AWS DevOps practices allow organizations to deliver products at a rapid speed providing a competitive advantage and faster time-to-market. DevOps cloud migrations rely on automation thus reducing the risks and costs while increasing agility and transparency.
Enterprise platform migrations completed using DevOps practices deliver long-term business opportunities through repeatability, faster deployment with reduced risks and iteration at a rapid pace.
- Fraud Detection
- Predictive Analytics
- Production Shortages
- Sales Recommendations
- Sales Pattern Recognition
- Document Classification
- Personalized Marketing
- Customer Churn Predictions
- Customer Support
- Education/Learning Intervention
- Student Learning Patterns
- Equipment Maintenance Avoidance (safety, repairs, etc.)
NorthBay’s DevOps Toolkit
NorthBay’s unique partnership with AWS has enabled us to to develop a consistent methodology of formulating an implementation methodology that has been proven to be highly successful and efficient.
Benefits of DevOps
Move at high velocity so you can innovate for customers faster, adapt to changing markets better, and grow more efficient at driving business results. The DevOps model enables your developers and operations teams to achieve these results. For example, microservices and continuous delivery let teams take ownership of services and then release updates to them quicker.
Increase the frequency and pace of releases so you can innovate and improve your product faster. The quicker you can release new features and fix bugs, the faster you can respond to your customers’ needs and build competitive advantage. Continuous integration and continuous delivery are practices that automate the software release process, from build to deploy.
Ensure the quality of application updates and infrastructure changes so you can reliably deliver at a more rapid pace while maintaining a positive experience for end users. Use practices like continuous integration and continuous delivery to test that each change is functional and safe. Monitoring and logging practices help you stay informed of performance in real-time.
Operate and manage your infrastructure and development processes at scale. Automation and consistency help you manage complex or changing systems efficiently and with reduced risk. For example, infrastructure as code helps you manage your development, testing, and production environments in a repeatable and more efficient manner.
Build more effective teams under a DevOps cultural model, which emphasizes values such as ownership and accountability. Developers and operations teams collaborate closely, share many responsibilities, and combine their workflows. This reduces inefficiencies and saves time (e.g. reduced handover periods between developers and operations, writing code that takes into account the environment in which it is run).
Move quickly while retaining control and preserving compliance. You can adopt a DevOps model without sacrificing security by using automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls, and configuration management techniques. For example, using infrastructure as code and policy as code, you can define and then track compliance at scale.