A collaborative environment and flexible delivery within your cloud infrastructure are essential for enabling innovation and empowering your workforce. Ensuring your teams work together rather than siloed is all part of a successful DevOps model, and Rebura can help you achieve this with our DevOps services.
Benefits of DevOps
By adopting a Devops model, you will be able to innovate faster, adapt quickly to changing markets and drive efficiency.
Increase the frequency and speed of releases so you can innovate faster, helping you to build your competitive advantage.
By using continuous integration and continuous delivery to test changes are functional and safe, ensures the quality of application updates and infrastructure changes.
Automation and consistency help you manage complex or changing systems at scale efficiently with reduce risk.
Developer and operations teams collaborate closely, sharing responsibilities and combining workflows – this saves time and improves efficiency.
By using automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls and configuration management techniques means you can adopt a DevOps model without sacrificing security.
Rebura incorporates DevOps best practices including:
Continuous integration: Find and address bugs quicker, improve code quality and reduce time to market.
Continuous delivery: Builds on continuous integration by deploying all code changes to test and production environment once built.
Microservices: Built around business capabilities – each microservice is built for a single purpose.
Infrastructure as code:
Infrastructure can be quickly deployed or duplicated.
Monitoring and logging : Helps companies proactively monitor their services to understand performance impacts end-user experience.
Communication and collaboration: Allowing all parts of a company align to support and achieve their collective goal and objective.
Purchase Direct were residing on rented hardware in a private datacentre. Due to growth PD were outgrowing their current environment and regualry running into resource limitations. The architecture was also difficult to maintain, lacked resilience and any type of CI/CD Pipeline.
Titian were already using Terraform to deploy AWS infrastructure for their clients, however this is only for the initial bootstrapping of AWS environments. After the initial deployment their IT support team would update the infrastructure manually.