About IT Wonder Lab

Tutorials and Best Practices for the Cloud

We help companies be successful by making sure their infrastructure works at its best, developers do what they love, customers are happy and the business benefits from technology.

At IT Wonder Lab we share best practices for application deployment and maintenance of cloud infrastructures.

Most demos and examples available on the Internet or even shown during vendor events, are just plain simple and don’t apply engineering standards. Many are insecure, don’t scale, and don’t show the full potential of the product.

Many companies migrate to the Cloud taking sub-optimal decisions or advice from vendors that might not be the best in the long run.

Culture and Values

Our work culture is aligned with our values


Best ideas, talent, skills and effort are encouraged


We take total responsibility for our actions and agreements


We always tell the true and say what we think


We focus on people and business, technology is a tool, not an end!


We take time and effort to understand how others feel


We use resources with extreme care


About IT Wonder Lab 1 Javier Ruiz Jiménez is an engineer and serial entrepreneur, he created IT Wonder Lab to help companies take better decisions when migrating to the Cloud.

Javier holds a Master in Computer Science Engineering from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

He founded his first IT company at 23, that company grew from zero to many high-level professionals and millions in revenue, had the opportunity to manage a team of highly skilled engineers at every department of the company.

After many years offering IT Consulting Services and Custom Software Development, dedicated his effort to transition the company to be a SaaS provider of energy production planning and metering tools for some of the biggest energy producers of the world generating +2 billion Euro/year in electricity and impacting millions of customers.

After building his previous company for 18 years, it was sold to a NASDAQ publicly traded company.