Why DevOps and DevSecOps?

Imagine a world where product owners, Development, QA, IT Operations, and Infosec work together, not only to help each other, but also to ensure that the overall organization succeeds. By working toward a common goal, they enable the fast flow of planned work into production, while achieving world-class stability, reliability, availability, and security.

  • DevOps mindset and culture
  • DevSecOps model integration to change
  • Building the ecosystem for DevOps (CE, CI, CD)
  • Team enablement, consulting and coaching
  • Assessment of DevOps readiness, capability and Roadmap
  • DevOps Leadership

How to navigate the DevOps complexity?

DevOps makes continuous delivery possible. Enterprises that wish to deliver truly continuous value to their customers and stakeholders need to master the mindset and technical practices of DevOps. In this era of constant digital disruption and innovation, these skills are table stakes. But achieving continuous delivery, especially at scale, is not easy. AgileByDefault’s approach to DevOps helps enterprises navigate these complexities.

A paradigm shift

Just as Agile represents a paradigm shift in the way we work, DevOps represents a paradigm shift in the way we build. Leveraging DevOps to usher in a new way of building digitally-enabled solutions is the key to transforming antiquated development life cycles into continuous delivery pipelines.

Continuous Learning and Experimentation

Continuous delivery pipelines are the result of applying DevOps effectively to value streams. And today’s value streams must behave differently than they did in the old paradigm, largely because today’s technology delivery objectives are different.

Measuring and Managing DevOps

Measuring DevOps performance and tracking incremental progress are important steps in building a thriving DevOps culture. At AgileByDefault we offer a service to measure and manage DevOps, starting with evaluation of current state, building a DevOps roadmap and supporting the successful implementation.

IT organizations worldwide are plagued by a core, chronic conflict: technology delivery processes that are reliant on teams with opposing goals and incentives.[1] Development teams must deliver changes quickly to keep pace with business needs. Operations teams must regulate the flow of changes to maintain the stability of solutions that run the business. Security teams must institute policies to prevent changes from introducing vulnerabilities that can cause data breaches. To correct this, a new delivery system is needed—a ‘software factory’ that aligns teams and increases delivery speed while simultaneously increasing solution quality, security, and stability. Only then can the needs of all teams and the needs of the customer be met predictably and effectively.