Armut, also known as HomeRun in many countries, is a global brand for finding on demand service providers. It is a market for quality service workers and has millions of users depending on their services on a daily basis.
The Armut Engineering team consists of more than 50 developers. They fully operate on AWS and use many Serverless tooling like AWS Lambda or Glue. They also make use of SaaS tools like Atlassian Cloud, Slack or GSuite.
Getting visibility into AWS infrastructure
Armut engineering team members are encouraged to try and experiment. That requires autonomous teams and deployment. The DevOps team creates tooling for faster and safer delivery. They also make use of infrastructure as code tools like CDK to automate their AWS infrastructure.
“Resmo is critical for our DevOps team to follow security best practices.” Deniz İrgin - Director of Engineering at Armut/HomeRun
With a modern stack, at some point you lose track of who is creating which resources and when. And you don’t have a way to define alerts on potential violations. With Resmo, Armut engineering team:
- Creates alerts on potential security violations on their AWS Accounts
- Setup queries for team performance
- Get alerted on potential cost violations
- Audit resource changes