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ADOPT TRIAL ASSESS HOLD Redis 1 Redis RabbitMQ 2 RabbitMQ PostgreSQL 3 PostgreSQL MS SQL 4 MS SQL MongoDB 5 MongoDB MariaDB 6 MariaDB Swagger 19 Swagger REST Assured 20 REST Assured ReactJS 21 ReactJS NodeJS 22 NodeJS - click to see job offers Geb 23 Geb Zabbix 46 Zabbix Windows Server 2016 47 Windows Server 2016 PGBouncer 48 PGBouncer Nginx 49 Nginx HAProxy 50 HAProxy Debian 51 Debian Azure 52 Azure Ansible 53 Ansible Akamai 54 Akamai Swift 68 Swift - click to see job offers PHP 69 PHP JavaScript 70 JavaScript Java 71 Java - click to see job offers Solr 7 Solr Kafka 8 Kafka HBase 9 HBase ElasticSearch 10 ElasticSearch Vue.js 24 Vue.js TensorFlow 25 TensorFlow Spring 26 Spring Redux 27 Redux Phalcon 28 Phalcon Lumen/Laravel 29 Lumen/Laravel Express 30 Express Doctrine 31 Doctrine Net Core 2.0 32 Net Core 2.0 - click to see job offers Ubuntu 55 Ubuntu Supervisord 56 Supervisord docker 57 docker DC/OS 58 DC/OS AWS 59 AWS TypeScript 72 TypeScript Kotlin 73 Kotlin Groovy 74 Groovy C# 75 C# Spark 11 Spark Hadoop 12 Hadoop Cassandra 13 Cassandra Azure CosmosDB 14 Azure CosmosDB AWS DynamoDB 15 AWS DynamoDB Apache Zeppelin 16 Apache Zeppelin Angular 2+ 33 Angular 2+ Net Framework 34 Net Framework - click to see job offers PGPool 60 PGPool Kubernetes 61 Kubernetes JLupin 62 JLupin IIS 63 IIS CloudFront 64 CloudFront Azure Service Fabric 65 Azure Service Fabric Scala 76 Scala Python 77 Python Go 78 Go RavenDB 17 RavenDB Memcached 18 Memcached Zend 35 Zend Symfony 36 Symfony Slim 37 Slim Silex 38 Silex RAML 39 RAML MobX 40 MobX jQuery 41 jQuery CakePHP 42 CakePHP Backbone 43 Backbone ApiDoc 44 ApiDoc Angular 1 45 Angular 1 Forever 66 Forever CentOS 67 CentOS JEE 79 JEE C++ 80 C++

Tech Radar

The Tech Radar is a list of technologies, complemented by an assessment result, called ring assignment.

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  • Data Management
    • ADOPT
      • 1 Redis
      • 2 RabbitMQ
      • 3 PostgreSQL
      • 4 MS SQL
      • 5 MongoDB
      • 6 MariaDB
    • TRIAL
      • 7 Solr
      • 8 Kafka
      • 9 HBase
      • 10 ElasticSearch
    • ASSESS
      • 11 Spark
      • 12 Hadoop
      • 13 Cassandra
      • 14 Azure CosmosDB
      • 15 AWS DynamoDB
      • 16 Apache Zeppelin
    • HOLD
      • 17 RavenDB
      • 18 Memcached
  • Frameworks
    • ADOPT
      • 19 Swagger
      • 20 REST Assured
      • 21 ReactJS
      • 22 NodeJS
      • 23 Geb
    • TRIAL
      • 24 Vue.js
      • 25 TensorFlow
      • 26 Spring
      • 27 Redux
      • 28 Phalcon
      • 29 Lumen/Laravel
      • 30 Express
      • 31 Doctrine
      • 32 Net Core 2.0
    • ASSESS
    • HOLD
      • 35 Zend
      • 36 Symfony
      • 37 Slim
      • 38 Silex
      • 39 RAML
      • 40 MobX
      • 41 jQuery
      • 42 CakePHP
      • 43 Backbone
      • 44 ApiDoc
      • 45 Angular 1
  • Infrastructure
    • ADOPT
      • 46 Zabbix
      • 47 Windows Server 2016
      • 48 PGBouncer
      • 49 Nginx
      • 50 HAProxy
      • 51 Debian
      • 52 Azure
      • 53 Ansible
      • 54 Akamai
    • TRIAL
      • 55 Ubuntu
      • 56 Supervisord
      • 57 docker
      • 58 DC/OS
      • 59 AWS
    • ASSESS
      • 60 PGPool
      • 61 Kubernetes
      • 62 JLupin
      • 63 IIS
      • 64 CloudFront
      • 65 Azure Service Fabric
    • HOLD
      • 66 Forever
      • 67 CentOS
  • Languages
    • ADOPT
    • TRIAL
      • 72 TypeScript
      • 73 Kotlin
      • 74 Groovy
      • 75 C#
    • ASSESS
      • 76 Scala
      • 77 Python
      • 78 Go
    • HOLD
      • 79 JEE
      • 80 C++

We use four rings with the following semantics:

ADOPT ADOPT

Technologies we have high confidence in to serve our purpose, also in large scale.

Technologies with a usage culture in our production environment, low risk and recommended to be widely used.
TRIAL TRIAL

Technologies that we have seen work with success in project work to solve a real problem; first serious usage experience that confirm benefits and can uncover limitations.

TRIAL technologies are slightly more risky; some engineers in our organization walked this path and will share knowledge and experiences.
ASSESS ASSESS

Technologies that are promising and have clear potential value-add for us; technologies worth to invest some research and prototyping efforts in to see if it has impact.

ASSESS technologies have higher risks; they are often brand new and highly unproven in our organisation. You will find some engineers that have knowledge in the technology and promote it, you may even find teams that have started a prototyping effort.
HOLD HOLD

Technologies not recommended to be used for new projects.

Technologies that we think are not (yet) worth to (further) invest in. HOLD technologies should not be used for new projects, but usually can be continued for existing projects.

Tribes:

MP Profit Increase
Tribe Profit Increase focuses on bringing more users and transactions to marketplace through various business initiatives (e.g. opening Marketplace for processing physical goods, AI recommendations for users etc.)
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MP redesign
Marketplace Redesign aims to create excellence in user experience by delivering responsive web design & shortening to minimum key user journeys. Ultimate aim is to enable users to purchase in fastest and easiest way possible.
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MP Rising Star
Tribe Rising Stars is responsible for creating, delivering and maintaining new products focused on bringing additional value streams for G2A.
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MP Services v2
MP Services V2 aims to create a crucial core systems elements and functionalities based on the services architecture for G2A Marketplace.
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Mobile
Tribe Mobile is responsible for   development, maintenance and controlling of iOS and Android applications.
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Scalable
Tribe Scalable implements internal projects related to ensuring the scalability of the organization
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PAY
Tribe Pay focuses forces mainly on G2A PAY global payment gateway but also develop new FinTech solutions.
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