The fastest way to get started on your DevOps journey
Even with the best of intentions, many teams stall on their DevOps efforts due to the complexity of getting everything configured and working.
A Continuous Delivery tool like Jenkins is very often the best place to start, but many questions remain:
how to configure Jenkins securely?
Which plugins do you need, and which versions work with the other plugins reliably?
How do you integrate it with the rest of your environment?
Who has the time to learn all this?
Why Continuous Delivery
Continuous Delivery fundamentally changes the Economics of Software Development
By taking a manual, error-prone and infrequent process and making it something that is automated, reliable and safe, Continuous Delivery makes it economically feasible to deploy frequently, even multiple times per day.
Once the pain and effort is removed from deployment, you can deploy in small batches, even a single change.
This reduction in batch size in turn drives higher quality, enables more innovation and experimentation, and much faster time-to-market.
In our experience CD is the single biggest, bang-for-your-buck improvement you can make to your software delivery process.
Get started on your DevOps journey without distracting your team.
Our experienced DevOps engineers will:
install and configure Jenkins on your own hardware or in the cloud of your choice
setup users and groups to match your team structure
integrate with your code repository, issue tracking system, email and messaging system
configure your initial delivery pipelines to:
build your source code in response to source repository commits
run your unit tests and static analysis
promote to a staging site/area and notify downstream parties on success
notify developers on any failures
Most importantly, we’ll then prepare a handover for your team so they are equipped to take those pipelines forward, either on their own or with our help.
Why Code Partners?
Code Partners are the Continuous Delivery specialists, having helped hundreds of teams improve their Software Delivery processes, and as a result:
shorten their delivery time,
improve their software quality,
spend more time innovating, and
deliver on their commitments to the business.