Although DevOps is often associated with industry software tools and platforms, its core principles focus on cultural transformation of development and operation teams.
Process and Program Goals
DevOps principles focus on process and program goals. It’s process goals is to focus is on how the members of a team function, interact, and can be most successful. While its program goals ensure that all lifecycle teams from design through administration are considered at each stage of the process.
The ability to adapt or scale quickly to embrace new technologies and services.
Emphasizing automation of all processes across the life cycle from code builds to operational monitoring, driving better agility and collaboration.
Effective, organization-wide communication is the foundation to implementing these values.
By collecting metrics and building continuous feedback loops, DevOps lets organizations constantly assess their performance and continuously improve.
DevOps encourages technicians to participate in all steps of software delivery, from writing and deploying code to monitoring applications in production.
Breaking down organizational “silos” existing between all stakeholders.
We Foster Success!
DevOps success is to foster a culture of collaboration, communication, and automation, while adopting a CI/CD approach and Agile methodology. By doing so, teams can deliver high-quality software faster and more efficiently, while continuously improving processes and outcomes. To achieve DevOps success, teams must embrace a DevOps culture, which values collaboration, communication, and continuous improvement. This includes breaking down silos between teams, encouraging experimentation, and empowering team members to take ownership of the entire software development and delivery process.
Precision Solutions implements these principles to deliver the following class of services:
Enterprise System and Software Services
Enterprise Managed Services