The rapid growth of business industry brings a great opportunity for a number of business players and customers, too. This is a very positive thing. Yet, there are some unavoidable problems that are happening in the field. These problems are presented below.
Every single day, big organizations carry out hundreds of builds, tests, and other tasks related to development and operations. All of these tasks take much time to complete. Companies are trying to build faster to achieve faster results. For this reason, they spend much in their build infrastructure. This situation eventually leads to complex and pricey enterprise DevOps (development and operations) infrastructure. In addition, it needs regular and continuous maintenance. It is just for shipping. There is also a problem regarding parallelism. The companies also do much to make delivery times faster such as to reduce unnecessary queues. In addition, to run multiple pipelines all at the same time, they also perform builds and actions within pipelines at once. It needs rigorous efforts in terms of preparation and execution. This becomes one of the major pressure on the infrastructure.
Smart contracts have been used to mitigate this problem. However, dealing with smart contract development is not easy. Even senior off-chain developers still find some challenges to start with it. Programmers need to understand very well about some main concepts before starting any works. These major concepts include the Blockchain itself, dApps, EVM, and many others. The adoption of Blockchain tech, smart contract, and dApps are getting more challenging as there are many myths about Blockchain development.
Right now, as smart contracts and dApps are becoming more and more complex, flaws and bugs can enter the system easier than before, giving more opportunity for bad actors to exploit them. This can cause the loss of millions of dollars’ worth of digital assets. Furthermore, the lack of advanced tools to support blockchain-particular development tasks worsens the problem. These tools are highly required especially to build trust between founders and developers. Buddy is going to eliminate these problems by proposing some innovative doable solutions.
A Brief Overview of Buddy
Before knowing the proposed solutions to deal with the issue above, let’s get to know further with Buddy. Buddy was founded more than 10 years ago. At that time, in 2007, the team was working on Springloops. It is a quite well-known platform on Subversion hosting providing web developers with necessary tools. In the process of bootstrapping the platform, the team started to invent Buddy. So, Buddy was actually built from the team’s experience in working with another platform combined with the new technology trend.
Although Buddy was invented in 2007, it was established 8 years later in 2015. A mission to steeply implement automation into the application development process was set. The aim was to make developers concentrate on their creative challenges instead of working on repetitive tasks that are not efficient in terms of time, energy, and money. Then, Buddy was officially released in 2016 when it received a positive response from the community. It did not take a long time for Buddy to become a partner of some key players such as Microsoft, Google, and GitHub. Together, they work on assisting developers to deliver their products in a faster way while still maintain their quality. Since then, the team has been making some improvements and updates to develop the platform.
As you read previously, there are some problems regarding DevOps adoption. Buddy proposes some solutions to eliminate the problems. First, it applies a culture-shifting approach in which help the team to obtain their goals with the approach’s flexibility and excellence. Moreover, their performance will be always maintained. Second, an open model is used. It serves as the basis for experienced app developers to create quality add-ons in dealing with development automation. Third, Buddy provides auto-scaling features that provide attentiveness of what can be offloaded to an open network based on the intellectual assets and regulation of the company.
BUD Token Sale Detail
Buddy released a token called BUD. The price of 1 BUD is 0.0002 ETH. There will be 470 million BUD tokens available for the token sale. The hard cap for the crowdsale is 60,000 ETH. The crowdsale will take place from 1st August to 29th October 2018. There will be no new tokens created after the sale ends. Any remaining tokens will be burnt after sale period ends.
|Price||1 BUD = 0.0002 ETH|
|Soft cap||8,000 ETH|
|Hard cap||60,000 ETH|