We at Appstellar, are thrilled to announce we’re now a CNCF Silver Member, Kubernetes Certified Service Provider (KCSP), and a Linux Foundation Silver Member! Read more about it on the CNCF new members announcement.
This is a big milestone that demonstrates Appstellar’s expertise as a cloud and DevOps solutions provider helping customers embark on their Kubernetes and cloud-native journey. A lot of work has been done to get here, so we’re super proud and excited to finally receive the KCSP badge. (So excited that we made cookies out of it, as you can see below.)
Since focusing our services strictly on cloud software development and DevOps solutions, we’ve implemented Kubernetes practices for multiple clients in industries such as fintech, healthtech, and others. Having said that, the KCSP certification will help show Appstellar’s extensive expertise in supporting organizations to move to a cloud-native platform.
As a Kubernetes Certified Service Provider with Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Appstellar will continue to offer Kubernetes support, consulting, and professional services for businesses and organizations wanting to migrate to cloud technologies, or improve their existing cloud infrastructure.
On the other hand, as a member of the CNCF and the Linux Foundation, Appstellar commits to expanding the Kubernetes and cloud-native ecosystem and bridging the gap between developers and operations.
“We're proud to be the first Kubernetes Certified Service Provider in Kosovo and the Westerns Balkans" say Co-Founders of Appstellar – Rozafe Llalloshi and Mehmetali Shaqiri.
As for Appstellar, we are currently in hyper-growth mode. In the past 6 months, we’ve grown our team by 122%! Moreover, we’ve signed multiple new client deals, expanded in new industries of operation, and also moved to new office spaces.
In addition to these partnerships, Appstellar has also become an AWS partner. With these partnerships, we look forward to accelerating our growth even further and taking on projects we love to work on.
Here’s to continued success (and more celebratory cookies)!