Peter Langvad - Globeteam

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Make the development and operational deployment of new applications more efficient with DevOps

Is your organisation struggling with the increasing complexity in your application portfolio? Has the update and development of an application and its subsequent deployment become an insurmountable challenge, which in some cases ends up compromising both security and the user experience?

Globeteam offers a collaborative approach to establishing a DevOps culture within your organisation and ensuring that you implement the necessary competencies and methodologies.

In most organisations, the application portfolio is a combination of purchased, subscription-based and adapted or self-developed applications. Even medium to large organisations with their own IT operation and application development can struggle with ensuring correct and consistent process from planning the development work to deployment and operation of applications.

Ensuring a correct process requires a number of new skills, roles, processes and last, but not least, a culture change. The good news is that there is a standardised framework for just that; namely DevOps. The challenge is that the implementation of a DevOps culture and the rule set that is required for this culture do not just happen. It is not “just” a tool or a service that can be purchased.

Why DevOps?

Historically speaking, developers and operations people have worked in their own individual silos. One group was responsible for developing a service or an application, which was then put into operation by the other group. One might say that the development department wrote the code, while the operations department made it accessible for users.

DevOps is the contraction of “development” and “operations” and, in short, it is a philosophy and a set of roles and methodologies, the purpose of which is to break down the silos between the development department and IT operation, by establishing the framework for a common, structured way of working.

DevOps ensures a shorter and more efficient process – from the planning work surrounding the development of a new application or service at the start, all the way to it being put into operation. This also results in a higher quality of application, in terms of both security and user-friendliness.

DevOps requires roles and tasks to be distributed within a certain structure, as well as the establishment of start to end processes. It sounds easy, but getting started can often seem like an unmanageable task.


Globeteam will help you get started

At Globeteam, we think that good advice is essential when it comes to assessing whether or not DevOps is a feasible way to go for your organisation, and how a DevOps practice can be established.

Globeteam offers a complete process from the initial needs analysis, to an “intro project” based on our comprehensive experience with implementing DevOps components and principles with a large number of clients.

Based on an initial conversation with representatives from both IT and the business, we will find out what your objectives with the implementation of DevOps are:

We will, of course, also help select the right tools for you to support the use of DevOps, something which is not by any means clear-cut. The right choice of technology and tools depends on your organisation’s infrastructure and general competencies.