DEVOPS AND CLOUDOPS AUTOMATION

According to Gartner, organizations around the world are increasingly adopting the DevOps culture and by the end of 2016, already 25 percent of top global 2000 organizations have adopted DevOps as a mainstream strategy. Have you embraced DevOps already?

Our end-to-end DevOps and CloudOps engagement lifecycle includes

Analyze your current IT landscape and team readiness for Dev/CloudOps

Architect a solid strategy for gradual shift

Setup and configure the needed software and infrastructure

Deploy solid Ops processes in place and optimize old systems

Continuously work with your team for Ops mentality adoption

You can contact us for a full service or focus on any of these Ops activities

DevOps, leveraging continuous integration, delivery, build and deployment
  • Centralized code server and repositories

  • Continuous source code update and merge by all developers

  • Automated failures' notification

  • End-to-end automated deployment across all environments

  • Automated testing - execution of unit, integration and performance test and scripts.

  • Automated configuration management

  • Automated installation of services on servers

  • Fast replication through environments

Cloud Operations Management – empowering DevOps for the cloud
  • Auto Scale support integrated in the process

  • Product as a Service and SaaS – complete IT landscape setup

  • Leverage dockers and containers

  • Automated cloud and operations monitoring

  • Centralized logging

These are only a fraction of the benefits from DevOps and CloudOps

  • Optimize IT operations cost

  • Boost quality code delivery

  • Achieve zero downtime deployment

  • Increase the deployment frequency

  • Lower failure rate of new releases

  • Shorten lead time between fixes

  • Faster mean time to recovery in the event of a new release crashing

Tools expertise:

Jenkins, Bamboo, Teamcity, CruiseControl, Team Foundation Server, Nagios, ELK, Elasticsearch, Logstash, Docker, Ansible, Git (GitHub), PagerDuty, Splunk, RabbitMQ, Apache ActiveMQ, Visual Studio IDE, Memcached, MySQL, Gradle, Apache Maven, Redis, Jira, Apache Ant, IBM UrbanCode Deploy, IBM UrbanCode Build, Zabbix, TFS, Amazon Web Services, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, OpenStack, OpenShift

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