When your application is running on the cloud or your development team is developing an application to run in a cloud environment, it is imperative to adopt a DevOps culture so that your application is developed, tested and deployed on the cloud in an automated fashion.Reliable as a DevOps service provider helps you to sync, scale and streamline your business.
DevOps (“software DEVelopment” and “IT OPerationS”) is a term used to refer to a set of practices that emphasize the collaboration and communication of both software developers and information technology (IT) professionals. This results in an automated process of software delivery and infrastructure changes allowing for a culture and environment where building, testing, and releasing software can happen more reliably, frequently and rapidly.
(Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment)
Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (or Delivery) is the core of DevOps culture. We at Govin Tech have mastered all of the open source software as well as enterprise software such as Open Source Jenkins and Cloud Bees Jenkins on AWS or any other cloud environment, Team Foundation Services (TFS) or Visual Studio Team Server (VSTS) on Azure Cloud Environment, GitHub, Bit Bucket and other products from Atlasian.
We have mastered the art of continuous deployment of a monolithic full application to a VM as well as microservices deployed on a Docker container.
We have collaborated with OEMs like Microsoft, Docker and other OEMs so that we can deliver the best of breed solution centered on your needs.
Continuous Delivery vs Deployment
Keys to Continuous Delivery
- Process should be automated
- Reduces the number of features introduced per release, minimizing shock to users
- Will reduce the standard release cycle
- Helps to avoid off-hour, high risk, expensive deployments
- Know your rollback plan (do you rollback or roll forward only)
- Built in health checks
- Changes approach to releasing software from an event to non-event