Improving Collaboration through the Application Lifecycle
DevOps is the union of People, Process and Products to enable continuous delivery of value to end users.
Time to market of key applications, solutions or products is hampered by confusion between development and operations teams. The teams often work in silos and there is no proper handshake or handover between the two departments. Blame games are a norm. This usually hampers business agility and ability of businesses to capture key moments.
DevOps is all about collaboration between the development and operations team throughout the application lifecycle starting with planning, development, testing, roll out and support. There are various tools and automated processes now available for DevOps implementation. Cloud has only helped accelerate the DevOps adoption. Companies, however, grapple with the implementation of DevOps processes and tools in their environment.
- Skill development etc.
- Definition and design
- Continuous Improvement
Improve experimentation and
Optimize resources and make
processes more resilient
Reduce the cost of developing
and deploying applications
Xencia DevOps Services
- Helping companies
adopt DevOps best
- Implementation of
Build & Release
- Deployment to Azure
and other cloud
- Deployment to
VMs/ Scale Sets/
- Integration of
with build pipelines
- Integration with
external code quality/
- Migration from GitHub/
GitLab/ BitBucket to
- Migration from Jenkins
and other CI/CD tools
to Azure pipeline
- Training on Azure
Application Lifecycle Challenges Checklist
- Are you able to keep track of development planning, requirements and progress effectively?
- Are you able to coordinate your development effort as a team ?
- Are you able to integrate the code contributions of each developer automatically into the master body of code effectively?
- Are you able to provide provision for code reviews ?
- Are you able to provide the latest code to QA teams with the least possible delay?
- Are you able to do automated code quality checks?
- Are you able to manage quick and error free release cycles?
- Are you able to store builds and libraries in a version-controlled manner?
- Are all your developers able to make use of the libraries?