A team you didn’t
know you need.

Let’s start with the definition of the DevOps. It’s two groups (development team and IT operations team) brought together to speed the delivery and lift the quality of the software by automating and integrating efforts.

But in a “real world”, best practices extend beyond development or operations and incorporate inputs from IT architecture, engineering, security, risk-management and user experience into the software development cycle. And at the end of the day, DevOps is here to meet the increasing demand for innovative features and uninterrupted performance of the software product.

DevOps culture in GOD is also about the shared understanding and responsibility for the built software between developers and operations. We enhance business value by creating an interdependent team that aims to provide services and products that meet consumer needs. Our DevOps team members come together to research customer needs and then devices products – in that way our teams are free to conduct experiments and invent new services all the time.
GOD’s way
The DevOps cycle is a continuous process that aims for excellence and we operate on three main principles: continuous integration and delivery, continuous testing and, finally, continuous deployment and monitoring.

In the first stage of the software cycle the application is thoroughly discussed to understand the essence and vision of it. Once the concept of the application is clear, the development of the source code starts. With continuous integration and delivery, GOD DevOps accelerate the delivery of software. It means that software now can come in a matter of days and not weeks and can result in hundreds and thousands of releases per day.

Continuous testing works as a safety net that effectively keeps the reproducible bugs from emerging to the end users. For continuous testing, computerization testing tools like Selenium, TestNG, Junit, etc. are practiced. It ensures the security, quality and stability of the process by automating the building and testing of the apps infrastructure and progressively improves fitness by providing feedback. And when deployed to the end user, it’s still continuously improved by providing feedback to the pipeline.

In the deployment and monitoring phase the code is deployed to the servers and it is essential to make sure that the code is correctly used across all available servers. The new code is deployed continuously and configuration management tools play an essential role in executing the task frequently and quickly.

Based on the consumer feedback, performance and errors, the software environment is monitored constantly. It helps to track, identify and understand real time metrics and resolve performance issues in real-time. And by finding the potential bottlenecks in the pipeline, disruptions impacting the performance of the software are removed.

The final stage is monitoring the software environment based on customer feedback, performance and errors.

We monitor for potential bottlenecks in pipelines which cause disruption in or impacting the productivity of the development operations team.

All these three seamless cycles are crucial to the effective and quick business process. Companies that have incorporate GOD DevOps into their practices got more done. Just with a single team composed of cross-functional members all working in collaboration. Plain and simple.
As you can see from the examples here:
We offer
Faster deployment times for the software
Dedicated team responsible for effective and secure maintenance throughout the whole software cycle
Continuous software performance even with new features being implemented

Pavel Rechetniak

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