Réalisation de missions

Realization of missions


Our teams support you in carrying out your projects by implementing DevSecOps and Agile practices/span> and increasing the skills of your teams.

We help you understand and adopt new ways of working, create an agile culture, adapt and apply DevOps practices and processes.


At the heart of our work is the desire to help you develop the skills and practices that will allow your teams to deliver high quality products and faster, without neglecting the security aspect of your data, applications and infrastructures.


We support you in these changes, but also by providing you with tools and resources that can be reused on future projects..


Transform your growth with services suited to your needs

Change management

Proof of Concept (POC)

Recommendation and implementation of solutions

Assessment and follow-up of missions

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POC Kesako?



A POC is typically conducted in a controlled, time- and budget-constrained test environment. It aims to demonstrate that the proposed Cloud solution meets the needs of the organization and that it is technically and economically viable.


The POC can include setting up prototypes, running performance tests, scaling, and evaluating integration with the organization’s existing systems. It may also include the participation of key members of the organization to assess the impact of the solution on business processes and operations.


The outcome of the POC is typically used to determine whether the proposed on-premise or cloud solution is retained for larger-scale implementation or abandoned in favor of another solution.


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Tips by SoKube: Proof of Concept, how to choose between a “Fail Fast” approach or a “Pilot” approach?


At SoKube, as part of a POC (Proof of Concept ), we propose to implement either a “Fail Fast” or a “Pilot” approach. Depending on the complexity of the solution to be tested and the objectives of your organization, it will be wise to choose between one of these approaches.


To help you get in the right direction, here are some key differences between these two approaches:


The “Fail Fast” approach aims to fail quickly and in a controlled manner to determine whether an idea or solution is viable or not. The purpose of the “Pilot” approach is to test and validate an idea or solution before committing to a larger-scale implementation.


The “Fail Fast” approach is generally designed to be completed quickly, within days or weeks at most. The “Pilot” approach is generally longer, lasting several months or even a year, depending on the complexity of the solution to be tested.


The “Fail Fast” approach often requires a small team, made up of a few key people who can make decisions quickly. The “Pilot” approach requires a larger team, which may include key members from different departments and teams in the organization.


The “Fail Fast” approach has a limited impact on the organization, because it is designed to be carried out quickly and in a controlled manner. The “Pilot” approach may have a greater impact on the organization, as it involves larger scale implementation and may affect business processes and operations.