Creative Content Specialist  




4+ years

Required skills:

Well-developed writing and technical skills, in-depth knowledge of the product’s industry

Uniskai by Profisea Labs is an innovative cloud management platform capable of handling all the most painful points felt by CloudOps engineers and IT managers who face increasing pressure to cut down IT costs, but only in a way that doesn’t do any damage to business value. Uniskai helps users visualize cloud assets, maximize cloud utilization, reduce cloud waste, and lower cloud spending while pursuing business goals.


  • At least 4 years of experience in IT as a content specialist, creative content specialist, or creative marketing manager 
  • Fluent English 
  • Experience in developing creative ideas, platforms, mechanics, and videos for digital channels and BTL. 
  • Scriptwriting
  • Rich storytelling abilities. 
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to talk and work with product and marketing teams.
  • Track record in creating commercial content and stories that drive conversion. 


  • Perform as a copywriter. You should not just to write texts but also to generate new ideas. 
  • Analyze and assess Ads across the channels and competitors to adjust the effectiveness of team marketing efforts. 
  • Propose and create Ads texts and ideas together with our design team.
  • Copywrite for a website, our booths at the events, and marketing copies.
  • Develop creative scripts for our video marketing formats: explainer, advertising, product shoots, and tutorials.
  • Run experiments to test hypotheses for more informing go-to-market activities. 

We offer:

  • Great salary 
  • Career growth 
  • Medical insurance 
  • Sport compensation 
  • Professional working environment, where you’d be an essential member of our team 

DevOps (Azure)   




2+ years

Required skills:

Cloud platform integration (Microsoft Azure), Docker, Linux, Python

Profisea is a boutique company of DevOps and Cloud professionals, providing a wide range of Digital Transformation services. We are a tight-knit team of the dedicated experts who work on top-notch projects.


  • Building and setting up new development tools and infrastructure (Containers, Virtual Machines, Servers, Databases)
  • Working on the ways to automate and improve development and release processes
  • Ensuring that systems are safe and secure against cybersecurity threats
  • Selecting and deploying appropriate CI/CD tools
  • Implementing various development, testing, automation tools, and IT infrastructure
  • Identifying technical problems and developing software updates and ‘fixes’
  • Working with software developers and software engineers to ensure that development follows established processes and works as intended


  • Experience in working on Linux-based infrastructure
  • Excellent understanding of Python, Django, and node.js
  • Containerization (Docker)
  • Cloud platform integration (Microsoft Azure)
  • Knowledge of the Parse platform will be an advantage
  • Configuration and managing databases such as MySQL, Mongo
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • Working knowledge of various tools, open-source technologies, and cloud services
  • Awareness of critical concepts in DevOps and Agile principles

We offer:

  • Great salary
  • Career growth
  • Medical insurance
  • Sport compensation
  • Professional working environment, where you’d be an essential member of our team

Ops word-hoard: What are ITOps, CloudOps, DevOps, and NoOps? Part 1 

In the last decade, different terms related to operations have taken the IT world by storm. The good old days — when the number of IT domains could be counted on the fingers of one hand and the IT department was separate from business processes — are gone, never to return. 

Instead of simple rules, we have dozens of buzzwords that lead to growing confusion and frustration among managers, directors, and CTOs. For example, who are NoOps and MLOps specialists, and what do they do? Moreover, people misuse the Ops terms without understanding them, leading to even more confusion and frustration. 

This Ops thesaurus aims to help you know the trendy terminology around IT operations, evaluate your business needs, and make better decisions. 

Defining Ops  

With so many IT terms being tossed around, it’s essential to define them before you can decide what comes next for you and your business. So we’ll focus on the prominent ones to clarify the crucial things about CloudOps, DevOps, ITOps, DevSecOps, FinOps, NoOps, MLOps, and AIOps. While we can’t promise to transform you into an IT expert, you’ll find something interesting here.  

What is ITOps?  

