Are you seeking ways to speed up and streamline your software development processes?

Or improve communication between your development and operations teams?

Consider deploying DevOps best practices to blend tasks performed by your application development and operations teams, and achieve better communication, more efficient application performance and management, satisfied customers / end users, and profit!

As more operations become programmable today and you may have a need to refactor your application before migrating it to the Cloud, your highest-priority task is to eliminate a gap in communication between your Dev and Ops.

Traditionally, a software development team is in charge of gathering technical and business requirements to enable coding of a software product. Dev Team normally designs, programs and tests software in an isolated development environment and releases the code to operations team for use if all of the project requirements are met.

The operations team deploys the program and maintains and supports it from that point on. However, this paradigm has proven to be very ineffective and usually results in blame shifting and overheads if something goes wrong in the post-release stage.

That’s pretty logical as two teams can’t be on the same page when they work separately from each other. Dev teams may simply be unaware of operational roablocks that prevent software from working as expected.

To help you bridge the gap between your Dev and Ops, Intersog is able to provide DevOps specialists, i.e. professionals skilled to work as both a developer and a systems engineer that will act as moderators between the two teams and function as SCRUM Masters to help your software engineering and operations teams keep your application lifecycle management (ALM) top of mind.

What’s in it for you in using DevOps resources provided by Intersog?

01 Extend your business continuity by successfully migrating your application to the Cloud
02 Convert your slow, manual and process-laden delivery model into continuous delivery model by going all the way through the process from product coding to production
09 Save costs and eliminate overheads at post-production by delivering a high quality and error-free application
06 Integrate Six Sigma philosophy into your processes: set extremely high objectives, take advantage of your Big Data and predictive analytics and reduce defects in your software product
03 Get access to DevOps best practices, expertise and most innovative configuration management tools like Puppet and Chef, indexing tools like Splunk, project tracking tools like Atlassian Jira, tools that help monitor code changes and their effects on the whole software development environment (e.g., Nagios), and scripting languages such as Perl, JavaScript and PHP
04 Focus on your business goals and objectives instead of existing processes and tooling
05 Enable rapid cycle times and weekly or daily code releases in order to remove process bottlenecks and get more output for a certain level of input while continuously improving quality
08 Stay ahead of the curve with our Agile methodology that’s a great fit with DevOps
07 Attract and retain the best IT talent to work for you! DevOps is no longer just a buzzword, but a practice that’s here to stay for a long time, so if you still look like a fuddy-duddy to software developers and especially millennials, you won’t have a chance to get them on board!