IPNET is a reliable and flexible software development company, committed to deliver outstanding web solutions, whether building a high-load enterprise platform from scratch or outsourcing dedicated development teams.
We build projects using a wide range of platforms, development frameworks, programming languages, and tools. Based on our extensive experience, technology expertise, and industry trends, we offer you both front-end and back-end web development to produce powerful and secure web applications – from high-loaded enterprise portals to e-commerce websites.
Spring is a very popular open source framework that enables development teams build simple, portable and fast enterprise applications. This model combines the best single-tier frameworks to create coherent architecture. We use Spring to create high performing, easily testable, reusable and loose coupling enterprise applications.
Java is one of the most demanded programming languages used to create enterprise web applications and platforms. It is extremely flexible, allows writing the code that runs on any machine, regardless of architecture or platform.
Varnish is an open-source HTTP accelerator for content-heavy dynamic websites as well as heavily used APIs. It acts as a secure intermediary between all web requests and your web server (apache), which is why we use Varnish in web development to significantly speed up a website performance while reducing the load on the web server.
Hibernate is an open-source high-performance project and ORM solution for managing persistent data. ORM enables representation and conversion of data between the database and the object-oriented programming language, while Hibernate takes care of this mapping using XML files so that developer does not need to write code for this.
Designed by Google, GO is a free open source programming language that encourages good software engineering practices, making it easier to build simple, reliable, and efficient solutions.
We take advantage of the most advanced mobile technologies to create dynamic, customized, and user-focused cross-platform mobile applications . From startups to large enterprises – we build mobile apps for customers of different sizes, and from all major industries; providing them with operational and competitive advantage.
This is a full-scale open-source software development kit designed for building cross-platform mobile applications using web technologies like CSS, HTML5, and Sass.
We apply DevOps and Continuous Delivery approaches to the configuration and deployment, which allows us to create web & mobile applications quickly and efficiently. Our great experience working with the most up-to-date technologies enables stable and predictable deployment automation processes.
Jenkins is an open source continuous integration tool for testing and reporting on isolated changes in a larger code base in real time. By accelerating the software development process through automation, we can quickly find and solve defects in the code, and automate testing of the builds.
TeamCity is a Java-based build management and continuous integration server. We use it to support various version control systems and build runners. This user-friendly solution allows us easily build and deploy to our development projects, track changes and test our progress.
Docker the open-source application container platform that allows users to pack, distribute and manage Linux applications within containers, which brings simplicity, faster configuration and rapid deployment. This tool allows us to eliminate duplicate efforts while setting up developer environments or making copies of the production code.
Ansible is another configuration management tool used to orchestrate your IT infrastructure. It is a powerful engine that streamlines cloud provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, intra-service orchestration, and many more.
Originally designed by Google, Kubernetes is an open-source an open source platform that automates deployment, scalability and operations of app containers across clusters of hosts, delivering container-centric infrastructure.