“ITOps,” or “Information Technology Operations,” isn’t new. However, it’s commonly used to refer to all IT-related operations broadly. ITOps is responsible for leveraging technologies and delivering and supporting applications, services, and tools required to run an organization.  

The goals of ITOps typically include:  

Infrastructure Management — to focus on the setup, provisioning, maintenance, and updating of all the hardware and software in the company to be sure that existing infrastructure and systems run smoothly and new components are incorporated harmoniously; 

  • Development Management — to concentrate on providing software development teams with all necessary to succeed, including the preparation of the guidelines, workflows, and security standards; 
  • Security Management — to keep the hardware and software secure, manage access control, adopt security best practices and ensure that all processes and the components of the environment comply with security standards; 
  • Problem Management — to handle outages and cyberattacks, prepare disaster recovery plans and perform them when necessary, and help desk services. 

To summarize, ITOps can be explained as a set of practices implemented by the IT department to perform IT management in the most general sense. And this is precisely why ITOps could be criticized and is considered outdated. While very specific, they are sometimes ineffective from a development point of view as they can’t meet the pace of today’s business and quickly adjust to the constantly changing technological landscape. 

What is CloudOps?  

CloudOps can be explained similarly to ITOps but considering the cloud. While ITOps is meant for traditional data centers, CloudOps relates only to the cloud. 

According to Gartner, end-user spending on public cloud services is expected to grow 20.4% and reach $494.7 billion in 2022. With increasing cloud adoption, CloudOps grew in popularity as well. Nowadays, many organizations need to organize and optimize their resources more productively, using public and private cloud solutions and leveraging hybrid clouds. CloudOps differs from ITOps as applications and data management in the cloud require more specific up-to-date skills, tools, and technologies. CloudOps is focused on:  

  • cloud-specific flexible provisioning; 
  • scalability of environments; 
  • built-in task automation; 
  • maximizing uptime; 
  • eliminating service outages for seamless operation. 

As a set of best practices and procedures, CloudOps helps migrate systems to the cloud successfully and reap its benefits, such as power and scalability. CloudOps facilitates automatic software delivery, app, and server management using the cloud.  

What is DevOps?  

A survey conducted by the DevOps Institute on upskilling the DevOps enterprise skills in 2021 concluded that DevOps teams are vital for a successful software-powered organization, but what is DevOps? By definition, ‘DevOps’ (‘Development + Operations’) can be explained as a combination of software application development and IT operations, with all the best practices, approaches, and methodologies to bolster them. 

The DevOps practices are intended to:  

  • implement an effective CI/CD pipeline;  
  • streamline the software development life cycle (SDLC); 
  • enhance the response to market needs; 
  • shorten the mean time to repair; 
  • improve release quality; 
  • reduce the time to market (TTM). 

With DevOps, organizations follow a continuous work cycle consisting of the following steps: 

DevOps highlights the value of people and a change in the IT culture, which focuses on the fast provision of IT services, implementing Agile and Lean practices in the context of a system‑oriented approach. 

What is NoOps?  

By definition, NoOps (No Operations) aims to completely automate the deployment, monitoring, and management of the applications and infrastructure to focus on software development. The NoOps model reduces the need for interaction between developers and operations through extreme automation. The two main factors behind the NoOps concept are the increasing automation of IT and cloud computing. With NoOps, everything that could be automated is already automated. One example of this is serverless computing in the cloud platform. 

 The aim of the NoOps model is to:  

  • allow organizations to leverage the full power of the cloud, including CaaS (Container as a Service) and FaaS (Function as a Service); 
  • eliminate the additional labor required to support systems, letting to save money on maintenance;  
  • concentrate on business results by turning attention to tasks that deliver value to customers and eliminating the dependency on the operations team. 

With all the potential benefits, NoOps is still considered a theoretical approach by many, as it assumes particular circumstances and the use of serverless computing in most cases. After all, it can be said that NoOps isn’t going to replace, for example, DevOps, but rather to act as a model, with the potential, where possible, of further improving and streamlining the application implementation process. 

