DevOps As A Service
Opsio’s DevOps as a Service team brings in a lot of experience and expertise into your business ensuring a smooth transition into the cloud. Our certified experts will provide businesses with a collaborative model for Managed DevOps Services. Our DevOps team will ensure all the requirements are met, while enabling automation through modern technology, microservices, containers to drive efficiency and innovate services that will catalyse the speed to market.
What is DevOps as a Service?
DevOps as a Service is a delivery model for a set of tools that facilitates collaboration between an organization’s software development team and the operations team. DevOps as a Service improves overall collaboration between an organization’s development team and the operations team.
Why are businesses adopting a DevOps culture?
Businesses are ready to adopt Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies to create automated and highly reliable end-to-end automated pipelines. The pandemic has shown that a comprehensive DevOps strategy is essential for any business that wants to be flexible, able to adapt to challenges and consistently build resilience without compromising on efficiency.
Businesses that incorporate DevOps practices get more done, plain, and simple. With a single team composed of cross-functional members all working in collaboration, DevOps organizations can deliver with
- Maximum speed
- And innovation
Here are some of the major benefits of embracing a solid DevOps strategy.
- Technical Benefits: continuous software delivery, less complex to manage, faster resolution of problems
- Cultural Benefits: Happier, more productive teams, higher employee engagement, greater professional development opportunities
- Business Benefits: Faster delivery of features, more stable operating environments, improved communication and collaboration, more time to innovate (rather than fix/maintain)
Here are some of Opsio’s expert DevOps services:
DevOps Maturity Assessment: DevOps isn’t a destination, it’s a journey towards a frequent and more reliable release pipeline, automation, and stronger collaboration between development, IT and business teams. This maturity model is designed to help you assess where your team is on their DevOps journey.
Design Thinking for Service Lifecycle: Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success.
Transformation Roadmap: This milestone on a DevOps transformation roadmap is where shared decision-making between stakeholders and developers begins. It’s also where teams make improvements to managed communication and collaboration between the development and operations teams.
Toolset and Process Standardization: Standardization techniques adopted in many large enterprises often include standardizing the toolset and processes used by software developers. To do this, companies create a centralized tools and processes, which tries to find the best solutions for the company and then implements and manages it for the teams.
CI/CD Pipeline Orchestration: A CI/CD pipeline is a series of orchestrated steps with the ability to take source code all the way into production. … Typically, CI/CD pipelines are orchestrated by CI/CD platforms that are purpose-built to manage the cross-discipline orchestration needed.
Service Oriented Architecture: Service Oriented Architecture is a strategic initiative to separate the services at Enterprise level, while Microservices are the kind of SOA where services are separated at application level. DevOps provides the process and tools to improve the delivery and integration on cloud.
Pipeline Optimization: Process to maximize the rendering speed, then allow stages that are not bottlenecks to consume as much time as the bottleneck.
DevOps Platform Support: The DevOps Platform is an integration of tools that is designed to provide the capability to perform continuous delivery.