Devops/Cloud

DevOps/Cloud

It is much more than a simple implementation of agile principles to control the infrastructure. It’s a culture change. Software no longer merely supports a business; rather it becomes an integral component of every part of a business. Together, DevOps and cloud computing are a powerhouse for digital transformation

The cloud is something of a technological game-changer

Adopting a proper DevOps model can have a fundamental impact on the success of your migration to the cloud. Be it migrating from an on-premises application to a cloud-based service or switching between different cloud platforms. DevOps team has to ensure the transitions go without any data loss and with minimum downtime.

The cloud is something of a technological game-changer
Implementation Strategy
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Step #1:
Validate

First things first, your organization needs to come up with a starting point of where you are currently, your vision and goals. Identify foundational and critical success factors. Then, creating a roadmap is simple step ahead.

Cloud Storage

Step #2:
Development

Team working in the alignment with each other, allows preparing and delivering new software pieces to production faster and with a decreased number of bugs missed.

Tools

Step #3:
Testing and support

The excellence of the end-result is provided through rigorous testing. Within the DevOps approach, the rate of test automation increases while the number of post-release errors declines. Full support for products, with signed SLAs and immediate response times, is also available if needed.

A range of skills not limited to a single function

From design through the development process to production support, DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers participating together in the entire service lifecycle. This kind of model enables you to move at high velocity, increase the frequency and pace of releases, ensure the quality of application updates and infrastructure changes and move quickly while retaining control and preserving compliance.

A range of skills not limited to a single function

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