Our DevOps Engineers are here to setting up processes and methodologies for organizations, to balance their needs from coding to deployment. We ensure continuous integration and delivery across cloud platforms using Docker, Jenkins, etc.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment is a modern developmental practice that allows developers to frequently make code changes to ensure that the system is stable and reliable over time. This ensures that there is a constant output flow of features and bug fixes happening regularly.
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Transforming your business from on-premise solution to cloud will help your business scale effectively and efficiently. We help you to prepare your business for a times ahead of the competition.
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Most frequent questions and answers
What are the key business benefits of DevOps?
DevOps practice allows quick and efficient product deliveries with shorter development cycles, high deployment frequency and more dependable releases in line with business objectives.
What are DevOps goals?
The DevOps delivery pipeline ensures faster deployment frequency, faster market time, lower failure rate of new releases and faster mean recovery time. DevOps aims at faster development and deployment cycles through continuous testing, quality testing, feature development and maintenance releases for improved reliability and security.
What kind of DevOps service is offered by Hutech?
Hutech DevOps services include Assessment and Planning, Pilot Framework Creation, Process Implementation, CI/CD Pipelines, Process Automation and Security Integration. Besides, there are also DevOps managed services including Operational Management, Effective Supply-chain, Release Management, Security Management and more.
What are the types of cloud?
Clouds can be public or private, though public clouds are more commonly associated with cloud computing. Public cloud platforms, such as AWS and Microsoft Azure, pool resources in data centers often distributed around the globe, and users access them via the internet. Private clouds are walled-off environments hosted in a corporate data center or a colocation facility. They lack the massive scale of public clouds. But they do have some elasticity, and a company's developers and administrators can still use self-service portals to access resources.
How do I prepare my business for the cloud?
It can take more than a year to execute a cloud migration strategy, and even then, it's an ongoing process. Communication is critical to success. Keep stakeholders regularly informed, and make sure IT is part of the broader decision-making process for the business. Identify leaders who will evangelize the use of the cloud, and ensure employees are properly trained for the transition.
How much does the cloud cost?
Public clouds charge on a per-use basis, so costs will vary wildly based on multiple variables, including the size of your environment, the provider, the region you operate in, the amount of data movement and the number of higher-level services consumed. The major public cloud providers also have pricing schemes that can lower costs in exchange for certain long-term commitments.
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