To summarize, let’s look at the models discussed below. 

To be continued  

ITOps, DevOps, CloudOps, and NoOps describe different approaches to meet an organization’s IT needs and structuring IT teams. Each has additional features and goals, and enterprises can adopt them depending on their priorities. In the following parts of our vocabulary, we’ll explore the most exciting Ops terms — DevSecOps, MLOps, AIOps, FinOps, and try to take a closer look at how they relate to each other. Stay tuned!  

Profisea saluted as Amazon RDS Delivery Partner

Profisea, a leading Israeli DevOps and Cloud boutique company with more than seven years of experience in Cloud Migration, Optimization, and Management services, has received Amazon RDS Delivery Partner Designation.  

Profisea, whose team of experts is known for best industry practices and top-notch AWS services, including relational database services (RDS) for open-source database engines such as MySQL and PostgreSQL, empowers customer-tailored software release pipelines through cloud environments to accelerate time-to-market at a lower cost. 

AWS – most broadly adopted cloud platform

Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s cloud computing division, heads the leader list in the cloud industry market for several years, providing computing, storage, database, and many other services. AWS provides relational database services (RDS) for open source database engines  (MySQL and PostgreSQL) with various computing, memory, and storage options tailored to different workloads. Amazon RDS also offers multi-availability zone capabilities in most AWS regions to provide automatic failover and improve application availability.

Profisea recognized as Amazon RDS Delivery Partner

As an Amazon RDS Delivery Partner, Profisea designs and implements well-architected database architectures helping facilitate faster collaboration for our customers’ teams by taking care of the following DevOps tasks:

  • establishing data multi-operational mechanism of large data volumes 
  • implementing well-engineered business logic for data operations
  • setting up automated data backups and an effective disaster recovery plan
  • enabling high-availability of database environments via various Availability Zones
  • ensuring the safety of sensitive data via Amazon RDS encryption
  • enabling continuous data reading, data analytics, and reporting processes 
  • guaranteeing and upholding a 99.999% uptime and enhanced fault tolerance capabilities
  • improving infrastructure maintainability and operability due to well-rounded automation with Amazon RDS
  • increasing the teams’ productivity due to complete automation of previously manual data management processes
  • setting up continuous monitoring, notification systems, and continuous vulnerability checks for database workloads.

Certified AWS Partner to take you on a cloud journey

Profisea experts are capable of humanizing technology by carefully studying the requirements of our customers/partners and collaboratively developing customized cloud solutions that perfectly fit your business needs. Profisea specialists become part of your team and implement DevOps best practices to design, build, operate, secure, and scale unique cloud environments with the sole goal of maximizing performance, enabling faster deployment, improving product quality, and reducing time to market.

Business Development Manager (Senior)   




5+ years

Required skills:

5 years’ experience in IT, business thinking, strong communication skills, organizational skills

Uniskai by Profisea Labs is an innovative cloud management platform capable of handling all the most painful points felt by CloudOps engineers and IT managers who face increasing pressure to cut down IT costs, but only in a way that doesn’t do any damage to business value. Uniskai helps users visualize cloud assets, maximize cloud utilization, reduce cloud waste, and lower cloud spending while pursuing business goals.

  • 5 years’ experience in IT;
  • Experience in startup products;
  • Experience in global markets;
  • Business thinking;
  • Experience in sales, marketing or related fields;
  • Ability to identify competitors;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills;
  • Ability to thrive with minimal guidance, be proactive, and handle uncertainty;
  • English level – fluent;
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or related fields.

  • Development of a business development strategy focused on obtaining financial benefits (global market);
  • Communication with potential clients, conclusion of contracts;
  • Identification of new markets and customer needs;
  • Building long-term relationships with new and existing clients;
  • Promotion of company products/services;
  • Planning and control of new marketing initiatives together with the Marketing Department;
  • Searching organizations and individuals to explore new opportunities;
  • Searching and development of new markets and increasing sales;
  • Development of commercial offers and proposals for clients;
  • Analysis of competitors on the market.

