DevOps Consulting

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What is Devops as Service?

Devops, simply put, means adopting an operational methodology that takes the best of both the worlds – IT Operations and Software Development and makes them work at tandem with each other.

For an organization to offer smooth, seamless software product services, it is absolutely quintessential that both these aspects speak to each other. It is for this very reason that Devops services are adopted by all the leading as well as budding businesses across the globe.

How it all Started?

Patrick Debois, in 2007, felt that there had to be a seamless integration of Dev and Ops.

He was further inspired by a conference on the same hosted by John Allspaw and Paul Hammond and decided to start his own in Belgium which gathered humungous attention by like-minded people.

The concept gained momentum in the years to come and is today, adopted by major IT giants across the world.

Why Should You Choose Us?

DevOps as service is an emerging methodology in the world of software providers, also because it beautifully combines human expertise with the automation benefit of a software system.
We are strong believers in the power of technical acumen that can make or break a system; it is single-handedly responsible to change the direction of a project since system only implements what a great technical mind feeds it.
We are proud to be equipped with some of the best minds who specialize in Devops as a service. Our Devops consulting services guide you to choose the best Devops tools, help train your team members on the best practices of Devops integration, and also provide continuous monitoring and assistance all through the process and even after it.

Benefits of Our Devops as Service

Devops Maturity Phases

Waterfall development

Earlier, several software development coders would write lines of code per their focus area and then all pieces of code would be merged to provide the desired final code. But, this often meant clashes between the codes and the rework would result in more wastage of time

Continuous Integration

Originated as part of the Agile Software development practice, Continuous Integration involves merging the new code into the existing one in a quick manner so as to prevent the unnecessary time spent while debugging the program. It was adopted by Devops to automate the integration process and involves code check and compiling it into executable code

Continuous Delivery

Considered to be an extension of continuous integration, this step involves automating and testing to merge the new code into existing code seamlessly. This ensures that the code is always ready to be deployed

Continuous Deployment

Devops is a “no-human-intervention” concept. In this step, code gets deployed directly into production and that requires no assistance from a human. Since, it is all automated, typically the code gets released to a test audience and only then gets released to a wider one post the code has been found to be ok.

Our DevOps Consulting Methodology

We are Implementing Devops Service is a simple yet robust process


  • Strategizing the desired output

     This is the first step of the process when we speak to the CIO, department managers, infrastructure, and system security administrators to gauge the issues to focus on

  • Designing the blueprint

    Next step is to containerize all relevant files, present a CI/CD solution, integrate it with current infrastructure, and design a detailed implementation procedure

  • Put it all in practice

    Now when the roadmap is clear, the solution is implemented and all the concerned individuals trained to use the new system. Test automation tools are also deployed per the configuration

  • Post Production

    We believe that our work just doesn’t stop after production and we continue to monitor as well as assist with all pre-implementation issues

DevOps is the 'thing' to turn to...

When you are faced with slow product delivery pipeline
When implementing a new infrastructure or a new bug fix takes longer than expected and causes more inconvenience than benefit
When you suspect a communication breakdown between operations and development teams
When there is a surge in customer dissatisfaction because of the slowness and inaccuracy of software