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Nerd Overflow: the engineering ceremony at TIER

Meet Tom, Tilman, Can and Mathieu Nerd Overflow is a recurring online meeting organised by TIER developers for TIER devel...

Open-sourcing the Dependabot - CodeArtifact sync tool

Extending awesome Dependabot to private registries Minimizing technical debt and avoiding security vulnerabilities is a t...

How TIER switched paradigms - from team- to service-centric - Part 1

Prefix Learn why we moved from service infrastructure based on teams to managing service creation and access in a single ...

How analytics engineers keep data modelling efficient and clean at TIER

In this blog post, we will be sharing the presentations made by our analytics engineers for the dbt labs Berlin Meetup. Th...

How we anonymize user trips on public APIs

At TIER we care about our users. One of our goals is to prevent any kind of information leak and data breach. We need to e...

How Knative helps us to go FaaS - Part 1

This post is Part 1 in a series describing our journey to FaaS with Knative At TIER, we’ve gone through several iteration...

Fireside Chat With Irina

Meet Irina: Software Engineer at TIER Irina joined TIER more than 2 years ago and she works as a Senior Software Engineer...

How we manage access to kubernetes in TIER

What is Access Management and why do we need it? In this post, we will discuss how we manage access control for humans in...

The Boring Registry

Managing Terraform Modules with The Boring Registry The TIER infrastructure team manages a number of opinionated Terrafor...