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DevOps and Automation

The movement of workloads to the cloud has generated new requirements for responsiveness and repeatability. Many IT departments have migrated to the cloud in the same manner that they ran IT on-premise for the past 20 years. In this new era of micro services, automated testing, and infrastructure as code, IT’s success depends on its ability to work with stakeholders and adapt to changing requirements while maintaining reliable and automated results. DevOps and Automation are key to meeting these new expectations, but their success depends on a different approach and a change in culture.

Those who transition to the DevOps model and collaborate to integrate development and IT operations can rapidly pull away from their competitors in today’s fast-paced market.

Benefits

  • Confidence due to repeatable, controlled deployment process.
  • Features released sooner due to shorter release cycles.
  • Less bugs thanks to the elimination of manual errors and configuration drift.
  • Get it right the first time and have a higher quality that’s based on increased test coverage.
DevOps and Extensible IT

DevOps and Extensible IT

Security – Security is the key to everything today. For security measures to be effective, a comprehensive and proven approach is needed. This puts you in a position to address security in a proactive manner, rather than always being caught taking reactionary measures or making decisions on fear. Logicalis brings security to the forefront of your DevOps projects by leveraging our mature security practice.

CloudLogicalis Hybrid Cloud Solutions are designed to organize and accelerate your cloud adoption initiatives strategically, enabling you to extract maximum value from your existing assets. Our certified experts know the best practices for hybrid cloud architectures and methodologies.

Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) By virtualizing networking, servers, and storage, SDDC shifts control of the data center from hardware devices to software automation. Our SDDC Practice can help you transition to an infrastructure environment controlled by intelligent software that understands your business and technology objectives.

Service Management Our approach to service management begins with assessment of your business objectives and policies and the maturity of your existing IT environment. We collaborate with you by using surveys, workshops, whiteboard sessions, and validation review meetings to design processes that follow best practices that are modified to work within your organization. Our service management practice helps you provide the stability that supports agility.