DevOps is a set of tools and practices that enable collaboration and communication across all stakeholders in order to automate the process of software delivery and maintenance. DevOps establishes a culture and environment where building, testing, and releasing software can happen rapidly, frequently, and more reliably.
Imarishwa’s DevOps solution accelerates the software delivery process by providing a comprehensive Continuous Delivery environment. It leverages your existing ALM tool investments, uses industry best practices and provides real-time dashboards. It offers a self-service mechanism for Dev – Test provisioning either in cloud or hybrid environment.
Benefits of DevOps
Improve Speed and Quality of Software
Our DevOps team will help you move at high velocity so you can innovate faster for your customers, adapt to changing markets better, and grow more efficient at driving business results and quality applications.
For example, continuous delivery will let your teams take ownership of services and then release updates to them quicker.
DevOps will ensure the quality of application updates and infrastructure changes so you can reliably deliver at a more rapid pace while maintaining a positive experience for end users.
We will guide on practices like continuous integration and continuous delivery to test that each change is functional and safe. Monitoring and logging will help you stay informed of performance in real-time.
We will help you build more effective teams under a DevOps cultural model, which emphasizes values such as ownership and accountability. Your developers and operations teams will collaborate closely, share many responsibilities, and combine their workflows.
This reduces inefficiencies and saves time (e.g. reduced handover periods between developers and operations, writing code that takes into account the environment in which it is run).
Move quickly while retaining control and preserving compliance. You can adopt a DevOps model without sacrificing security by using automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls, and configuration management techniques.
For example, using infrastructure as code and policy as a code, you can define and then track compliance at scale.