Who we are
Indigo is an Amsterdam based headhunting agency focused on permanent and contracting roles in DevOps and Development. Specifically we are focused on the following subdomains:
- Cloud Native Development
- Machine Learning
- Big Data engineering
- IT Infrastructure
Jaap van Goch and Willem ter Harmsel are managing directors at Indigo and partners at EVO Venture Partners. In both capacities, they are focused on matching technology and technical leadership in the Development and DevOps area.
Indigo believes in a highly personal and customised approach. Besides our passion for our fields of expertise, we believe we can only add value when we truly know our customers and candidates.
This translates to a dedicated way of working. We prefer to meet our candidates through our existing network, meetups or events that we sponsor. The next step is a rendezvous at our office or over lunch, to get to know our candidates and elaborate on the positions we have available.
We know all of our customers intimately, from a cultural and technological perspective. Our customers are mainly large SME / small corporate (100-1000 employees) in System Integration, Professional Services, Financial Services and Media.
Events and Meetups
We host and attend Meetups, and are sponsors of several events. Great to meet you in person and have a chat!
Indigo is comprised of a team of 6 headhunters.
With our team we recruit for Development and DevOps positions.
We are focused on freelance and permanent positions.
Cloud Native refers to applications or services that are container-packaged, dynamically scheduled and micro services-oriented. (Containers like Dockers / CoreOS Rocket)
Cloud native application development allows Internet companies to scale their businesses in a practical way.
A Native Cloud Application (NCA) is a program that is designed specifically for a cloud computing architecture.
In general, a native app is an application program that has been developed for use on a specific platform or device.
Virtual servers can quickly be added for testing and, in theory, an NCA can be brought to market on the same day it’s created.
NCAs are designed to take advantage of cloud computing frameworks, which are composed of loosely-coupled cloud services.
That means that developers must break down tasks into separate services that can run on several servers in different locations.
Because the infrastructure that supports a native cloud app does not run locally, NCAs must be deployed with redundancy in mind, so the application can withstand equipment failure and re-map IP addresses automatically should hardware fail.
NCA design creates great flexibility and agility and allows organizations to deploy very frequently. Why are frequent deployments important? If you can deploy hundred times per day, you can recover from mistakes almost instantly. If you can recover from mistakes almost instantly, you can take on more risk. If you can take on more risk, you can try wild experiments à the results might turn into your next competitive advantage.
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We recruit for technical and leadership positions in IT Infrastructure
Be sure to check out some of our latest articles.
We zijn op zoek naar een Cloud Engineer met Microsoft…
General Catalyst Partners, Interview with Steve Herrod Date: 16 February…
Have a look at some of the wonderful things people say about us.
Great employee, thanks!
Thanks a lot for finding the right person on the right spot! Indigo is very accurate and our new manager fits perfectly in the profile where we looked at! For our next vacature we absolutely come back to Indigo.
Indigo is active in Amsterdam, London, Berlin and San Francisco
Find us at the events below!
Indigo had een fantastisch feest op vrijdag 16 December op ons kantoor op de 6e verdieping…
Indigo was present at Software Circus Amsterdam. It is held from the 31st of August…
We are located on the 4th floor of Rokin 75 in the centre of Amsterdam.
Our offices are easily reached by public transport/car.
Car: Please park your car in the Bijenkorf garage, located on Beursplein 15
Public Transport: Via Amsterdam Central Station, Trams 4, 14, 16, and 24 bring you to our doorstep. Please exit at stop ‘Spui’.