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  • Managed Services
  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Infrastructure Management

DevOps is a combination of software development and operations practices that emphasize communication between software developers and IT professionals. DevOps implementation improves collaboration between all stakeholders from planning through delivery and automates the entire process. The goal of DevOps is to establish a culture and environment where software innovation occurs more rapidly and reliably, contributing to better customer experience.

Our Experience with Devops

Managed Services

The amalgamation of Development and Operations is a hot topic amongst businesses that are looking to grow exponentially by implementing high degrees of automation, and shipping idle code into production more frequently. DevOps Managed Services is a compelling option for businesses wanting to accelerate their DevOps transformation journey and have their software delivery foundation managed centrally by leveraging cloud infrastructure and DevOps technologies. Our experts will work with you to develop a strategic technology roadmap and translate your business objectives into prioritized modules with actionable items that deliver quality work and drive growth. We understand that managing the skills that can help you initiate DevOps adoption and maturation journey is difficult. For efficient DevOps implementation, your business needs a managed service provider.

Continuous Integration

Continuous integration is a DevOp practice where developers regularly merge their code changes into a centralized code repository, on which automated builds and QA processes are run. Traditionally developers on a team might work in isolation for an extended period and merge their changes to the master branch once they complete their work. This made merging code changes difficult and time-consuming, and also resulted in long term bugs accumulating without correction. Through continuous integration, we guide you build and integration stages of the software release process and involve automation and cultural components. Our continuous integration service finds and addresses bugs quicker, improves software development efficiency, and reduces validation and release time for software updates.

Continous deployment

Continuous Deployment

DevOps has broken down the conventional silos by building a new culture of automating traditional operations and development responsibilities. DevOps is an essential enterprise capability for software delivery. By implementing DevOps Continuous Deployment, every change in codes is deployed to production, automatically. This approach works well with the business planning to use their end customers as the realtime tester and empowers enterprises to capitalize on their digital opportunities. Continuous development involves infrastructure management, tools, processes, and operations to improve agility and automation. Our experts facilitate managed services for DevOps environment management to our clients and offer standardized methods and automated structures for a broad spectrum of activities, including infrastructure configuration, environment monitoring, and managing incidents. We aim for a deployment-ready build model that has passed through a standardized test process.

Infrastructure Management

With improved internet service and smartphone penetration, businesses are facing severe competition, resulting in swiftly shrinking profit margins, and surprisingly chewed product launch timeframes. When the organization goes down the DevOps path, old habits get carried over into the new world. For example, if there’s a glitch with delivery management or a dilapidated disaster recovery process, these problems are dealt with as they occur, or not at all until they reach a critical point. Our infrastructure service enables all stakeholders to have on-demand access to development and testbeds and closely mirror the latest production environment, and facilitate production-ready code to be created and verified exponentially. It’s the infrastructure management requirement that holds many organizations from embracing the DevOps model, despite its promise of competitive advantage.