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Do you want significantly shorter time-to-market, improved customer satisfaction, better product quality, more reliable releases, improved productivity and efficiency, and the increased ability to build the right product by fast experimentation?

Yeah we thought you would. Adopting Agile software development practices gets you some of the way, but if you want the opportunity to experience the full range of benefits then look to develop a DevOps mindset within your organization.

What is DevOps?

DevOps is probably best defined as an ideology, a culture of collaboration which aims to establish an environment where building, testing, and releasing software can happen rapidly, frequently, and more reliably.

It emphasizes the collaboration and communication of software developers, quality assurance (testing) and operations  while automating the process of infrastructure changes and software delivery.

DevOps encompasses the whole of the software development and delivery process:

  • Code – Code development and review, continuous integration tools
  • Build – Version control tools, code merging, build status
  • Test – Test and results determine performance
  • Package – Artifact repository, application pre-deployment staging
  • Release – Change management, release approvals, release automation
  • Configure – Infrastructure configuration and management, Infrastructure as Code tools
  • Monitor – Applications performance monitoring, end user experience

DevOps is more than just a tool or a process change; it inherently requires an organizational culture shift. This cultural change can be especially difficult because of the conflicting nature of departmental roles. Operations seeks organizational stability; developers seek change; and testers seek risk reduction. So getting these groups to work cohesively is a critical challenge in DevOps adoption and this is where we fit in.

Experience in leading Enterprise level DevOps initiatives and multiple DevOps teams we can guide you though the challenges of DevOps adoption.

Call us today to discover how.

DEVOPS

devops icon

Do you want significantly shorter time-to-market, improved customer satisfaction, better product quality, more reliable releases, improved productivity and efficiency, and the increased ability to build the right product by fast experimentation?

Yeah we thought you would. Adopting Agile software development practices gets you some of the way, but if you want the opportunity to experience the full range of benefits then look to develop a DevOps mindset within your organization.

What is DevOps?

DevOps is probably best defined as an ideology, a culture of collaboration which aims to establish an environment where building, testing, and releasing software can happen rapidly, frequently, and more reliably.

It emphasizes the collaboration and communication of software developers, quality assurance (testing) and operations  while automating the process of infrastructure changes and software delivery.

DevOps encompasses the whole of the software development and delivery process:

  • Code – Code development and review, continuous integration tools
  • Build – Version control tools, code merging, build status
  • Test – Test and results determine performance
  • Package – Artifact repository, application pre-deployment staging
  • Release – Change management, release approvals, release automation
  • Configure – Infrastructure configuration and management, Infrastructure as Code tools
  • Monitor – Applications performance monitoring, end user experience

DevOps is more than just a tool or a process change; it inherently requires an organizational culture shift. This cultural change can be especially difficult because of the conflicting nature of departmental roles. Operations seeks organizational stability; developers seek change; and testers seek risk reduction. So getting these groups to work cohesively is a critical challenge in DevOps adoption and this is where we fit in.

Experience in leading Enterprise level DevOps initiatives and multiple DevOps teams we can guide you though the challenges of DevOps adoption.

Call us today to discover how.