DevOps and CI/CD optimization

DevOps and CI/CD optimization

DevOps and CI/CD optimization
Understanding DevOps culture and CI/CD

The DevOps culture and more particularly the CI/CD approach aims to secure and boost the integration of new developments.

Coordinated actions are put in place to allow iterative deliveries of new versions of the solution. From the Developers’ (Dev) side, the code is developed in sequence without altering the previously developed and tested functions.
Unit and non-regression tests are also done continuously and automatically, under the supervision and approval of operational teams (Ops IT). This is called Continuous Integration and Deployment.

Setting up a DevOps environment can initially require additional workload, but undeniably brings value to CIOs: deploy faster, respond effectively, automate what works, secure intelligently and establish a new collaborative dynamic.

The DevOps culture is introducing a new way of approaching application development and production lifecycle for CIOs.

Our service offerings around DevOps
  • Development strategy.
  • DevOps architecture optimized for continuous integration and deployment : CI/CD.
  • Configuration management.
  • Cloud and Infrastructure as Code.
  • Agile development methodology.
  • Monitoring / Logging.
  • Integration with Cloud solutions:
Friendly DevOps tools for a CI/CD approach

In order to adopt a CI/CD approach, the market offers various tools:

  • For containerization : Docker and Containerd
  • For scalability : Kubernetes, OpenShift
  • For continuous integration and deployment : Gitlab, Circle CI, Jenkins, Azure App Service, AWS CodeDeploy
The advantages of a CI/CD approach
  • Reliability: Ensure that new developments do not cause anomalies or regression, thanks to automated testing.
  • Speed: Improve deployment time through continuous delivery.
  • Organization and collaboration: better communication leading to improved productivity and agility.
  • Automation: fewer constraints on deployment and production.
  • Architecture: compatible with the micro-services architecture that requires a higher frequency of deployments.
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