66degrees worked alongside the customer to solve a data engineering problem and create a new reference architecture that could be reused in other departments.
Life sciences data analytics company worked with 66degrees to migrate a 30-terabyte database from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Google Cloud
66degrees and Pandera Systems are joining forces with additional investment from Sunstone Partners. Combined business positioned to be the Google Cloud ecosystem leader in professional services.
Sitting on the shore of Lake Michigan, Adler Planetarium has helped connect people to the Universe and each other for almost 90 years.
As the largest real estate agency in Indiana, The F.C. Tucker Company needed to provide a collaborative email and productivity platform for more than 1,500 agents across 56 offices and 18 franchises.
Using Google Workspace, Comanche County Memorial Hospital reduced costs, improved collaboration and mobile access to data, increased security, and allowed medical professionals to spend more time with patients.
Google Cloud data encryption tools and processes make the journey to insightful, effective, and privacy-forward business practices possible. The cloud computing space has always been at the heart of the movement to more private, secure systems to protect our data. However, with a new generation of encryption solutions from Google Cloud, organizations can now control […]
Suppose you don’t want to adapt your infrastructure for Kubernetes or would rather avoid the complexity of building it from the ground up. In that case, you could turn to a managed Kubernetes provider to do the legwork for you. But, not all providers are created equal, and they vary in terms of what they […]
Many think the agile approach doesn’t involve planning. But, as we know at 66degrees, that’s one of the biggest myths of antipattern pushback. Agile doesn’t mean “no planning.” In fact, planning is one of the most critical parts of our engagement delivery process. It’s how we reduce uncertainty at every stage of a project. It […]
“Why pair programming? Putting two engineers together is going to cut my velocity in half!” We hear it all the time and understand how counterintuitive pair programming can seem. After all, we’re asking our clients to allow us to team up two engineers for a majority of their day, tackling a single problem together. Shouldn’t […]