Ready to Provide High-quality Software in a Shorter Development Life Cycle? Consider DevOps!
IntelliTect has many years of experience in supporting all aspects of an Agile DevOps process. Whether you are targeting Azure, AWS, Google Cloud or on-premise, our team can quickly help you reap the benefits of mature DevOps processes including continuous integration, and deployment. Knowing Git, GitHub, Azure DevOps, and many other tools is our business; let us help your business.
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IntelliTect also specializes in migrations to Azure DevOps and GitHub.
Looking to migrate from existing DevOps platforms? IntelliTect has experience with many DevOps tools. We can help your team determine a right-sized solution to optimize your DevOps processes. There are a myriad of tooling options. It is important to consider both obvious aspects and hidden time consumers when looking at options. Aspects like features, concept count, administration, and maintence are critically important. We can help!
As a Microsoft Gold DevOps partner and an Amazon Web Services consulting partner, we stay up to date on their platforms so that we consistently deliver the best service to our clients. We love the cloud and understand the need for on-premise functionality as well. At IntelliTect we stay current on cloud platforms to help you make the best decisions for your business.
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What's the Cost Benefit?
Consider this: with a standard Waterfall project, your team is done when they’re done, and it is very hard to predict when that will occur. The scope is typically determined when the project starts. This scope then dictates the cost and time that is required. However, this means that the time and cost required to complete the project are variable. As a result, the true cost of the project will be unknown until its completion. From a management perspective, unless resources are unlimited, this is not an ideal scenario.
Unlike a Waterfall project, an Agile project embraces the fact that we know the least about a project when it starts. We begin by identifying use cases and stories needed to create a minimum-viable product. From here, we create a rough estimate of the size of each story. The work is then prioritized and work begins. Every few weeks, new features and produced and demonstrated with the customer providing feedback. The plan is then adjusted accordingly. Using continuous integration and deployment allows for fast feedback from customers and users.
As more work is completed, the amount of time to complete features becomes more consistent, and within a few iterations, we can establish a reasonable estimate of time and cost. The customer has complete control over the process, both in its transparency, but also in guiding the order in which work is done to maximize feedback and ROI.
Still unsure? Check out this article from Forbes.