The DevOps approach emphasizes communication, cooperation and integration between developers and IT specialists. Its goal is to ensure rapid continuous implementation of products and services for you or your customers.
Higher availability and scalability of IT services
Fast integration of operating environments
Foundation for automation and efficient use of resources
How to start with DevOps
The term DevOps is a combination of two words – Dev = development and Ops = operations. It is a software development approach that emphasizes communication, cooperation and integration between developers and information technology experts. Its goal is to ensure rapid continuous implementation of products and services for you or your customers.
We will help your development teams build a comprehensive, flexible and efficient DevOps environment.
Automation greatly speeds up and simplifies development. For example, we implement the Atlassian Jira tool for task and error logging or the Jenkins technology, which is used for process automation and continuous integration.
We can adapt the infrastructure to a given application. For easier implementation, we use the Ansible tool.
Docker makes developing applications and their implementation in different environments easier. However, a poorly created Dockerfile or an improperly chosen image slows down and complicates the work. We can help you with containerization and its optimization.
The large number of containers in Docker is difficult to manage and use. We will help you set up the Kubernetes orchestration tool to make it easier for you to monitor, auto-scale, and work with containers.
We will help you set up a CI/CD pipeline for GitLab. These methods ensure seamless software integration, delivery and implementation, and allow you to detect errors and maintain set standards from the beginning of development.
Monitoring and subsequent data analysis help administrators select the appropriate infrastructure for a specific application. The broad capabilities of the Zabbix monitoring software also prevent security and operational issues.
DevOps is a solution for the mutual integration of software development and IT operations. The goal of DevOps is to help an organization quickly produce software applications and services, manage them, and innovate flexibly.
The DevOps methodology clearly describes the individual processes. The goal is to maximize the predictability, efficiency, security and sustainability of operational processes. Often with the help of automation.
DevOps integration focuses on product delivery, quality testing, product development, reliable reporting and event tracking, including the releases of patches and new versions to improve security and reliability, and speed up development and implementation cycles.
The foundation of flexibility for companies working with DevOps is releasing innovations in short cycles. This incremental development makes planning and risk management easier by eliminating complex changes. DevOps also has the advantage of system stability. Shortening the innovation cycle allows to adapt to the changing needs of the company, taking into account internal processes, customer needs or competitors’ activities.
Various problems can occur in the IT operation of a company. The DevOps approach is an effective prevention to many of them. The result of shared processes linked in system management by a code algorithm is a more stable environment that can be adapted more quickly and reliably to the needs of the company without worrying about the unexpected effects of changes.
DevOps is a system that facilitates cooperation among teams. Transparency and sharing of information and key data are essential. A typical example is cooperation between development and IT operations – they share known issues, priorities and processes within DevOps. This enables them to plan their work effectively and better achieve common goals.
DevOps configuration represents the management of the state of resources within a system, including servers, virtual machines, clouds and databases. Using the configuration management tools, you can release changes in a planned and systematic way. This reduces the risk of unpredictable interventions, collisions or deviations from the desired state.
System definitions and configurations used simultaneously with infrastructure as a code can be easily automated using DevOps and based on them, templates can be created. This makes it possible to work with complex systems across different teams even at the scale of really large projects or companies.