stack.io can assist.
stack.io provides DevOps and Cloud Engineering services that act as an extension of client technical teams.
Founded by Hany Fahim, who also founded VM Farms, stack.io offers first-class fully managed cloud hosting services specifically tailored to the application and development communities.
The core purpose of Stack’s team of DevOps experts is to discover, learn, and assemble the best technologies and solutions to meet the needs of technology focused SMBs on the public cloud. This allows clients to continually modernize instead of continually hire.
Hany is an active member in the Toronto tech startup community, and a regular participant in local events and meetups.