Today, Elastisys will compete against other tech startups in the 33-list pitching contest. The, so called, “33-list” is a list of the 33 hottest tech startups in Sweden and is nominated each year by Ny Teknik and Affärsvärlden.
In today’s regional final, Elastisys will compete against other startups in northern Sweden. A win would secure a place on the 33-list. The final 33-list will be announced on April 14th. Noteable companies that have appeared on the 33-list include Spotify and Mojang.
POODLE is a vulnerability that effectively lets a third party become a “man in the middle” on SSLv3-encrypted network connections. This is very bad from a security point of view. If you have not done so already, go to Wikipedia’s POODLE page and read more information about it. This post shows how to deal with the POODLE vulnerability for Python Tornado by turning off SSLv3.
Elastisys is looking to expand its team to include a driven business developer and entrepreneur. The job posting is in Swedish, as good Swedish skills are a must for this position. Download the PDF by clicking the link and apply to the email addresses found within.
If you have other skills and think you would be a good addition to our team, head over to our careers page!
We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of our latest cloud pool, namely, the splitter cloud pool. Unlike other cloud pools, which act as easy to use abstractions over various cloud APIs, the splitter pool allows users to easily manage multiple cloud providers as if they are one. It does so by delegating both queries and update commands to the backend cloud pools it is configured to work with.