Software Development (Dev) and Network Operations (Ops)
More than a fancy new buzz word, the incorporation of DevOps methodologies and tooling allow Compass Consulting to be lightning quick with development as well as deliverables. Imagine a revamped workflow process for your company in which the software development team (Dev) and the IT operations team (Ops) are no longer siloed entities, but instead paired closely to produce rapid deployments that accurately match customer needs. The software development team no longer operates independently with the sole goal of releasing a completed package. And the IT operations team no longer works independently with the sole goal of testing and delivering at the very end of the progression. With a sophisticated DevOps model, product testing is conducted in smaller increments, clients are brought to the table sooner, and deliveries are faster and with increased automation.
How can Compass Consulting help with your company’s specific DevOps needs? Compass Consulting utilizes DevOps with phenomenal client success because team members possess tremendous experience and expertise, but with the nimbleness and “Agility” to float between processes. With this degree of complexity, the traditional “Waterfall” process becomes an outdated workflow, sluggish and slow to respond. DevOps, on the other hand, allows Compass Consulting to provide parallel workflows to avoid delays and minimize technical debt.
What causes a project to stall or fail completely? Has the project exceeded the time estimate? Is change management a tool or a chore? Does one specific software phase sometime affect the proper workings of another separate software phase? These are all very real problems in today’s Information Technology marketplace. But when a staff of developers and engineers are intimately familiar with automation, specialty toolsets, and prioritize infrastructure as code, these problems are alleviated.
Compass Consulting would love to hear your company’s unique story and assist with your DevOps needs: one special company assuming the role of numerous specialty firms.