  • Competitive compensation
  • Fully remote format of work
  • Full-time job
  • 18 day-offs per year, 5 sick leave days
  • Medical insurance
  • Sport compensation
  • PE accounting support
  • Professional working environment, where you’d be an essential member of our team

Students (3 courses), Bachelor`s or Master`s Degree in Economics/Finance/ Mathematics

10+ May DevOps news, updates & tips DevOps people will love!  

Summer is here and we are ready with our May DevOps digest! Our team carefully collects the latest DevOps news and the most useful tips on cloud Israel to share with everyone who can’t imagine their lives without DevOps. If you’ve missed any of the recent DevOps news and updates, here’s our latest digest for the DevOps & CloudOps community. Make a cup of coffee or whatever you prefer and get ready to read our next episode of DevOps info. We’re sure you’ll find something interesting here today. 

1. Introducing Tetragon

May brought some new products onto the open-source scene — Tetragon was announced! Tetragon is a cool eBPF-based security observability and runtime enforcement platform that has been part of Isovalent Cilium Enterprise for a few years. What makes Tetragon so special? The solution combines eBPF-based transparent security observability with real-time runtime enforcement to bring a broad array of strengths while also eliminating common observability system weaknesses. Tetragon offers visibility into all kinds of kernel subsystems to cover namespace escapes, capability and privilege escalations, file system and data access, networking activity of protocols such as HTTP, DNS, TLS, and TCP, as well as the system call layer to assess system call invocation and follow process execution. Tetragon is also able to set up security policies across the operating system in a preventive rather than reactive manner. If you are interested in learning more about Tetragon, check the Isovalent blog post.

2. Istio By Example

Being quite a popular solution for managing the different microservices that make up a cloud-native application, Istio has a lot of fans. However, for a very long time, it has been criticized as complex and hard to use. We found the solution to ease your life — сheck out Istio By Example where you’ll find the cases in most common use and examples to make your experience with Istio more productive and pleasant. Among the examples are Database Traffic, Traffic Mirroring, Canary Deployments, gRPC, Load balancing, and others.

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3. Introducing Amazon EKS Observability Accelerator 

AWS announced EKS Observability Accelerator, which is leveraged to configure and deploy purpose-built observability solutions on Amazon EKS clusters for specific workloads using Terraform modules. 

The Terraform modules are built to enable observability on Amazon EKS clusters for the following workloads: 

  • Java/JMX 
  • NGINX 
  • Memcached 
  • HAProxy

AWS will continue to add examples for more workloads in the future. For greater detail on how it works in practice, check the AWS blog post.

4. GitLab 15 is announced

GitLab, the well-known open-source DevOps service, announced the next step in the development of its platform, starting with release of its first version, 15.0. The company states that it will concentrate on observability, continuous security and compliance, enterprise agile planning (EAP) tools, and workflow automation. The upcoming features are planned to improve speed to delivery, provide built-in security scanning and compliance auditing and enrich the platform with machine learning (ML) capabilities. For more detail, read the GitLab blog.

5. Introducing Ratchet 

“Quality at Speed” is the new motto in software development. Organizations are making their moves toward DevOps and Agile principles to increase delivery speed and assure product quality. In DevOps, a continuous and automated delivery cycle is the foundation for fast and reliable delivery that would be impossible without proper CI/CD tools. This is where Ratchet enters the game. Ratchet is a powerful tool for securing CI/CD workflows with version pinning. It’s like Bundler, Cargo, Go modules, NPM, Pip, or Yarn, but for CI/CD workflows. Ratchet supports Circle CI, GitHub Actions and Google Cloud Build. To learn more about Ratchet, visit its GitHub directory.

