DevOps and Continous Development and Continous Integration

The specific goals of DevOps span the entire delivery pipeline. They include improved deployment frequency, which can lead to:
  • Faster time to market
  • Lower failure rate of new releases
  • Shortened lead time between fixes
  • Faster mean time to recovery (in the event of a new release crashing or otherwise disabling the current system).

Simple processes become increasingly programmable and dynamic, using a DevOps approach. DevOps aims to maximize the predictability, efficiency, security, and maintainability of operational processes. Very often, automation supports this objective. DevOps integration targets product delivery, continuous testing, quality testing, feature development, and maintenance releases in order to improve reliability and security and provide faster development and deployment cycles. Many of the ideas (and people) involved in DevOps came from the enterprise systems management and agile software development movements. DevOps aids in software application release management for an organization, by standardizing development environments. Events can be more easily tracked, as well as resolving documented process control and granular reporting issues. The DevOps approach grants developers more control of the environment, giving infrastructure more application-centric understanding.

  • MindTelligent has helped numerous customers with DevOps solutions in IoT space around Amazon AWS, RedHat OpenShift and Microsoft azure. The solutions include:
  • Docker containers and Kubernetes
  • Cotinous Development and Continous Integrations using Jenkins
  • Maven and GIT Repository integration
  • SpringBoot and JBOSS Swarm solutions
  • Development of API Gateways.
  • Cloud to on premise security
  • Message and Transport level security
  • IoT devices Authentication and Authorization.