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Develeap people are motivated, energetic, self-learning DevOps Engineers.
At all times I have found them to be hard-working, serious, and professional. In addition to the strong people who work with us, they have the backs of strong technical people who can turn to them with any question. Develeap is definitely one of the strongest Devops people I have worked with.
Develeap team guided us through a complete revolution of our CI/CD and runtime environments. Together we completed successfully the docker/Kubernetes project and we’re continuing adopting additional cutting-edge DevOps technologies.
Being the main decision-maker on R&D, and DevOps I was looking for a good development partner to work with. Someone who knew a lot, was flexible enough to accommodate my non-vanilla use-case and also not bother me with drawing Gantt charts. Develeap proved superb, highly knowledgeable and SUPER cooperative. We’ve implemented a very strong CI/CD cycle over simple yet bulletproof architecture.
Why choosing develeap?
Technology isn’t all, but we have it all.
- Align the architecture and technology with the business objectives
- Create the tools & procedures that allow true agility: Continuous Integration and Delivery
Designing and building an effective CI pipeline brings a lot of advantages to the organization. Sometimes, building the pipeline is complex, and choosing the right tool is essential. When choosing the CI tool for our organization, we should consider key factors, such as.
- Ease of use
- User interface
- Community support
- Different integrations
Transforming from a monolithic architecture to micro-services architecture requires a deep gap analysis process done by a set of professionals that will take into consideration the software and business needs and dependencies. Eventually, the implementation of the design & recommendations will be followed by the market’s best practices.
Choosing the cloud provider that will fit exactly your needs is a critical mission that includes significant design matters under consideration, such as cost, security, scalability, availability, resiliency, latency, and much more. Each cloud provider has its own pros and cons in each aspect, and as a part of the decision, they are examined closely.
Effective monitoring and alerting are one of the most important subjects when talking about production availability. As ineffective monitoring & alerting may cause a significant downtime of your production environment, and users might be affected, it is directly related to the business part of the game. The monitored resources, services, and how the different monitors are escalated and prioritized is a key moment for setting an effective and quick alerting process for eventually reducing the MTTR (mean time to recovery, repair, respond, or resolve).
Choosing the right git branching strategy for your company is directly related to the release cycle of the product and how you maintain versions along the development process. Therefore, the branching strategy directly connects your business model, and it is crucial to choose the best for your company’s needs.
Using Kubernetes orchestration, you can build application services that span multiple containers, schedule them across a cluster, scale those containers, and manage their health over time. When deploying and scaling containerized applications, Kubernetes eliminates many of the manual tasks involved.
In some cases, there is a requirement to isolate workloads and data for each user. With Kubernetes, multi-tenancy became easier. When designing a multi-tenant environment with Kubernetes, we must take into account some essential aspects:
- Resources limitations
- Cost optimizations
- Security, RBAC, and permissions
- Logging, monitoring
- And much more..
Some tools can help us accomplish the task of implementing multi-tenancy with Kubernetes, such as Capsule.
The GitOps framework and a set of practices automate Cloud-native application development using Git as a single source of truth and declarative syntax. This considers DevOps best practices to bring security, reliability, and consistency to Kubernetes deployments. If you are spinning multiple clusters and environments, you do want to consider shifting your CD process to GitOps