Deliver images through Amazon and a CDN

We currently are running two AWS S3 (cdn) migrations. We migrate large amounts om assets (mainly images), and let them deliver through CloudFlare.

By using CloudFlare, we realize large savings on data traffic at AWS.
Within AWS, we use the latest intelligent technologies to store assets and back them up to AWS Glacier.


Storing your assets and delivery through a CDN has many advantages:

- The network of the application servers is fully available for the applications themselves.
- It is more secure because no user/real world uploads are stored on the application servers themselves.
- The application servers require less disk space.
- Backups of application servers are smaller.
- Potential application migrations are less impactful due to fewer files to be migrated.
- It is a good design to make your applications horizontally scalable.

Docker is back

We started using Docker again in our development workflow.


With our hosting proposition we can deploy faster sites with a higher pagespeed ranking.

Internal website Vrijescholen

We deployed a new Craft CMS website for the Vereniging van Vrijescholen

New migration to AWS Cloud

A migration to an autoscaling infrastructure. Setting up a deployment pipeline. Careless growth.


With some pride we worked to refactor one of our applications to a whitelabel application.

Symfony 4 upgrade

We completely refactored a project for upgrading from Symfony 3.x to the latest 4.x version


We are running two migrations to AWS S3, and are setting up CDN's.

A new life for a Craft 2 plugin

We modified one of our old Craft 2 plugins with an interesting feature.

CharlyCares Pagespeed

Higher Pagespeed/Lighthouse score for the Charly Cares website. to Craft CMS

By the end of February 2019, we launched on Craft CMS! live

Today we published the new website for the Vereniging van Vrijescholen. We used the high quality Craft CMS to replace Wordpress.

Handheld Cloud

A mini cloud server that you can see working while holding it in your hand. The device can run in a production street.

Snap Service released

We created a snap service to communicate disappearing messages. Take a look at

Cost calculation AWS

We calculated the costs for hosting an API at AWS. The client expects quick growth but of unknown size, so AWS Cloud may be a viable option.

Craft Comments Work plugin

Our CraftCMS plugin 'Comments Work' is now available in the plugin store. Let users leave comments to your Craft CMS based content.