We’ve always done things a little bit differently at drie.

We didn’t start in a conference room. Instead, we started on a kitchen table. And we’ve grown our business on a set of three building blocks:

Do great work, enjoy the people you work with, and have fun.

Not only do these blocks serve as our model for consulting, but they’ve created a culture that values team unity and collaboration. We enjoy working together, alongside you, our clients, to support you in getting the most out of the cloud.

How we work

We believe working with a consulting firm doesn’t have to be hard, so we make it easy. We strive to provide you with a consistent, fruitful and enjoyable experience every time we work with you and our six pillars for engagement help us stay on track.

drie have extensive experience in supporting businesses in transforming and modernizing their infrastructure estate using cloud technologies. Our highly skilled engineering team will lead and collaborate with you to assure a smooth transition to cloud-based working. From then onwards, and probably more importantly, we’ll work with you to ensure that you gain maximum business benefit from your investment in cloud services.

Agility and feedback

We use short feedback cycles to constantly improve and iterate towards a shared definition of success.



Have a custom cloud security strategy that is bullet-proof and implemented by drie.



We believe in automating as much of your infrastructure as possible and use infrastructure-as-code tools to make that happen.


One team, one dream

No matter how good we think we are, we want to be part of an even better team.


Sharing is caring

Knowledge sharing is an ever returning action item throughout any given project and across teams.



Our approach to working with our clients is one full of honesty and transparency.


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Posted on 7th April, 2020 by Admin

Now that cloud technology is maturing, we’re seeing more and more offerings that focus on cloud security. As organizations continue moving resources and infrastructure to cloud projects, they are finding that the onus is on them to use the cloud securely. Rather than conceive of the cloud as “secure” or “insecure”, the question of the […]