Category: General

2019

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VSHN wins Gold at the Digital Economy Award 2019

VSHN wins gold at Digital Economy Award in the category Highest Digital Quality. Who would have thought? VSHN – The DevOps Company wins gold at the Digital Economy Award in the category Highest Digital Quality. We couldn’t be happier and would like to thank all #VSHNeers who made this success possible.

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Partnership VSHN & Crossplane

VSHN is proud to announce a partnership with Crossplane. Zurich, Nov 21, 2019: VSHN is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Crossplane.io for Project Syn – VSHNs next generation Managed Services framework.

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Swiss Future Day with Adriano

Swiss Future Day with Adriano . Last Thursday, it was Swiss national future day, we had Adriano visiting us. Adriano had an entire day to get to know our, well, considerably challenging work environment. 

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VSHN celebrates 5th birthday 🎂

5 years VSHN – The DevOps Company. We can hardly believe that it has been 5 years since we founded VSHN. Our first 5 years were fantastic and it is hard to find words for the experiences we made during that time. Just this much can be said: We say thank you 1000 times to all partners, customers and all others who have accompanied us on the way so far and look forward to the future and the next 5 years! 🎂

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VSHN sponsors VIS (The official Association of Computer Science Students at the ETH Zurich)

VSHN supports VIS. Some of our VSHNeers are former ETH students and try to maintain contact with the students through various alumni associations. For example, VSHN supports VIS – the Association of Computer Science Students at ETH Zurich – by sponsoring various events.
Recently an information evening took place in our office, where interested students could ask us about our daily work. We were very happy about the active participation and look forward to the next time. 🙂

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Our way to Managed OpenShift 4

Red Hat OpenShift 4: This summer Red Hat released OpenShift 4. At first glance, the new major version is a continuous development of OpenShift 3 with relatively manageable changes for the user. But if you look under the hood, you will quickly see a completely revised OpenShift. The blogpost of Benjamin Affolter on the APPUiO blog examines the changes of OpenShift 4 and describes them in detail.

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