Looking for the mobile development and software development life cycle experts?
the mobile development and software development life cycle experts?
San Diego, California
You've come to the right place.
cmReady Systems Incorporated provides a wide range of software configuration management and product development services to the greater Southern Californian region and beyond.
Get That Mobile Application Out the Door
Still dreaming of that mobile app? It's not too late. cmReady Systems has a full mobile design and development team to help you make that dream come true. Whether it's an iPhone iOS app, an Android app, or a cross-platform mobile web application, the team at cmReady Systems has the expertise and tools ready at hand to create full-fledged well-tested solutions that are extremely user friendly and look terrific on all mobile platforms.
Exploit the Cloud
It's time to exploit cloud technologies and virtualize your environments – even your production environment. Doing so decreases hardware costs, adds an extra layer of redundancy, and allows you to scale your applications on the fly.
The hardware traditionally necessary to build, test and distribute applications adds up quickly. Instead, let cmReady Systems show you the low-cost alternatives to buying expensive business systems.
Ensure That Your Application Server is Up to Snuff
Is your application server ready to handle your new mobile applications? cmReady Systems can help. We can write in Java (and Grails), Ruby (and Rails), or PHP (including Drupal, Joomla, WordPress) – or just about any other programming language you might use. Database layers of MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server or Oracle? No problem!
We can start your site from scratch or help you tone your current server. Looking for folks who understand REST principles? You're in good shape with cmReady Systems.
Create an Automated Test and Deployment Strategy
Accidentally deploying a broken application can be a thing of the past. DevOps methodologies help you minimize risk by eliminating most human errors from your delivery pipeline. Using experienced architects to plan and build your test and deployment automation scripts ensures that you won't spin your wheels constantly fixing a broken pipeline. Spend your time developing instead of testing and deploying.
Avert Risk by Applying Sound Software Development Management Principles
Using the best software development methodologies and tools is the number one defense tactic against missed deadlines and buggy software. But the word “best” is a subjective term – what's best for you? It might be using agile or a more phased development methodology. It might be using open source solutions or putting in place an application lifecycle management (ALM) tool.
Let cmReady Systems help you design a flexible and dynamic development process that ensure your products deliver on schedule and that your team's code base stays safe, reliable and accessible.
Latest Blog Entries
Check out our polyoperable blog entries for the latest on software configuration management, virtualization, encryption, Visual Studio Team System and all things polyoperable.
August 20, 2012 at 09:49:57 AM
I'm a command line guy, so even though I sometimes use RabbitVCS in Nautilus (which is terrific, I might add), I typically just head to a command window for my source updates. Git's commands don't feel wordy at first... But after a while, typing "git commit" over and over again tires out my...
August 8, 2012 at 12:56:06 PM
Part of our business here at cmReady is to set up customers with Quickbooks Point of Sale (POS) installations in the Southern California areas. I've had a couple of customers ask me about where to find the tagging labels that we recommend for folks... so here's a link at Amazon! Zebra...
June 12, 2012 at 10:30:31 AM
Whenever I'm backing up something into the cloud -- especially someone else's source -- I run into the issue of privacy. When vetting solutions, I often find myself asking if I would also feel comfortable uploading my credit card numbers to it. After all, I have a liability risk if I mistakenly...
Real World Software Configuration Management
By Sean Kenefick