DevOps

DevOps is a clipped compound of development operations
According to the DevOps culture, a single group of Engineers (developers, system admins and testers turned into DevOps Engineers) has end to end responsibility of the Application (Software) right from gathering the requirement to development, to testing, to infrastructure deployment, to application deployment and finally monitoring and gathering feedback from the end users, then again implementing the changes.
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Areas of expertise:

IT & Telecommunications 90%
Industrial Automation 90%
DevOps 70%
Cloud Computing 65%

What we provide

DevOps Solutions

Understanding the needs and challenges of a clients across operations and development, and partners to formulate solutions that support their business and technical strategies and goals.

 

Industrial DevOps

include applying DevOps and effectively leverage continuous delivery to Significant Cyber-Physical Systems.

Clarification of the goals of DevOps is necessary to understand what they do

Continuous Development Continuous Integration Continuous Testing Continuous Monitoring Virtualization and Containerization

 

Noble Partners develop solutions encompassing technologies and processes for Continuous Delivery, Infrastructure strategy and operations (including cloud), deep understanding of Networking and Security (fair understanding of application and infrastructure security), acceptance tests, operating and maintenance manuals and on-site installation checks.

Our team not only recommend and implement solutions, we ensure delivery of exceptional technical solutions. Maintain strong expertise and knowledge of current and emerging processes, techniques and tools.We build the DevOps practice within ThoughtWorks and drive our thought-leadership externally.

 

 

Applying the theory and practice of learnings from DevOps has the potential to dramatically improve the development of complex cyber-physical systems.

Implementing practices such as organizing around value, utilizing multiple planning horizons,basing system decisions on objective evidence, reducing batch size, architecting for modularity and scale, itegrating rapidly for fast feedback, applying cadence and synchronization, “continu-ishly” integrating the entire system, and applying test-driven development methods are keys to succeeding in this endeavor.

The customers that solve this problem first will increase transparency, reduce cycle time, increase value for money, and innovate faster. Simply, they will build better systems faster, and they will become the ultimate economic and value delivery winners in the marketplace.

 

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