Through the evolution of your product, the processes and approaches, which were once effective, begin to slow down Innovation’s pace. This is the time when a DevOps Engineer should be invited to join your tech team. Having a DevOps Engineer or an SRE has the advantage of having a culture of continuous improvements, building better processes between operations and programmers, advising on the suitable set of tools for them, and making the infrastructure stable, secure and scalable.
Utilize Crox’s DevOps Services When:
- You need continuous help of a professional DevOps engineer
- You are looking for a temporary DevOps engineering assistance for your project
- You want to enhance your Infrastructure’s security, capacity or scalability
- You want to establish a robust communication between the operations staff and programming team
- You feel the need of an additional DevOps engineer for establishing a development infrastructure
Why You Should Consider DevOps Services by Crox?
Our DevOps engineers target steady improvement and can deliver:
Fast-Track Development Process
Cut the deployment time for up to 50 percent and introduce new improvements quicker by allowing your DevOps engineer to design and automate the process of Deployment.
Better Release Dependability
DevOps engineers can assist you to form an efficient delivery lifecycle with extensive planning, building, testing and deployment process. You can speed up release management by engaging DevOps engineers thereby building transparent collaboration and shorter feedback loops.
Rapid Testing Process
Implementing DevOps practices and tools help you save time and money on fixing. Through this, defects are identified and eliminated before they go into production.
Regular Application Monitoring
Employ DevOps Services to cater to customers’ needs faster. Take advantage of the advanced application and infrastructure monitoring and faster frequency of release.
When all the processes, operations and infrastructure is put in the right order, you can easily optimize your product and appreciate its stable performance.
What Workflow DevOps Follow?
1. Identify the Problem
Beginning of a collaboration with a DevOps engineer entails a workshop, where the client shares concerns, show hindrances, and determines those points of the product, which need to be addressed.
2. Draft a Concept Proof
A low fidelity solution is offered by the DevOps engineer, once the problem area has been identified by the client and the latter. Solutions are commonly visualized in a proof of concept (POC), since they always involve multiple tools and services.
3. A Viable Product
The DevOps engineer builds an MVP and identifies the toolset needed for the infrastructure, after having a working POC approved by the Client.
4. Concept Implementation
The last step of the collaboration, the concept implementation, can be executed by Crox’s DevOps engineer or the client-side.
5. Ongoing Support
Your Product continues to receive support from the DevOps engineer which helps to scale it and maintain its outstanding performance.
What are Crox’s Engagement Models for DevOps Services?
On Request Service
Crox Offer on-demand DevOps services tech teams that require assistance and desire the engagement of DevOps engineers for a limited period of time. The services of a DevOps engineer can be availed of as long they are required by you to fix the problem.
Enter into a one-to-one collaborative session to evaluate your pain points, platform and delivery processes, capabilities for monitoring and organization culture. Avail the services of best DevOps engineers and get custom recommendations and strategic guideline that will take your process work in the direction of your business goals.
You have the option of receiving the Support for your existing product or the one built with the assistance of Crox’s DevOps engineers. Stable performance and productivity of your product remains the top priority for our DevOps engineers.
- Azure, AWS, GCP
- Amazon ECS, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Hashicorp Nomad
- Bamboo, Jenkins, GoCD, CircleCI, TeamCity, TravisCI, Octopus, Azure DevOps
- AWS CloudFormation, Terraform, Azure RM, Vagrant, Packer, Ansible
Monitoring and Logging
- AWS CLoudWatch, New Relic, Azure Monitor, Elasticsearch, Prometheus, Splunk, DataDog