When It’s All or Nothing
Mission-Critical Web Projects - what are we talking about?
The term “mission critical” comes from our specialist field, IT. In the IT industry, "business critical" describes projects which are of the greatest importance for the success of the company.
Business-critical applications are applications whose non-implementation or poor execution has potentially catastrophic effects. As a rule, these are systems whose malfunction, depending on the industry or application, leads to large monetary losses or a serious impairment of business operations.
COO & Management
“Business critical” describes the priority of an IT system or an application in the present. To us, this definition falls short. That is why we deliberately expand it by using the term "mission critical" instead. Thereby, we put the entire mission at the center of our work. Our focus is not solely on the present or a defined state to be achieved, but rather on the whole of the project.
Thanks to High Performance, Website Withstands Rush of Visitors
Leading Motorbike Manufacturer
The marketing campaign of a large motorbike manufacturer only runs for a few days each year and attracts masses of visitors to the Umbraco website, which until now had always collapsed under the load. So technologically, it needed a high-performance site that was always available, even at peak times. The cloud transformation of byte5 made it possible.
Performance boost through Laravel for mission-critical web project
Max Planck Society
As an experienced Laravel Diamond partner, byte5 won the tender of the Max Planck Society. This mission-critical web project is about high-performance with Laravel and Kubernetes.
Multi-day Laravel onboarding
byte5 supported the public IT service provider ITK Rheinland as an expert in a large Laravel project.
Umbraco-based corporate website
Umbraco specialist byte5 took care of the implementation, design, and maintenance of the international websites of Britax Römer, manufacturer of child safety products.
Into the Future with .NET Core
Umbraco 9 – Into the Future with .NET Core
With version 9, Umbraco is ported from .NET 4.x to .NET 5.0. With the new development, V9 also achieves platform independence for the first time, which enables hosting outside of Windows (IIS) on other operating systems.
Open source in Action
Open Source in Mission-Critical Business Projects
At byte5, we are committed to the use of open source technologies. Especially in mission-critical web projects, their use provides important competitive advantages.
A Self-Service Portal for the Max Planck Society
Max Planck Society: A Self-Service Portal for Managing Authentication Procedures
With a new self-service portal, byte5 enables employees of the Max Planck Society to manage authentication options.
Cooperation and New Work
Cooperation and New Work: Trends and Challenges 2021
Digital pioneer Janus Boye shares his insights into the lasting effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has already had on the working world and the digitisation of the workplace. He also reveals what corporate culture could look like in 2021.
Honoured by Computer Bild and Statista
carrera-toys.com Named Trend Shop 2021 by Computer Bild and Statista
E-commerce is now booming more than ever. With carrera-toys.com, a webshop developed by byte5 has now been named a Trend Shop 2021 – by Computer Bild magazine and statistics platform Statista.