DevOps Consulting – Alto9
Automating All the Things
Organizations using a DevOps model deliver applications quicker and innovate faster. AWS offers elastic, on-demand infrastructure resources and tooling designed to support DevOps practices such as continuous integration and delivery, infrastructure as code, microservices, and monitoring & logging. Combined with elastic compute that can be scaled up or down within minutes, these DevOps tools help you automate infrastructure and software release processes at scale. With AWS, there’s no hardware to setup, manage, or operate. By using AWS and a DevOps model, you can focus on rapidly and reliably delivering new features and services to better serve your customers.
Partnering with Alto9 for DevOps consulting brings best in class managed staff augmentation. Think of it as ‘plug and play’ DevOps.
Fast & Scalable
Provision one or thousands of server instances and scale capacity up or down within minutes automatically. Easily configure these resources at scale to meet changing workload demands.
Agile & Flexible
Quickly and cost-effectively deploy multiple environments for development, test, and production using declarative templates or code and orchestrate automated software release pipelines across environments.
Leverage DevOps Practices
Use a variety of tools and services that help your team use DevOps practices such as Infrastructure as Code, microservices, continuous integration and continuous delivery, and monitoring & logging.
Cloud Consulting Solution Brief
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Your Cloud Partner
The term “cloud computing” refers to the on-demand delivery of IT resources via the internet with pay-as-you-go pricing. Instead of buying, owning, and maintaining your own data centers and servers, organizations can acquire technology such as compute power, storage, databases, and other services on an as-needed basis. It is similar to how consumers flip a switch to turn on lights in their home and the power company sends electricity. With cloud computing, Amazon Web Services (AWS) manages and maintains the technology infrastructure in a secure environment and businesses access these resources via the internet to develop and run their applications. Capacity can grow or shrink instantly, and businesses only pay for what they use.