Kunert started offering its services because of a simple obsession: speed. To put it mildly, we think that slow sites suck. Since everybody hates slow sites, why not fix the problem?
Focused on Cloud
It is projected that the worldwide cloud services market will grow to $240 billion by 2020. As a cloud-focused service provider, Kunert has aligned itself with one of the biggest changes that is underway in the IT infrastructure business.
Advent of cloud-based services allows small companies to project a global footprint. Gone are the days when only large companies could afford data centers around the world. These days even small companies have access to content delivery networks, like Cloudflare and CloudFront, using which they can serve their global customers with low-latency data without breaking the bank. Likewise, even small companies can use an IaaS platform like AWS to auto-scale EC2 instances—and do so in a very cost effective manner.
Focused on Mobile
As of 2017, five billion people are using mobile phones. Increasing number of mobile phones are smart phones, which can access web content using browsers. As more and more people start using smart phone browsers, companies have to make sure that website content is optimized for these users. Mobile-friendly sites are also ranked better by search engines.
Kunert will help design your website for both desktop and mobile devices. This is made possible using responsive web design, which responds to screen sizes. Designing multiple websites that cater to different screen sizes is impractical. Responsive web design gets around this problem by using a mix of flexible grids, images and CSS media queries. Based on the information received from a device, the website automatically switches to accommodate for resolution, scripting abilities, and image sizes. This allows a single website to serve to multiple devices.
The Right Tool for the Right Job
In the world of internet infrastructure, the number of tools is mind-boggling. By partnering with Kunert, you can make sure that the right tool is chosen for the right job.
There are expensive ways to solve a problem—and then there are inexpensive ones. For example, to handle increased load to your website, you could buy more hardware—which is expensive. Or, you could take advantage of open-source reverse proxies like Varnish and NGINX to serve lightning-fast content without having to buy new hardware. Companies that do more with less will ultimately win in the marketplace.