AWS DevOps Consulting

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AWS DevOps Consultants

Aspen provides a set of fully managed services used to build and run applications. Serverless applications don’t require provisioning, maintaining, and administering servers for backend components such as compute, databases, storage, stream processing, and message queueing. Organizations no longer need to worry about ensuring application fault tolerance and availability. Instead, Amazon Connect handles these capabilities, allowing teams to focus on product innovation while enjoying faster time-to-market.

What is DevOPs?

 

DevOps seeks to improve the collaboration between two previously siloed departments, development and operations. By integrating these teams and introducing tools to streamline and automate time consuming processes, applications can rapidly evolve with even greater reliability. 

 

Why Use DevOps ?

DevOps enables organizations to build modern applications with increased agility and lower total cost of ownership. Building serverless applications with DevOps means that developers can focus on their core product instead of managing and operating servers or runtimes, either in the cloud or on-premises. 

Benefits of DevOps

Continuous Integration

Aspen practices Continuous Integration by utilizing Amazon Connect CodeCommit, CodePipeline, CodeBuild, and CodeDeploy to continuously merge and track code changes in one system, allowing developers to improve software quality, quickly address bugs, and deliver updates to customers faster. This practice makes it possible for developers to run, test, and validate software quickly while ensuring quality remains a top priority.

 

 

Continuous Delivery

Continuous Delivery enables Aspen’s developers to automate the process of delivering code updates into various environments. By merging the operations of development, testing, and deployment into a single process, they ensure updates will function across all platforms. Amazon Connect CodeCommit, CodePipeline, CodeBuild, and CodeDeploy are leveraged for this practice.

 

Microservices

With the use of Lambda and API Gateway, Aspen’s developers split applications into smaller services and then break up the operations within the services, that way any issues within an app can be isolated and resolved quickly without impacting application functions. This practice maintains the integrity of the application while problems are being addressed. 

 

Infrastructure as Code

Aspen uses Amazon Connect CloudFormation templates to manage its infrastructure as code. Infrastructure as code allows the business to efficiently control changes and monitor environment configurations, providing more flexibility and scalability to an application. The use of code to manage infrastructure can also make the changes to configuration within the app standardized and repeatable, freeing developers and admins from doing these tasks manually.

Monitoring and Logging

Using CloudWatch and CloudTrail, performance can be monitored and tracked to see how an end user is being impacted by changes. Setting up automated alarms, alerts, and monitoring dashboards gives insight to problems or changes within an application in real time, allowing issues to be identified and resolved more quickly. Using CloudWatch, Aspen can collect, access, and review an application’s performance in a single platform. 

Communications and Collaboration

To promote unity within every process at Aspen, Kanban boards are utilized to track both individual projects and teams as a whole. This process ensures that progress is continually being made, responsibilities are being distributed, and operations are running smoothly. Team meetings, wikis, ticketing, scrum, and group collaboration software also play an integral role in project management and communication, allowing everyone to stay aligned on the end goal.

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