6. Introducing HashiCorp Nomad 1.3 

HashiCorp announced that its Nomad 1.3 is now generally available. Nomad is an easy but flexible orchestrator used to deploy and manage containers and non-containerized applications. The tool can be used in both on-premises and cloud environments. What’s new in Nomad 1.3? 

  • You can do simple service discovery using only Nomad.
  • Nomad 1.3 presents a new optional configuration attribute max_client_disconnect that allows operators to more easily start up rescheduled allocations for nodes that have experienced network latency issues or temporary connectivity loss.
  • With Nomad 1.3, support for CSI is now generally available.
  • Nomad 1.3 introduces a new user interface for viewing evaluation information.

For more information about HashiCorp Nomad 1.3 and its benefits, click here

7. How to survive an on-call rotation

Incidents have a real financial impact — they cost enterprises $700 billion a year in North America alone — and they also damage the reputation of your company, your product, and your team. This is why well-organized on-call is so essential. On-call is a critical responsibility inside many IT, developer, support, and operations teams that run services offering 24/7 availability. But what do you need to know before participating in an on-call rotation yourself? Here is a short yet helpful article with some practical recommendations. It will be useful not only for those taking their first steps as a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) but also for everyone who is going to participate in on-call rotations. 

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8. Introducing KEDA v2.7.1

KEDA v2.7.1 is here. KEDA is a Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaler. With this tool, you can drive the scaling of any container in Kubernetes based on the number of events in need of processing. 

The improvements in KEDA v2.7.1 include: 

  • Fix autoscaling behavior while paused 
  • Don’t hardcode UIDs in securityContext 

Read more about KEDA v2.7.1 here and learn how to deploy it in its documentation

9. How to security harden Kubernetes in 2022 

Here is a helpful piece for all Kubernetes users. Kubernetes is currently one of the most popular container orchestration platforms, but what about security? According to a report by Red Hat about the state of Kubernetes security, 94% of respondents experienced a security incident in the last 12 months. So how can you improve security in Kubernetes? The technical report “Kubernetes Hardening Guide” initially published on August 3, 2021, and then updated on March 15, 2022, by the NSA and CISA can be really helpful here. But if you don’t have time right now to read 66 pages, check this guide where you’ll find summarized takeaway messages from the tech report and some additional insights.

10. Introducing Calico v3.23 

Calico v3.23 is here. While there are many improvements in this release, here are some of the larger features to be aware of: 

  • IPv6 VXLAN support 
  • VPP data plane beta 
  • Calico networking support in AKS 
  • Container Storage Interface (CSI) support 
  • Windows HostProcess Containers support (Tech Preview) 

For more information about Calico v3.23 and its benefits, click here.

11. New features in Terraform 1.2 

The release of HashiCorp Terraform 1.2 is now immediately available for download as well as for use in HashiCorp Terraform Cloud. The new release introduces exception handling with pre- and post-conditions, support for non-interactive Terraform Cloud operations in a CI/CD pipeline, and CLI support for Run Tasks. 

If you’re using older Terraform versions, these cool features might inspire you to upgrade. Read the upgrade notes to be sure you don’t miss anything important and use the latest release (v1.2.2 at this moment).

12. Amazon EKS console supports all standard Kubernetes resources 

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) now allows users to see all standard Kubernetes API resource types running on your Amazon EKS cluster through the AWS Management Console. This improvement makes it easy to visualize and troubleshoot the Kubernetes applications leveraging Amazon EKS. The updated Amazon EKS console currently covers all standard Kubernetes API resource types such as service resources, configuration and storage resources, authorization resources, policy resources, and more. For more detail, check the AWS blog.

Do DevOps with Profisea 

The Profisea team is constantly on the lookout for the latest DevOps and Cloud news to share with you. Don’t hesitate to contact us and tell us what you’d like to see in our next digests and which topics we need to feature. Our experts are always busy preparing new useful info for you. 

And, of course, if your business requires any DevOps services, we are here to lend you a helping hand as we always have the best DevOps and CloudOps practices at our fingertips. 





