Position: Ruby on Rails Developer
Location: Digital depot, The Digital Hub, Dublin 8
Terms: Full Time
Description: Dediserve is a specialist cloud based virtual server provider, built on bespoke software management and service orchestration platforms.
Through our unique platform, customers can provision and manage cloud servers dynamically as required, while our custom software monitors billing events and provides access to our support services.
We are looking for a ruby on rails developer to join the dediserve team, to work on constantly improving and updating the existing infrastructure. This is a great opportunity for someone with the right attributes to join a fast growing start-up.
As more and more business look to expand both their customer base and revenue line by driving the e-commerce based aspect of their business.The ability for that site to be running 24/7 , 365 , becomes mission critical. Downtime results in lost revenue and lost confidence with your customers.
Published Costs of website downtime include the following:
Downtime is costing the major internet e-commerce based websites $8,000 per
hour – Eric Jackson. “Cost of losing information. A framework for information management
planning” Forrester Research, September 2005
Downtime costs $1,400 per minute on average – Shawn Barker. “Justifying an Active directory disaster recovery plan” (oracle survey/IDC study) October 2007
*This offer has now been filled*
Were currently running a deal for all our Twitter followers, which is get your first month on one of our Virtual512 plans completely free , no strings attached , no set-up fee , and simply cancel at the end of the month if you no longer want it without paying a penny.
So we have decided instead of leaving our blog readers out of this , we will also offer the same deal , simply sign up now for one of our virtual512 plans and put the follow coupon code in when signing up “blogvps10” and you account will be activated straight away.
This is a first come , first served basis and when there gone , there gone.
First of all, everyone here at dediserve would like to wish all our customers and potential customers a very happy new year and a prosperous 2010.
2010 is going to be an exciting year in the development of dediserve and our products. We have an impressive roadmap of features and functionality throughout 2010, starting in the next couple of weeks.This has come as a direct result of feedback from customers on what you want or need to make the management of your server easier and less time consuming.
I’ll disclose full details in another post soon with regards what exactly that means, as well as some exciting news concerning dediserve, but for now my lips are sealed
Keep an eye on our blog and twitter pages for news of all upcoming releases or sign up for an account on the dediserve website to be added to our newsletter mailing list. As always you can Contact us with any queries or feedback you might have.