We can design your architecture to take into account devops principles from the start.
Just throwing things over the "wall" to operations have never been an option, as we've often been in the position of also being operations. Seeing development and operations as tightly integrated is deeply ingrained with us.
We build development and production systems that are designed to be automated and managed by integrated teams. (And we are happy to take on part of maintenance on a retainer basis if you wish).
We can advice on architecture, how to build your containers,vms, machines. How to handle data volumes etc., or we can do the whole work for you.
Contact us to discuss your requirements.
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