SaaS-Story in the Making

149: Resilient Applications - Why they’re Critical - with Tobias Kunze

March 02, 2021 Matt Wolach Season 1 Episode 149
SaaS-Story in the Making
149: Resilient Applications - Why they’re Critical - with Tobias Kunze
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SaaS-Story in the Making
149: Resilient Applications - Why they’re Critical - with Tobias Kunze
Mar 02, 2021 Season 1 Episode 149
Matt Wolach

EPISODE SUMMARY

Tobias talks with Matt Wolach, host of SaaS-Story in the Making podcast, about the intricacies and the importance of resilient applications. Tobias, while discussing the tactics he used to scale his company, Glasnostic, analyzed the complexities of cloud architectures and their relation to application behaviour and control.

Tobias touches on the internetwork operations of applications in a complex infrastructural setting and the importance of implementing functionality that makes applications cohere. Tobias also shared tested strategies that could be adopted by startups and budding enterprises to stand out, grow, and be a force to reckon with in their niches.


PODCAST-AT-A-GLANCE

Podcast: SaaS-Story in the Making

Episode: Resilient Applications – Why They’re Critical

Host: Matt Wolach, a B2B SaaS sales coach, Entrepreneur, and Investor.

Guest: Tobias Kunze, CEO and Co-founder of Glasnostic.


TOP TIPS FROM THIS EPISODE

  • Capacity does not guarantee stability
  • Change and growth are a Siamese
  • Know the market
  • Just do it


EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Make your system resilient
  • Network effectively
  • The hungrier, the better for your team


LEARN MORE

To learn more about Tobias Kunze and Glasnostic, visit: https://glasnotic.com/

You can also find Tobias Kunze on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/tkunze/ 

For more about how host Matt Wolach helps software companies achieve maximum growth, visit https://mattwolach.com/.

As part of the founding team in his first SaaS product, Matt owned the sales & marketing processes. But he struggled to sell and gain traction for the company. It took years of learning and tweaking before Matt created The Perfect DEAL Process, an innovative yet easy to implement method for closing more software deals. To find out more, visit https://mattwolach.com/about-matt
Show Notes

EPISODE SUMMARY

Tobias talks with Matt Wolach, host of SaaS-Story in the Making podcast, about the intricacies and the importance of resilient applications. Tobias, while discussing the tactics he used to scale his company, Glasnostic, analyzed the complexities of cloud architectures and their relation to application behaviour and control.

Tobias touches on the internetwork operations of applications in a complex infrastructural setting and the importance of implementing functionality that makes applications cohere. Tobias also shared tested strategies that could be adopted by startups and budding enterprises to stand out, grow, and be a force to reckon with in their niches.


PODCAST-AT-A-GLANCE

Podcast: SaaS-Story in the Making

Episode: Resilient Applications – Why They’re Critical

Host: Matt Wolach, a B2B SaaS sales coach, Entrepreneur, and Investor.

Guest: Tobias Kunze, CEO and Co-founder of Glasnostic.


TOP TIPS FROM THIS EPISODE

  • Capacity does not guarantee stability
  • Change and growth are a Siamese
  • Know the market
  • Just do it


EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Make your system resilient
  • Network effectively
  • The hungrier, the better for your team


LEARN MORE

To learn more about Tobias Kunze and Glasnostic, visit: https://glasnotic.com/

You can also find Tobias Kunze on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/tkunze/ 

For more about how host Matt Wolach helps software companies achieve maximum growth, visit https://mattwolach.com/.

As part of the founding team in his first SaaS product, Matt owned the sales & marketing processes. But he struggled to sell and gain traction for the company. It took years of learning and tweaking before Matt created The Perfect DEAL Process, an innovative yet easy to implement method for closing more software deals. To find out more, visit https://mattwolach.com/about-matt