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DevOps is a software development methodology focused on the collaboration between development and operations teams, as they create, deploy, and maintain software. DevOps integrates principles like automation, continuous integration, and continuous delivery to ensure faster, more reliable software releases and improved performance.

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DevOps helps ensure that everyone is working towards a common goal which results in increased efficiency and effective software development and deployment. This promotes a collaborative culture between operations and development teams.

Through automation of different parts of the software development life cycle (SDLC) and continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD), DevOps support faster and frequent software delivery.

DevOps practices and tools help organizations scale their infrastructure and application deployments, making it easier to adapt to changing business requirements and handle increased workloads allowing businesses to rapidly respond to changes in their marketplace.


Working with our DevOps professionals offers the opportunity to identify KPIs for implementation and to asses existing infrastructure for areas where automation and improvements can be made.


We’ll support the set up of configuration management, version control, and a continuous integration pipeline to help streamline your development processes.


Unosquare DevOps engineers play a key role in the implementation of continuous integration to safeguard the frequency of committed code, testing, merging, and reducing integration issues.


Continuously monitoring the software’s performance, stability, and security in production. Identifying areas for improvement and implementing necessary changes.

Frequently Asked Questions

DevOps is a combination of the terms “development” and “operations.” It is a set of practices, methodologies, and tools that aim to improve the collaboration and communication between software development and IT operations teams. The goal of DevOps is to streamline the software development lifecycle, increase efficiency, and reduce the time it takes to deliver high-quality software to end users.

DevOps involves continuous integration, continuous delivery, automated testing, infrastructure as code, and monitoring and feedback loops. By breaking down the traditional barriers between development and operations teams, DevOps encourages a culture of shared responsibility, faster feedback, and iterative improvement, ultimately resulting in better and more reliable software.

The tools that you choose will depend on your existing infrastructure, project requirements, and preferences. Here are some options for different options of DevOps: Version Control:

  • Git: A popular distributed version control system.
  • GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket: Online platforms for hosting and collaborating on Git repositories.

Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD):

  • Jenkins: An open-source automation server that helps automate parts of the software development process.
  • Travis CI: A hosted continuous integration service used to build and test software projects.
  • GitLab CI/CD: A built-in continuous integration and continuous deployment feature in GitLab.
  • CircleCI: A continuous integration and continuous deployment platform.
  • Bamboo: A continuous integration and deployment tool by Atlassian.

Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code (IAC):

  • Ansible: An open-source configuration management and application deployment tool.
  • Puppet: A configuration management tool that automates infrastructure management.
  • Chef: An automation platform that helps manage infrastructure as code.
  • Terraform: An infrastructure as code tool that enables provisioning and management of cloud resources.

Containerization and Orchestration:

  • Docker: A platform that helps create, deploy, and run applications in containers.
  • Kubernetes: An orchestration platform for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
  • Docker Swarm: A native clustering and scheduling tool for Docker containers.

Monitoring and Logging:

  • Prometheus: An open-source monitoring and alerting toolkit.
  • Grafana: A visualization and analytics tool for metrics and logs.
  • ELK Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana): A suite of tools used for log and event data management.
  • Splunk: A platform for searching, monitoring, and analyzing machine-generated data.

Cloud Providers and Services:

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS): A popular cloud services platform that offers various IaaS and PaaS solutions.
  • Microsoft Azure: A cloud computing platform and service by Microsoft.
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP): A suite of cloud computing services provided by Google.

This depends on the complexity of your project. If it is simple and relatively small, you may not need to implement DevOps practices. However, if your project grows in complexity, DevOps can help you align development, testing, and deployment processes. Starting your DevOps practices would rely on a few factors. One concern is organizational readiness and the ability for your teams to manage change. Resistance and poor collaboration puts DevOps principles at risk. Skill and technological readiness of your team needs to be assessed and combined with clear goals and objectives. If your organization is dealing with slow delivery cycles, is challenged by communication between teams, and quality is suffering, you should consider starting a DevOps practice.

Unosquare can provide the necessary talent and expertise to build and maintain your DevOps infrastructure. This includes hiring DevOps engineers, automation specialists, and cloud architects to help with continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipelines, infrastructure automation, containerization, and cloud computing.

Our DevOps Center of Excellence supports the talent that helps you optimize your software development processes and reduce time-to-market. Our CoE can also provide guidance on best practices and tooling, which can help adopt a DevOps culture and mindset.

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