0 years

Required skills:

Students (3 courses), Bachelor`s or Master`s Degree in Economics/Finance/ Mathematics

Uniskai by Profisea Labs is an innovative cloud management platform capable of handling all the most painful points felt by CloudOps engineers and IT managers who face increasing pressure to cut down IT costs, but only in a way that doesn’t do any damage to business value. Uniskai helps users visualize cloud assets, maximize cloud utilization, reduce cloud waste, and lower cloud spending while pursuing business goals.

  • Students (3 courses), Bachelor`s or Master`s Degree in Economics/Finance/ Mathematics
  • High levels of initiative and motivation
  • Well-developed teamwork skills
  • English

  • Explore cloud billing pricing models (We provide special courses)
  • Preparation invoices, payment orders, acts
  • Communication with the company’s clients on financial matters
  • Consultation on accounting issues
  • Be a part of an international team of experts with a warm and friendly atmosphere

  • Competitive compensation
  • Fully remote format of work
  • Full-time job
  • 18 day-offs per year, 5 sick leave days
  • Medical insurance
  • Sport compensation
  • PE accounting support
  • Professional working environment, where you’d be an essential member of our team

Students (3 courses), Bachelor`s or Master`s Degree in Economics/Finance/ Mathematics

Front-End developer (React)




2+ years

Required skills:

2+ years of commercial experience with React framework, SQL Databases like PostgreSQL 

ProfiSea Labs, an innovative cloud management platform, is capable of handling all the most painful points felt by CloudOps engineers and IT managers who face increasing pressure to cut down IT costs, but only in a way that doesn’t do any damage to business value. ProfiSea Labs is a new generation AI-Based multi-cloud management platform that helps users visualize cloud assets, maximize cloud utilization, reduce waste, and lower cloud spending pursuing business goals. 

  • 2+ years of commercial experience with React framework
  • Experience with SQL Databases like PostgreSQL
  • Experience with usage of AWS infrastructure
  • Familiarity with development best practices, continuous integration
  • Good communication and collaboration skills

  • Be a part of an international team of experts with a warm and friendly atmosphere
  • Use of new cloud-based technologies and open-source tools to implement DevOps processes
  • Deliver the best quality services and solutions for our highly technological and well-established customers
  • We promise to surprise you with exciting new projects from a variety of industries
  • All we need from you is your desire to do great things!

  • Great Salary and social package
  • Mentoring, personal and career growth
  • Medical insurance
  • Sport compensations
  • Professional working environment, where you’d be an essential member of our company

2+ years of commercial experience with React framework, experience with SQL Databases like PostgreSQL

5 biggest myths about cloud computing in 2022 every organization deals with

According to the latest forecast from Gartner, end-user spending on public cloud services is expected to grow 20.4% in 2022 and reach $494.7 billion, up from $410.9 billion in 2021. But despite being on the rise, cloud computing is still questioned. Does everyone need to go to the cloud? Is it a necessity for modern business or just hype? Moreover, myths continue to plague cloud computing making it more difficult to decide whether the cloud is beneficial for organizations or not. Although cloud computing is now well established and popular with IT audiences and mainstream companies, some of the myths that appeared at the beginning of the cloud era still persist to this day. New myths keep arising. With cloud technologies booming, many people see them as a silver bullet to solve every problem and save them thousands of dollars. In a chat with our experts, we highlight the most common yet harmful myths and misunderstandings about cloud computing that CEOs, CIOs, and CTOs should be aware of.

Myth#1. Cloud is a one-size-fits-all solution

Cloud has immense potential and opens a plethora of opportunities to innovate and scale up. However, it’s a huge mistake to think that the cloud is for everyone and to see cloud computing as a place where magic happens for all.

You don’t need to integrate all your applications or infrastructure with the cloud – how much you do need to take to the cloud will depend on your business goals. There will always be certain areas and processes that don’t require cloud optimization. You will also need to consider the challenges and costs of integration. Finally, there is a difference between public, private, and hybrid cloud, so you can’t just click and go in the hope that everything will run like clockwork.

