One of the areas which causes everything to fall off are changes required in infrastructure.They are not automatically conveyed back to the lower environments. This causes massive developer frustration and companies/SRE orgs to miss their availability and reliability SLAs. The need to treat infrastructure just like features in your code is all the more needed in this day and age of pushing changes out faster. We take an "infrastructure as code" approach to everything that is required in our infrastructure world. The changes to the same are tested just like any feature in the code through a full fledged CICD pipeline.
Planning and assessing cloud adoption, migration, and optimization requires a deep understanding of your current system—how it works, why, and how to make it better. Our cloud experts provide a clear process to lift and shift, re-platform or re-architecture operations without sacrificing time or cost.
Our DevOps services foster seamless collaboration between development and operations teams, driving swifter and more streamlined software development and delivery. By integrating security practices into the DevOps workflow, we help organizations strike the right balance between agility and security. This ensures rapid application development, testing, and deployment, all while upholding a resilient and secure infrastructure.
In this scenario, organizations move their existing applications and data from on-premises servers to the cloud without making significant changes to the application architecture. It involves re-hosting existing virtual machines (VMs) in the cloud. While this approach is relatively quick, it may not fully leverage the cloud's capabilities.
Organizations make slight modifications to their applications to optimize them for the cloud. This may involve migrating databases to cloud-managed services, such as AWS RDS or Azure SQL Database. The application remains largely intact, but it benefits from cloud-native services and efficiencies.
In this scenario, organizations redesign and redevelop applications to take full advantage of cloud-native features and services. This often involves breaking down monolithic applications into microservices, using serverless computing, and utilizing cloud-native databases. While this approach offers the greatest scalability and flexibility, it's also the most time-consuming and resource-intensive.
Organizations maintain a combination of on-premises and cloud-based resources. Hybrid cloud allows for flexibility and continuity, especially for applications that cannot be fully moved to the cloud for regulatory or data privacy reasons.