DevOps and Automation
The software development lifecycle (SDLC) has undergone a drastic transformation. Traditional waterfall development required integration and deployment at pre-determined release schedules, which allowed a manually governed integration and deployment process. The overall cycle time was also large, typically measured in months. Digital products developed today need to respond rapidly to changing user needs, and the journey from development to deployment cycle can be as short as days or even hours. On the other hand, most digital products are developed in the form of microservices, that involve many more tasks for integration and deployment. It is near impossible to manage such a complex and demanding process manually.
The DevOps CoE strives to continuously improve the level of automation in the integration and deployment process while maintaining the required level of governance, security, and scalability of digital products.
The DevOps CoE provides support for:
- CI/CD Strategy
- Infrastructure Planning
- Automation Opportunities and Requirements
- Automation Strategy and Planning
- Automation Implementation