Who we are
Founded in Copenhagen, Denmark 2001, ASERGO are a European Kubernetes software and infrastructure hosting specialist.
What we do
Since 2015 we have provided infrastructure, support, and development resources for Kubernetes cluster deployments.
Our focus is primarily on data privacy (GDPR and Schrems II), cost reduction, and stability.
What you can expect
We know our customers, and we are always there to help with planning, development, and production issues.
We are a team of highly trained professionals with a dedicated focus on customer satisfaction.
Protect IT investments
With + 21 years of experience, building best-in-class infrastructure and hosting services. ASERGO is pioneering the way to run Kubernetes clusters at scale securely.
Kubernetes is already the go-to standard for modern decentralized infrastructure. ASERGO takes advantage of this trend and strives to become the leading Kubernetes specialist in Europe.
The Human Factor
Our customer's success is our success. We work hard to earn our customers' business and trust. We listen to our customers, understand their needs, and deliver quality products that our customers love.
Our mission is to offer turn-key Kubernetes development- and production cluster environments that are affordable, easy-to-use, yet flexible, minimizing the well-known steep learning curve. This is done by constantly developing additional Kubernetes services, and our list of services grows all the time. We continually raise the customer experience bar to stay the most customer-centric European Kubernetes company.
To become Europe's leading Kubernetes specialist house, while customers can benefit from our in-depth knowledge and bleeding-edge technology.
We founded EasySpeedy (ASERGO). In an era where self-service was uncommon. We provided a Dashboard with server reboot, OS installation, recovery, invoicing...
After we saw increased demand for low-end servers, we extended our product program with more powerful servers.
Due to the increasing demand for our services, we decided that it was time to upgrade our backbone and redundant network infrastructure significantly.
Sun Microsystems became our primary server supplier.
As more data center floor was needed, we took this opportunity to move to a larger and better-equipped data center outside Copenhagen, Denmark.
We started to arrange our infrastructure in silos, which now is generally called availability-zones .
Shared ISCSI block storage for bare metal servers launched. Our storage solution utilized redundant iSCSI-based Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System.
The Danish Technology University Science Park (Scion-DTU) accepted our company and allowed us to relocated our offices into this high-technology environment.
KVM over IP and Private Network became a standard feature of our hosting platform
10 Gigabit connectivity between servers in Private Network became the default for high-end servers.
The new primary server supplier Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT) , is introduced into our data center.
We open our second data center in Berlin, Germany.
Kubernetes became our platform of choice for all our internal services and back-office applications.
We expanded the use of Kubernetes to include vital hosting services. Everything is running in a full development / staging / production CI environment.
Same company different name. We changed our company name from EasySpeedy to ASERGO.
Our third data center opened in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Launch of bare-metal Kubernetes product line, enabling our customers to take advantage of our experience with Kubernetes.
Launch of data center interconnects and off-site NFS file storage service.
We started offering assistance with continuous integration and development as well as help customers porting legacy applications to Kubernetes.
Our Kuberentes stack was reworked right from the hosting hardware to the full application stack
Contribution to open-source software
We are avid users of open-source software, and we like to give back to the community by actively helping with projects that we use ourselves. We host a public download mirror for several open-source projects.