Profisea. 5 biggest myths about cloud computing in 2022 every organization deals with

According to a report from Cloud Security Alliance, 90% of CIOs have reported data migration projects falling short due to complexity across on-premise (on-prem) and cloud platforms. In its report, CNCF states that only 9% of organizations have fully documented cloud security procedures, even though they are aware that security is one of the main concerns in leveraging the cloud. So, how do you avoid backing the wrong horse and, even more to the point, how do you reap cloud benefits securely? Here are three points to keep in mind:

  • talk to experts to determine the cloud solution most suited to your business needs; and
  • be realistic – whichever cloud you choose, it will bring added complexity for which your organization needs to prepare; and
  • ensure you understand your service level requirements and communicate them with your service provider.

Leveraging cloud technologies should make your life easier, help your business run more smoothly and increase productivity. It should do all of these at the lowest possible cost. Be clear on what your organization needs and see which cloud option can best help you meet your goals.

Myth#2. Migration to the cloud is the final step

It would be a huge mistake to think that once you’ve migrated to the cloud you are done. In reality, cloud migration is only the beginning of the transformation. The true potential of the cloud can only be unlocked only when the organization fully understands its cloud operating model and achieves its cloud goals.

Once you have made the move, your task is to maintain robustness of the applications and know which operations could be improved by cloud benefits such as scalability and automation. Your team ought to monitor the changes gained from migration, evaluate the positive consequences, and work towards neutralizing the unwanted ones.

Myth#3. Cloud isn’t secure, so it’s better to avoid it 

This myth isn’t as common as it once was, but there is still a lot of confusion about the right way to manage cloud security to prevent data breaches and cybersecurity attacks.

In recent years, new tools and methods have been created to enhance cloud security, which means that developers have taken on some of the responsibility for security, rather than leaving the whole burden for in-house security resolution. This came about because almost all public cloud breaches have been caused by insecure customer configurations. In fact, Gartner forecasts that through 2025, 99% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault.

To combat cloud security failures, it is vital to implement and execute policies on cloud ownership, responsibility, and risk acceptance. For these new cloud policies to be effective, organizations must implement DevSecOps principles that integrate security as a shared responsibility throughout the entire IT lifecycle. DevOps security is automated, integrating security solutions with minimal disruption to operations. Its features include source control repositories, container registries, a continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline, application programming interface (API) management, orchestration and release automation, and operational management and monitoring. In addition to all of these, most cloud vendors work hard on security in various aspects, for example by offering PCI DSS compliant services or helping to achieve HIPAA compliance.

Myth#4. A multi-cloud approach will prevent lock-in

Most companies usually begin with one cloud provider, and that’s totally fine. However, organizations eventually become concerned about being too dependent on one vendor and start considering leveraging several cloud vendors concurrently. This is known as multi-cloud. It can also work as a functionality-based approach. For example, an organization may use AWS as its main cloud provider but choose Google for analytics and big data. According to Flexera, 89% of respondents reported having a multi-cloud strategy and 80% are taking a hybrid approach by combining the use of both public and private clouds. However, leveraging a multi-cloud approach isn’t the same as preventing lock-in, whether technical, commercial, or operational.

IT leaders should not assume that they can avoid lock-in simply by having a multi-cloud strategy. Multi-cloud does not in itself prevent a lock-in scenario. If lock-in is identified as a potential issue, it will require a more focused effort to address it.

Myth#5. The cloud is too expensive for your business 

Cloud technologies can undoubtedly be expensive. According to Flexera, public cloud spending is now a considerable line item in IT budgets. 37% of enterprises declared their spending exceeded $12 million per year and 80% reported that cloud spending exceeds $1.2 million annually. As SMBs generally have less intense and smaller workloads, their cloud bills are generally at the lower end of the scale. But this is changing fast: Last year, 53% of SMBs paid out more than $1.2 million, compared with 38% the previous year. Does this mean that cloud adoption will cost too much for your business? Not necessarily, as the cost depends on the size of your enterprise and your business goals. Migrating to the cloud will cost money, and that’s unavoidable. At the same time, many organizations overspend when implementing the cloud simply because they have not analyzed options and have overlooked the hidden costs and challenges inherent in cloud migration.

