Cloud and DevOpS for Businesses
Companies are adopting cloud and devops solutions at exponential rates. Without understanding the principles of virtualization, Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment and Agile project management, your company may end up with incongruous tools and processes. This may require a total reconfiguration at significant cost and business interruptions.
Consult with The ITEM for the methodical adoption of cloud best practices starting with:
Overall cloud adoption and architecture strategy;
Creation of testing environments;
Enterprise wide Deployment .
Our personnel has deep experience in the most recent cloud and devops technologies, leading projects at major corporations and deploying production level solutions to 10,000s of servers.
Call us today at 215.206.6422 or email us at email@example.com for cloud needs.
If your company has recently purchased a cloud platform, it is likely your tech staff may need training in order to quicken the adoption and efficacy of its use. We can assist with training the following areas:
DevOps (SDLC) Tools
We provide a variety of options including online training seminars including one day seminars for management or weekend seminars for your tech staff. Of course, we can customized to your company’s needs . Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SDLC + Testing
Once your staff is trained, the best software development life cycle (SDLC) practices demand rigorous guardrails. Companies should protect production servers and their data from potentially irreversible changes to a mission-critical system.
A well constructed sandbox environment allows your developers to merge changes into the central repository only after being checked out and fully tested. Detecting and fixing quality issues as early in the software development life cycle as possible increases efficiency and reduces costs.
The ITEM has experienced personnel to set up and manage the development of your SDLC processes until your staff has the requisite experience to avoid damaging errors. Contact us today at email@example.com for more information.
After your team sets up the infrastructure, develops the software, and tests it in the sandbox environment, the next logical step is to push code into production.
Considering the significance and impact of this final step - where the software goes live, either within the enterprise or to the enterprise’s clientele - it makes sense to have a sure hand advising your team.
Our team has cumulative experience in setting the entire cycle of training, project management, SDLC, quality assurance, and pushing out code into production for large enterprises.
Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.