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DevOps as a Service
DevOps SaaS is our managed cloud service model based on our professional service. Volthread’s DevOps experts will help enterprises to deliver faster applications.
DevOps as a Service
DevOps SaaS is our managed cloud service model based on our professional service.Volthread’s DevOps experts will help enterprises to deliver faster applications.
DevOpsaaS: What is Volthread DevOps-as-a-Service?
A set of managed cloud-based tools, DevOpsaaS forms a pipeline for facilitating every component of DevOps that may include tools for unit testing, code tracking & review, automated deployment, bug/ issue tracking, and a monitoring system. Deployment cycles are automated across the software delivery infrastructure through the DaaS tools.

DevOps SaaS is our managed cloud service model based on our professional service. Volthread’s DevOps experts will help enterprises to deliver faster applications.

We reduce delivery cycle times with our CI/CD pipeline design model and increase agility.

How it works

Collaboration
Collaboration
You can easily collaborate with cloud-based DevOps as all the cloud tools are open to access for you from anywhere.
Simplification
Simplification
Data and information flow are made easier with DevOpsaaS. Each member of the team can pay attention to their specific tools without needing to know the working of the entire toolchain. For instance, while through source code management tools, software developers can run tests, an IT operations manager can make alterations through configuration management tools.
Speed
Speed
DevOpsaaS enables you with faster testing and deployment. Ideally, there is an increase in the release frequency when you use the cloud services. You are provided with more data storage and computing power.
Document
& Quality Control
Document & Quality Control
Since the use of cloud services usually makes everything data-driven, the same dataset can be used by the team. So, better quality control and documentation could be achieved.
Support
Support
Since experienced DevOps engineers manage this cloud infrastructure, you have no dearth of support just in case an issue arises with the deployment pipeline. Moreover, your in-house IT department can learn from them about the usage and maintenance of these tools.

Additional Resources

Configuration Management

Configuration management (CM) is a systems engineering process for establishing and maintaining consistency of a product’s performance, functional, and physical attributes with its requirements, design, and operational information throughout its life.

Continuous Integration

Continuous integration (CI) is the practice of automating the integration of code changes from multiple contributors into a single software project. It’s a primary DevOps best practice, allowing developers to frequently merge code changes into a central repository where builds and tests are then run.

Automated Testing

Automated testing is the application of software tools to automate a human-driven manual process of reviewing and validating a software product. Most modern agile and DevOps software projects now include automated testing from inception.

Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as code is the process of managing and provisioning computer data centers through machine-readable definition files, rather than physical hardware configuration or interactive configuration tools.

Continuous Delivery

Continuous delivery is a software engineering approach in which teams produce software in short cycles, ensuring that the software can be reliably released at any time and, when releasing the software, without doing so manually. It aims at building, testing, and releasing software with greater speed and frequency.

Continuous Deployment

Continuous deployment is a strategy for software releases wherein any code commit that passes the automated testing phase is automatically released into the production environment, making changes that are visible to the software’s users.

Continuous Monitoring

Continuous monitoring is the process and technology used to detect compliance and risk issues associated with an organization’s financial and operational environment. The financial and operational environment consists of people, processes, and systems working together to support efficient and effective operations.

Volthread Consultancy and Ultimate Result

  • Serverless Infrastructure and Adoption
  • Serverless Infrastructure Management

Why DevOps is needed and who needs it most?

 

As practice shows, developers benefit greatly from DevOps: It saves them time, helps ensure software quality, and helps improve the reliability of both infrastructure and solutions. Overall, this provides increased productivity and efficiency, especially in organizations running multiple on-demand deployments.

When DevOps is deployed, project stakeholders can monitor the real-time development of the service product, track its implementation and maintenance status, and better evaluate its quality. It can clear up any misunderstanding between teams when it comes to project management. In this way, teams can detect problems early and prevent problems from spreading throughout the organization and disrupting the workflow.

When it comes to identifying the types of businesses that benefit most from DevOps, the standard answer would be organizations that need releases very often. So why? Because DevOps facilitates continuous deployment and continuous delivery, especially in conjunction with the lean startup methodology.

Startups can also benefit from DevOps because DevOps will lower their costs and help speed up delivery, ensuring they have a quality product that allows them to get to market quickly and keep the pace of competition on hold.

However, for the most part, any business can benefit from adopting the DevOps orientation and philosophy. If we talk about the importance of DevOps in complex projects, the more components you need to integrate and the more models the system has, the more useful DevOps will be. For other projects, DevOps engineers can step in with just the right level of attention to detail to balance the focus between software development and delivery to stakeholders and end-users.