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The goal of leveraging cloud technology is to accelerate, improve and automate processes for better performance, security, and customer experience. To achieve these ends, organizations need to apply a strategic approach that will optimize costs in the long run for both the IT team and the rest of the enterprise. An accurate and detailed cloud migration roadmap that assesses the total expenditure of the migration and identifies short- and long-term business goals is a must-have.

As CIOs and other IT leaders plan to leverage cloud technologies in 2022, they need to have a strong understanding of what’s a myth and what’s a reality in the cloud world as this will help them build realistic expectations around cloud computing. Debunking these myths will be crucial for companies to successfully adopt the cloud and reap the many benefits that cloud offers.

Move to the cloud with Profisea

While cloud technologies promise innumerable benefits, these are only achievable through optimum choices that balance your business goals, meet your budget, ensure successful implementation, and the right selection of the vendor/s and applications to be migrated, secured and managed. You may choose a single cloud strategy or you may prefer to use several cloud vendors offering various options for your business. You need to find your approach to meet your unique needs. This is where Profisea comes to your assistance. Our experienced professionals are knowledgeable in all the areas related to cloud computing and bring years of experience, numerous successful projects, and recommendations from satisfied clients to support you as you move to the cloud.

We help big and small businesses to develop and succeed using cloud technologies. Whether you are planning to design a cloud implementation plan, move to the cloud, or optimize your cloud usage, we are ready to take on any challenge and support you along this way. So, don’t hesitate; book a free assessment to take your business to the next cloud level.

Marketing manager 




5+ years

Required skills:

5+ years of experience in B2B IT marketing, SEO best practices 

Uniskai by Profisea Labs is an innovative cloud management platform capable of handling all the most painful points felt by CloudOps engineers and IT managers who face increasing pressure to cut down IT costs, but only in a way that doesn’t do any damage to business value. Uniskai helps users visualize cloud assets, maximize cloud utilization, reduce cloud waste, and lower cloud spending while pursuing business goals.

  • Has great results in the position of Product Marketing/Go-To-Market Manager on -previous projects;
  • 5+ years of experience in B2B IT product marketing
  • Experience in creating, managing and launching customer-facing digital campaigns
  • Extensive knowledge of marketing strategies, channels.
  • Excellent written English;
  • Structured, able to plan his work and manage several projects at the same time;
  • Own Internet marketing tools for engaging and retaining customers, knows how to count and increase their effectiveness.
  • Over two years of experience in managing complex marketing campaigns
  • Professionally works with services and tools: Google Analytics, Hotjar, Semrush, snov.io, Phantombuster, Similar Web.

  • Execute strategy for attracting leads from regular and unobvious channels for scaling the sales of a product with a positive ROI.
  • Constantly generate ideas and conduct experiments. Performs A / B testing, quickly creates, tests and validates hypotheses. Knows how to measure and evaluate the result afterwards. It puts it on stream as business as usual.
  • Optimize website conversion
  • Share in a variety of digital channels – enough to use them as points of growth.
  • Analyze the metrics for user conversions and website traffic by various analytics tools.
  • Research competitors and target markets to implement new GTM ideas.
  • Develop and review of implementation of technical tasks for better site SEO performance .
  • Implement SEO tasks (semantics, content, optimization etc.)
  • Regular reports of project’s efficiency.

  • Great Salary and social package
  • Mentoring, personal and career growth
  • Medical insurance
  • Sport compensations
  • Spoken English Club
  • Professional working environment, where you’d be an essential member of our company

3+ years of experience in B2B IT marketing, SEO best practices

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