What are the benefits of Kuberry and DevOps for businesses?
DevOps allows fast and efficient application deliveries with quicker development cycles, elevated deployment frequency, and more reliable releases that align with your business objectives. Kuberry’s managed applications processes supervise everything from reporting and coding to rollback, recovery, and security.
What types of issues can Databerry DevOps detect?
Databerry DevOps is designed to analyze, detect and resolve any operational issues. We look at current processes for maintaining and deploying applications, from initial development to each job position. We can provide expert rollbacks and disaster recovery to get you back on track as soon as possible.
What is the difference between DevSecOps and DevOps?
DevOps and DevSecOps work together to optimize the app process and break down siloes. DevSecOps is an addition to DevOps that integrates security across all stages, and it handles any security challenges in the DevOps culture from end to end.
Which industries use DevOps?
All organizations, from SMBs to enterprises, need DevOps to eradicate the debilitating isolation between operating teams. It’s a new way of software culture driven by enhanced communication and collaboration and in high demand everywhere.
What are the challenges to implementing DevOps?
The most significant hurdles are the imbalance between development and operations teams, the non-involvement of DBAs, and the absence of a holistic view. DevOps gets every section on the same value chain for software delivery and success.
Do we have to use specific tools or platforms with DevOps?
Databerry DevOps is tools and platform agnostic. We can work with your existing tools or recommend better ones based on your needs and preferences. Our services are compatible with any platform, including Azure, AWS, storage repos, IDEs (integrated development environment), and more.
How does DevOps assist business intelligence?
The software inside today’s smart devices and electronic gadgets produce advanced business intelligence (BI). DevOps methodology manages, tests, and updates this software in real-time. GPS, energy meters, cameras, and medical instruments also use BI and require simulators and remote monitoring run by DevOps to update firmware and prepare against real-time failure.
How can DevOps increase system security in our business?
With DevOps, you can adopt any tool that is more reliable or secure, so you are not locked into using outdated and non-secure tools.
How do we begin our DevOps transformation?
It starts with a consultation and assessing your framework and processes. Then the implementation of verification testing and containerization microservices. Deployment and test automation are followed by evaluation and execution. The migration is customized and enhanced to provide monitoring, collaboration, automation, and zero downtime.
Can DevOps help with our remote device management?
Yes. DevOps is the most efficient way to support bulk operations on many devices simultaneously, in-person and remote.
How long after enabling DevOps service will we see operational insights?
Once DevOps begins baselining your application it can tak a few minutes or an hour, depending on the number of resources. When that is complete, we’ll analyze continuously to provide insights and detect anomalies.
Will there be roles in DevOps I can move my existing personnel into?
Yes, outside of DevOps Engineers, certain roles can move, such as QA moving to support test automation development or release engineers moving to roles that support dependency management.
What is an Agile approach and how does it work?
An agile approach uses a repetitive process to generate a sequence of outcomes to manage and develop projects or software. An agile team produces manageable increments, continuously evaluates demands, plans and results. This give the team a reliable failsafe for reacting to change quickly.
How does collaboration with our teams work?
Part of effective collaboration depends on shared ownership, so we help everyone involved feel equally responsible for the entire process. Each team member is involved, whether we’re working on testing, development, or deployment. The passing of work between teams is completely broken down and identified clearly. This streamlines the process an gives all parties a pride of ownership in the project.