We are experienced at building cloud-based technologies effectively, for application development and database management, to support SaaS, enterprise, and mobile applications. Using agile software development methodologies and best practices, EPIC can ensure faster time-to-market as well as reliable and consistent enhancements.
- Virtual Machines, Azure Kubernetes Service, SQL, Cosmos DB, Storage/Blob, Active Directory, Azure Functions
- S3, EC2, EKS, RDS, Q3, SQS, Lambda, DynamoDB, Redshift, Aurora, ElasticSearch
- GCE, GKE, Cloud SQL, Cloud Storage, BigQuery, Cloud Functions
- Engine: Docker
- Orchestration: Kubernetes, Docker Compose
EPIC’s experienced architects, developers and DBAs will help you design and maintain your database, and optimize performance. Whether you host your data on-premises or in the cloud, EPIC can provide performant database solutions that will scale with your business.
NoSQL Databases: Cosmos DB, MongoDB, DynamoDB, Redis
SQL Databases: MSSQL, Azure SQL, PostgreSQL, MySQL/MariaDB, Oracle
Data Warehouse/Analytics: Azure Data Warehouse/Analysis Services, AWS Redshift, Google BigQuery, MariaDB ColumnStore, Clickhouse
From The Blog
Our US-based project coordinators invest their time in understanding your business, tailoring our process to the unique needs of each client. We’ll build a roadmap that suits your existing infrastructure and development style through our detailed environment analysis and onboarding process.
CEO John Matlosz pays a visit to the new Costa Rica home of EPIC Software Development and presents Employee Appreciation Awards to the team. July 5 & 6, 2022 – The EPIC Costa Rica team came together in Escazú of the San José Province to welcome CEO and founder,...
You have deadlines that need to be met. In order to get your software developed on time, you need to hire a company located in a stable country. An example of this? EPIC, located in Costa Rica. This Central American country is known for its beautiful beaches, as well...
Trade-offs are common in life and the same is true in software development. Sometimes, a development team is forced to take a shortcut or two. This is often a necessary decision in order to deliver a project commitment on time. But sooner or later, the repercussions...