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Why Your Business need DevOps?

Top 3 Business Reasons

What is version control?
We use version control
Version control workflows
Trunk-based development
Reason One
Give all your projects a single source of truth

Bookkeeping allows you to track all change in your cash flow and without that, you could not manage your business. Version Control is what developers use to track all change inside their code and is an essential tool to manage software projects.

Version Control is a widespread practice and the biggest red flag we know - if your developers are not using it. Software development is complex and all change to your code have to be tracked. Version Control gives you the power to see all code contributions from your developers, roll-back code to a previous version and protect your software from irreversible mistakes and sabotage.

We deploy by hand
We use checklists for production deployment
Automated delivery pipelines
Continuous delivery
Reason Two
Improve productivity with delivery pipelines

One of our most successful projects has been to create delivery pipelines for ABA Bank. Imagine a car factory. Raw material goes into the factory and finished cars come out on the other end. In between, you have many stages and a pipeline that connect them all.

In software, a delivery pipeline automates the whole process of deployment to production. A developer pushes new code, this code is automatically tested, analyzed with static analysis tools, and pushed ready to be tested by your QA team. QA approves and with a single click they can push to production.

Automating all steps from code commit to production deployment increase your teams' productivity, give you oversight for what features have been deployed and simplifies your onboarding process for new hires.

What is monitoring?
Automated server monitoring
Automated monitoring across the infrastructure
DevOps command center
Reason Three
Real-time monitoring of infrastructure and code

Monitoring is all about catching errors before your users do. Too many software companies fly blind hoping that customers will call them or send them an email if there are any problems.

Real-time monitoring gives you the ability to address issues before they impact your customers. Getting notifications whenever there is a problem inside your servers simplifies your support.

Monitoring your infrastructure and applications helps you to lower your support costs, give better service to your customers and you can recover faster from any problems that may arise.

Fundamentals Matter

Implements version control, delivery pipelines and monitoring and expect to double or triple your teams productivity.

See our process below and remember that we analyze your company, delivery you a solution and most importantly train your staff.

DevOps Services
Our Process for New Clients
Step 1
Interview two key decision makers

Who attend meeting

Our CEO and our chief strategy officer ask to meet your top representative in your software department and business representative that oversees your software department.


  • Your software history and team
  • Your biggest business challenges
  • High-level infrastructure overview
  • Expected growth and future vision


At your office where your software team work


To make our recommendations, outline a possible pilot project, and give ROI estimates.

Step 2
Our recommendations and initial proposal

We will send you a summary of our meeting with our recommendations about where to go next. We will make an initial proposal for a 1-3 month pilot project that will bring you the most ROI.

When the initial pilot project have been accepted
Step 3
Interview key staff involved in pilot project

We will interview key staff members that our pilot project effects. We want to know their pain points and understand how the pilot project will impact their work.

It will also help us to see where gaps in knowledge exist and create a tailored training program for your staff.

Step 4
Scope the pilot project

The first pilot project is designed to be fast to implement and showcase the value of DevOps to all stakeholders.

We will together work out an outline and goals for the pilot project. And when the project starts we will work in two weeks intervals (sprints), where we plan what should be done, what we need, and what is the expected results after two weeks of work. This is repeated until the whole project is finished.

Step 5
Final presentation and contract signing

We will make a final presentation for your management team. We will outline what challenges your software development team face, describe the pilot project and present our expected results after the project.

After we will sign the contract and start working together.

When the contract have been signed
Step 6
Implement the pilot project and train key staff

Implementation depends on your organization. We work differently with a bank compared to a software company. Our preferences are to work tightly with your team because it lowers the training time and brings more value to your developers.

Step 7
Staff training and hand-off the pilot project

After the implementation, we will inform all stakeholders on what has happened and provide training and support a month after the project is complete. We will do training courses and do workshops depending on your needs.