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What is Cloud Transformation? 

It is an approach or methodology conceived in order to bridge the gap between development, operations & maintenance teams’ collaboration and communication. It is an engineering process that aims to combine different strengths to accelerate software delivery and easing the cross-stage transitions that occur throughout the software life cycle. DevOps is more of a cultural change coupled with automation techniques, helping organizations to automate and ease the process of deployment, environment setup, configuration, monitoring, and testing. This ultimately saves a huge amount of time, energy and money for businesses, providing them an opportunity to drive innovation and stay ahead of technology disruptions.

Here are key practices in the DevOps approach:

  • Continuous integration & deployment

  • Continuous testing

  • Infrastructure as a code

  • Configuration management

  • Continuous monitoring

Continuous integration & deployment

Continuous integration and deployment is a software development practice where code changes are automatically built, tested, and prepared for a release to production. Continuous deployment is coming next to continuous integration by deploying all code changes to a testing environment and/or a pre-production environment after the build and test stages. When the continuous deployment is implemented properly, developers will always have a production-ready build artifact that has passed through a standardized test process.

Continuous testing

 

Continuous testing practice ensures that each of your code change (each merged commit or pull request) meets existing coding standards and performs as designed, integrates appropriately with other components within the application and with other 3rd party systems. All tests assumed to be run after each code update to check errors at all levels.

Infrastructure as a code

Infrastructure as a code practice weaves your infrastructure into code to help you manage the scale and speed your environments need to be provisioned and configured with, thus, enabling continuous delivery.

Configuration management


Configuration management practice insists on the use of the code to automate the operating system and host configuration, operational tasks, and more. The use of codes makes configuration changes repeatable and standardized, which makes the entire stable and predictable to any unforeseen problems. It frees the developers and systems administrators from manually configuring operating systems, system applications, or server software from time to time.

 

Continuous monitoring


Continuous monitoring practice comes to help your collect metrics about your software such as logs output, server & services health, development milestones, vulnerabilities, deployments, user activity, etc.

In recent years, software delivery has made a big step forward from the fragmented approach with development, testing and operations were performed by different teams, has gone into the past. 

Don't let the time throw you out of the game, contact us and will help you to keep up with the modern approach! 

Our Expertise

Cloud Platforms and Configuration

Cloud Platforms:

Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure

Infrastructure & Configuration:

Terraform, AWS CloudFormation; Ansible, Puppet, Chef Languages: Python, Groovy, Bash

Containerezation & Orchestration

Docker, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, AWS ECS Languages: Python, Groovy, Bash

Continuous Integration/Delivery

Languages:

Python, Groovy, Bash

 

Build Tools:

Maven, Gradle, MSBuild, Nuget, Gulp/Grunt, Webpack CI/CD Tools: Jenkins, Bamboo, GitLab Code

 

Quality:

SonarQube Repository/Artifactory: JFrog, Nexus, Npm, Nuget

Monitoring,Alerting and Logging

Monitoring:

ELK Stack, Zabbix, Grafana, Kibana, AWS CloudWatch

 

Logging:

Graylog, Logstash, Prometheus