DevOps is built into GetTech’s DNA.

We help progressive organizations adopt modern processes by providing executive-level guidance, transforming stuck cultures, continuously delivering quality software and value. We were DevOps pioneers and cloud experts before it was cool, and built cloud-native apps when the phrase wasn't even coined yet.

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Automated software development lifecycle

We use Agile and DevOps practices to build a high-quality product, solution and help you to grow your business. We can train your teams to use these methodologies and to achieve instant competitive advantage in your product delivery.

Automating cloud software development streamlines processes, enhances efficiency, and reduces human error, leading to faster deployment and more reliable software. Here’s how you can automate your cloud software development:

By adopting these strategies, you can significantly enhance the automation of cloud software development, leading to more agile, efficient, and error-free processes.

  • Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD):
    • Implement CI/CD pipelines to automatically build, test, and deploy code changes.
    • Use automation tools like Jenkins, GitLab CI, or GitHub Actions to trigger workflows based on specific events, such as a push to a repository.
  • Infrastructure as a Code (IaaC):
    • Utilize IaC tools like Terraform, Bicep, Azure Resource Manager or AWS CloudFormation to automate the provisioning and management of cloud infrastructure.
    • Ensure consistent and repeatable environment setups across development, testing, and production.
  • Automated Testing:
    • Incorporate automated testing in the development pipeline to identify and fix bugs early.
    • Use unit tests, integration tests, and end-to-end tests to ensure software quality.
  • Monitoring and Logging:
    • Implement automated monitoring and logging solutions to track the performance and health of applications and infrastructure.
    • Use tools like Azure Monitor, Prometheus, Grafana, or ELK Stack for real-time monitoring and alerts.
  • Configuration Management:
    • Apply configuration management tools like Ansible, Chef, or Puppet to maintain consistent settings and automate the deployment and update processes.
    • Ensure that all environments are configured identically to avoid discrepancies between development and production.

Infrastructure as a Service

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a modern approach to managing and provisioning IT infrastructure through machine-readable definition files, rather than physical hardware configuration or interactive configuration tools. This methodology enables developers and IT teams to automatically manage, monitor, and provision resources, thereby reducing manual processes and human errors.

IaC supports consistent environments, from development through production, by using the same configurations. This not only increases efficiency and speed but also ensures reliability and stability by allowing for version control, collaboration, and rollback capabilities. Adopting IaC paves the way for more scalable, flexible, and manageable infrastructure solutions, aligning IT operations with software development practices.


Logging and Monitoring matters

Logging and monitoring are crucial for cloud-based software for several reasons:

Optimization: They enable performance tuning and resource optimization, leading to faster and more efficient applications.

Security: Monitoring detects anomalies, while logging supports compliance and aids in security incident investigations.

Troubleshooting: Logs are vital for identifying and resolving issues quickly, minimizing downtime.

Cost Control: By tracking resource use, they help manage expenses by identifying areas for cost-saving.

Proactivity: Alerting based on metrics allows teams to address issues before they affect users.

These practices ensure the reliability, security, and efficiency of cloud services.


Operation and Support is must for business continuity

Operation and support are crucial for business continuity for several reasons:

System Reliability and Availability: Effective operation and support ensure that systems are running reliably and are available when needed. This is essential for maintaining the flow of business operations and minimizing downtime.

Issue Resolution: Timely support can quickly resolve issues that may arise, preventing them from escalating into more significant problems that could disrupt business activities.

Continuous Improvement: Regular operation and support activities involve monitoring and maintenance, which can identify areas for improvement, leading to better system performance and efficiency over time.

Disaster Recovery: In the event of a disaster, a strong operation and support framework is critical for restoring systems and data quickly, minimizing the impact on business continuity.

Customer Satisfaction: Consistent and reliable operation and support enhance the customer experience by ensuring that services are always available and functioning correctly, thereby maintaining trust and satisfaction.

Overall, robust operation and support are fundamental to ensuring that businesses can continue their operations without interruption, safeguarding against losses and maintaining customer trust and loyalty.


DevOps culture

There are no silos and there's no blame game, because the team is mutually accountable.

GetTech's squads apply agile DevOps practices and include operations and security in the team responsibilities. Teams work in small batches, focus on improving the end-to-end delivery of customer value, and strive to eliminate waste and impediments along the way.

This allows the team to focus solely on client goals, internalizing a product vision, and taking pride and ownership in their work.

"DevOps is the union of people, processes, and products to enable continuous delivery of value to our end users."
Donovan Brown
Our Technology

Pioneer tools and technologies

GetTech has always been pioneer of building software and deploying world class cloud technologies. Today that means designing software specifically for the cloud, rather than running a traditional software stack on “someone else’s computers”.

We move our clients beyond “lift and shift” by architecting (and re-architecting) their software to fully leverage cloud deployment.

Big no longer eats small — fast eats slow. Our clients are moving faster than ever thanks to containerization, dynamic orchestration, microservices, and continuous delivery.


Azure DevOps

Plan smarter, collaborate better, and ship faster with a set of modern dev services. Learn more

Azure Boards

Deliver value to your users faster using proven agile tools to plan, track, and discuss work across your teams.

Azure Pipelines

Build, test, and deploy with CI/CD that works with any language, platform, and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any other Git provider and deploy continuously.

Azure Repos

Get unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management.

Azure Artifacts

Get unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management.

Azure Test Plans

Get unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management.

GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps

Develop securely from inception to ship.


Benefits of Azure DevOps

Unified Ecosystem

Azure DevOps can integrate well with other Microsoft products such as Office 365, Azure cloud platform, Power BI, etc., providing a more streamlined, consistent experience. If your organization is heavily invested in the Microsoft ecosystem, this could be a significant benefit.

Comprehensive Toolset

Azure DevOps provides an all-in-one solution that includes source control (Azure Repos), CI/CD (Azure Pipelines), agile project management tools (Azure Boards), artifact storage (Azure Artifacts), and a testing tool (Azure Test Plans). You can cover most of your DevOps needs without needing to mix and match tools.

Cost Effectiveness

Depending on your current setup and the scale of your operations, you might find Azure DevOps to be a more cost-effective solution, particularly if you're already using other Azure services or Microsoft software like Visual Studio.

Integrated Security

Azure DevOps, being part of the larger Azure platform, benefits from Azure AD's advanced security features, ensuring that your development environment is secure.

Powerful CI/CD Features

Azure Pipelines provide robust and flexible CI/CD capabilities, which could be an improvement over what you're currently using with Jira and other Atlassian products.


Azure DevOps, being a Microsoft product, offers significant scalability and reliability benefits. Microsoft's cloud infrastructure is robust and reliable, and Azure DevOps services are designed to leverage this infrastructure effectively.

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