In this ever-changing world of technology, we can deliver continuously evolving software at pace using the DevOps methodology.
DevOps is a software development methodology that combines software development (Dev)
Benefits of DevOps
How It Works
How it works
Our DevOps services span the life cycle of the software and can be used for anything from customer-facing systems, to large-scale enterprise systems.
Continuous integration is a DevOps practice where developers regularly merge their code changes into a central repository, after which automated builds and tests are run.
Continuous integration most often refers to the build or integration stage of the software release process and entails both an automation component and a cultural component (e.g. learning to integrate frequently). The key goals of continuous integration are to find and address bugs quicker, improve software quality, and reduce the time it takes to validate and release new software updates.
One key practice of DevOps is to perform small, but frequent, updates to the software. Updates are usually smaller and more incremental in nature than the larger, less frequent upgrades performed under traditional release practices. Frequent but small updates help to address bugs faster because teams can identify the last deployment that caused the error.