The Ball Team within ProtonIT was initiated after discovering software-development self-automation innovation on August 2010. Accelerating the software development with just mainstream tooling, the team was able to build new kind of cloud-distributed software platform called accordingly "The Ball" (based on information related breakthrough discovery on top of the tech stack on 2012).

The Ball is an open source software platform that runs in distributed manner on Microsoft Azure and any devices. It is built with mainstream Microsoft toolkits and was launched for general developer availability on Microsoft's Finnish TechDays on 2013:
abstractiondev.wordpress.com/2013/03/13/the-ball-launched-microsoft-finnish-techdays/

The architecture is disruptive in nature because it recognizes the ownership of data on technical level and it's built to be "My Data" by design. Combining this angle with mainstrean Azure / .NET technology stack has allowed the team to build full stack solutio...
The Ball Team within ProtonIT was initiated after discovering software-development self-automation innovation on August 2010. Accelerating the software development with just mainstream tooling, the team was able to build new kind of cloud-distributed software platform called accordingly "The Ball" (based on information related breakthrough discovery on top of the tech stack on 2012).

The Ball is an open source software platform that runs in distributed manner on Microsoft Azure and any devices. It is built with mainstream Microsoft toolkits and was launched for general developer availability on Microsoft's Finnish TechDays on 2013:
abstractiondev.wordpress.com/2013/03/13/the-ball-launched-microsoft-finnish-techdays/

The architecture is disruptive in nature because it recognizes the ownership of data on technical level and it's built to be "My Data" by design. Combining this angle with mainstrean Azure / .NET technology stack has allowed the team to build full stack solution, that scales in distributed manner to users. The solution is also extremely cost effective, boiling down to cheap cloud object storage and CPU processing seconds - without no need to cost/cover the "idle time" of the system. This was demonstrated later on the release year with 99% cost consolidation on traditional website:
abstractiondev.wordpress.com/2013/11/03/web-site-on-the-ball-on-azure-99-cost-consolidation/

While on first world the Microsoft Azure cloud back-end or alike serves for processing, the platform can be easily taken to low-level device level (such as Raspberry-Pi) or even relatively low cost smart phone level for full functionality.
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