DevOps services

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DevOps service providers

With DevOps, organizations evolve and improve their products faster than with traditional software development and infrastructure management processes. This agility makes your business more competitive by serving your customers better.

DevOps is a cultural philosophy followed by a set of tools and practices that enable more efficient delivery of applications and services. DevOps is also a mix of automation, integration, working with infrastructure, continuous delivery, testing, monitoring, and collaboration.

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We’re at our best when matching the ambition of our clients – finding new and better ways to solve problems and making digital products that generate lasting value.

With DevOps engineers experienced in working with CI/CD tools and building complex deployment pipelines, we can support our clients’ various needs.

Our projects run on most cloud providers, such as AWS, Azure, GCP, and Digital Ocean, using monitoring tools to ensure system stability and responsiveness.

Vega IT DevOps engineers can help you decide which cloud service is optimal for your business case and what architectural characteristics are required from the system. They can also help you package your applications in containers, allowing you to avoid vendor lock-in.

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Mobile App Development

Technologies we mostly use

  • Docker
  • Kubernets
  • AWS Azure
    AWS & Azure
  • Terraform
  • ARM Templates
    ARM templates
  • Python Full
  • Jenkins
  • Gitlab
    GitLab CI
  • Azure Devops
    Azure DevOps

What are the benefits of DevOps?

DevOps engineers can configure automated compliance policies and fine-grained controls to ensure that security policies are consistently applied to all infrastructure components. Policy as code and infrastructure as code allow you to define and track security compliance requirements at any scale.

By automating the application updates and infrastructure changes, your team will have confidence in the changes and that they are correctly delivered to an environment. By using Infrastructure as Code templates, new environments can be spawned automatically without a margin of error that introduces manual configuration and deployments. Monitoring and logging practices will help track the system’s performance in real-time and alert on any issues that arise as soon as possible.

The DevOps model enables your teams to deliver new features faster by decreasing the time required to deploy new software versions. Automate the software release process by applying DevOps practices of continuous integration and continuous delivery. As a result, you can quickly adapt to changing market conditions, innovate faster, and achieve better business results.

With the application of the Infrastructure as Code mentioned above, you can manage complex systems with low risk, allowing you to scale quickly. Complex infrastructures can be managed in an efficient and repeatable manner and easily be deployed to various environments.

Which business model suits you?

Different budgets, deadlines, challenges, and requirements. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to software development. To match your exact goals and ambitions, we offer two types of business models:

  • Time & material: Greater control. Flexibility. Participation in candidate selection. With no rigid processes or end dates, this business model is easier to scale up or down as your business needs change.
  • Fixed price: Fixed scope. Fixed budget. Fixed timeline. Those are the main benefits of the fixed price model. You set the requirements upfront, and we deliver the project within them.

Many clients choose to start with the fixed-price model. However, as their project scope evolves, they typically shift to the time & material model.

Time And Material Website
Fixed Price Website

How to choose the best DevOps partner?

With the global DevOps talent number growing daily, you need to be extra careful when choosing the right partner. When considering a partner, this is what we advise you to do before making the final call:

  • Create a list of potential DevOps partners.
  • Pay attention to their domain knowledge and technical expertise.
  • Check if they are a match with your company.
  • Be sure to ask for references and case studies.
  • Get to the shortlist, which you will validate using all the parameters.
  • Negotiate terms and pricing.
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