DevOps is a culture that promotes better working relationship in the company and improves IT service delivery agility.



DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support in an Automated way

Leverage our DevOps culture and practices to reap the benefits of Continuous Collaboration and Delivery.

We ensure our clients agile delivery through DevOps Approach: 7Cs of DevOps Longer Release Cycles. Continuous Development, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployments, Continuous Testing, Continuous Feedback, Continuous Planning, Continuous Delivery and Monitoring

Why DevOps?

It’s an approach based on agile and lean principles in which business owners, development, operations and quality engineering team collaborate to deliver software in a continuous stable manner.

By adhering to DevOps concepts we help companies counter these problems by way of greater collaboration between teams and proactive management of issues.

Key stanchions of DevOps Considered


Microservices, is an organizational approach for designing systems architecture, to deconstruct services as suites of independently deployable services into tiny, autonomous components, that can communicate two ways to exchange state-data, as the entities of an equivalent monolith would do, often done across networks, via message queues or RESTful APIs.

Build for failure:

Interactions between individual services even in an orderly distributed system can be disrupted with unpredictable outcomes resulting in confused production environments and it’s in our interest of things to identify these inherent weaknesses before they manifest as strange behaviors affecting the whole systems like

  • Improper fall-back settings
  • Outages due to enormous traffic
  • Retry storms
  • Synchronized failures from a single –point crash

Our method to counter-effect this inexplicable, sudden onslaughts that will adversely affect customers production is Chaos Engineering. This can be understood as the discipline of experimenting on a distributed system in order to build confidence in the system’s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production. Our Services will be able to survive this constant tampering by design.

Deployment Automation:

DevOps and agile methods are helpful in shortening application release cycles so businesses can achieve improved deployment frequency with lower failure rates by the process of automating the build and deploy process with end-to-end workflows that enable better collaboration and quicker application release cycles.