Accelerate your cloud operations and workloads by minimizing costs, increase the efficiency and speed up the release management cycle with our DevOps Services. Realize better throughput, resilient systems, and faster time to market. Dedicated teams from Qentelli provide DevOps Consulting Services that help your IT department accelerate the project at hand and adopt DevOps best practices in the process. Our DevOps Services help drive a culture of “Everything as Code”, creating harmony in cloud operations.
DevOps leverages collaboration, monitoring, tool-chain pipelines, automation and Cloud adoption. With our DevOps as a service offering, we ensure rapid on-boarding of applications by automating end-to-end delivery pipeline and facilitate continuous integration and development across leading cloud platforms.
We automate end-to-end delivery pipeline across cloud platforms for faster time to market, increased efficiency and reduced cost. Our DevOps solutions help organizations to align with the goals, rapidly and reliably, producing high-quality software-based products and services. Attain your business goals by developing applications at the pace of business with Qentelli's comprehensive DevOps services.
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Even as DevOps adoption continues to accelerate in both large enterprises and web-native organizations, confusion lingers about what exactly the term means. Is DevOps a culture, a movement, an approach, a philosophy, or some amalgam of several of these things? Or does DevOps mean different things to different people?
DevOps is a set of practices that works to automate and integrate the processes between software development and IT teams, so they can build, test, and release software faster and more reliably. The term DevOps was formed by combining the words “development” and “operations” and signifies a cultural shift that bridges the gap between development and operation teams, which historically functioned in siloes.
At its essence, DevOps is a culture, a movement, a philosophy.
It's a firm handshake between development and operations that emphasizes a shift in mindset, better collaboration, and tighter integration. It unites agile, git, continuous delivery, automation, and much more, to help development and operations teams be more efficient, innovate faster, and deliver higher value to businesses and customers.
Azure DevOps (in the past known as VSTS) is a Software as a service (SaaS) platform from Microsoft that provides an end-to-end DevOps toolchain for developing and deploying software. It offers a framework all that you need to assemble your product from start to finish. Azure DevOps integrates with most leading tools on the market and offers a single platform for software developer teams to design ventures utilizing the Agile process, oversee code utilizing Git, test the application, and deploy code using using the CI/CD framework. So, it is a great option for orchestrating a DevOps toolchain.
Azure DevOps comprises a range of services covering the full development life-cycle. At the time of writing these are:
Azure DevOps can also be used to orchestrate third-party tools.
How can a business organization move ahead in the competitive market and become more efficient in delivering the best features to the end-users in the set time? Well, here are some of the prime benefits a company can enjoy after adopting the DevOps way of working:
Through our DevOps practices, we ensure faster and regular product updates offering a customer-friendly approach and redefining software delivery: