Why is it required?
Fast-paced development and quicker time-to-market are the two key factors deciding the success of any firm in today’s IT industry. With the expansion of development and operations teams it becomes difficult to maintain cultural balance and communication between software development and operations team. There has always been an imbalance in pushing new features and code to production as fast as possible and keeping services and systems running as safe as possible at the same time.
The goal of every IT organization is faster development of new products and easier maintenance of existing deployments. Intertwining both the development and operations teams can often lead to an increase in the organization’s ability to deliver applications and service at high velocity and improve products at a faster pace.
Multiple Development and Operations Teams
Slower Mitigation of Defects and Human Error
Improper Resource Management
Longer Development Cycles
DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that allows Dev and Ops to teams work together in the most harmonious way. DevOps is an amalgamation of development (Dev) and operations (Ops) teams which enables faster development of applications and easier maintenance of existing deployments. By enabling organizations to create stronger bonds between Dev, Ops and other stakeholders in the company, DevOps promotes shorter, more controllable iterations through the adoption of best practices, automation and new tools.
It is not a technology but a set of processes that allows teams to fully automate the process for faster software delivery. Version Control, Automation, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Infrastructure as Code, Release Management, Change Management, Automatic Resource Logging and Monitoring are some of the techniques and methodologies through which enterprises can create their own DevOps toolkit.
Improved Communication and Collaboration
Increased Efficiency and Reduced Costs
Faster Resolution of Problems
Shorter Deployment Cycles
Due to limited funds, complexity in implementation, lack of know-how, unrealistic goals, and lack of clarity open becomes an obstacle in implementing DevOps in an organization. But, at Ingways we follow a step-by-step strategic approach to design your DevOps process which would speed up your software development and delivery time.
Reduce costs and improve productivity and predictability by standardizing Dev and Ops toolchains
Just as the Cloud Services market is growing at a rapid pace, so too is the importance of DevOps. Whether in energy, healthcare, or higher education, your company will need to develop DevOps expertise. Schedule a consultation with us and know more about how we can transform your IT service delivery rate and increase your profits.