How would the future be if we all had access to the technology of Google?
CrazyCake is born as a response to this question, surges as an alternative, as a solution to a problem that affects us all:
"The technology obsolescence that keeps small, medium and big companies from evolving."
The inability to maintain an updated digital infrastructure generates a loss of dynamism and adaptability, it limits the capacity of innovation and it doesn't allows to take advantage of the abundant economic benefits of the contemporary software. The available resources, which are usually scarce, dilute themselves in the maintenance of corroded technologies, whose only purpose is to contribute in the levels of stagnation. The nineties ERP heritage still marks an important presence in an industry stuck in a past that keeps itself alive in the foundation of our digital culture.
This corporate scene suppresses the natural development of the technological evolution, and unchains a deterioration of the global process. A growing energy necessity emerges as we maintain a digital infrastructure each time more complex and less efficient. We end up drowning the motivation to innovate and to take the necessary steps to sustain a harmonical adaptation for the dynamism of the markets.
CrazyCake is a natural reaction, a tool with only one purpose:
"To help in the transition from the old monolithic paradigm to the software of microservices, inserting permanently the capacity of constant innovation."
What is the new paradigm?
We are in a unique moment. Anyone, anywhere in the world, can access the technology that less than a decade ago was a privilege only granted to the big technology companies.
The transition that we are experiencing towards GIFEE (Google's Infrastructure For Everyone Else), started to ocurr in a massive way since the year 2014. The arrival of Docker and the liberation of Kubernetes mark the point of inflection in the access of container technology, giving birth to the greatest revolution the independent software has ever seen. For the first time in history, we can build advanced systems that are low cost, highly mutable and self-scalable by nature.