How Fingent Helps
DevOps is much more than a process that facilitates coordination among development teams and their processes to complement software development. The reason behind its popularity is that it allows businesses to improve and create products much faster than traditional software development methods. That is why connecting DevOps to your business in a meaningful way to ensure long-term success.
Our DevOps services can enhance the performance of your teams and equip them to build better products faster for greater customer satisfaction. Such collaboration and productivity will help you achieve your business goals and compete more effectively in the market.
Our Must-Have DevOps Services
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Grow as You Go
Our services are ready-to-use when you have an account with us. You can get started fast because there is no setup required or software installation to be done. With our DevOps services, you avoid needlessly extending your cycle times with submitting requests and so on. When you join development, your teams’ applications will be ready to use more quickly because we understand that your business success depends on your ability to innovate faster than your competitors.
Fully Managed Services
Grow as You Go
Why innovate your business with us
Consistent high-quality results with robust agile teams and dedicated QA practices
Highly cost-effective and best-of-breed solutions with no last minute surprises
Transparent project management with maximum adherence to deadlines
Our Unique Approach & Process
By initiating your project with Fingent, you get a dedicated and skilled team backing you up round-the-clock. All our processes are customer-oriented, designed to reduce the cost of business operations, address IT resourcing challenges, and offer you a competitive edge. We start with a deep analysis of your requirements and continue our relationship with post-launch support and updates.
Research and Discovery
Validating and Shaping Idea
Design and Prototyping
Testing and Quality Assurance
Maintenance and Support
Hundreds of leading businesses have derived strategic advantages from our transformative solutions.
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Their team is completely committed to our success as a client, and they do that with their dynamic team.
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They go above and beyond what the typical developer interaction would be.
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Reviews from engineers testify that their code was consistently solid and comprehensively documented.
I have been very pleased with Fingent Corporation’s user experience and design capabilities.
Fingent’s project team demonstrated passion and commitment throughout the dev cycle and it was very evident in their work.
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DevOps cannot be referred to as a tool. It is a compound of Dev representing development and Ops, which stands for operations. It is a work culture that combines people, process and technology. By adopting DevOps culture with its practices and tools, teams are more equipped to better respond to customer requirements, increase confidence in their applications and achieve business goals faster.
Agile and DevOps are not mutually exclusive and are most often practiced together because both are modern software development frameworks. But according to the current market trend, companies are launching small features for software with better product and higher customer satisfaction. DevOps fulfills the requirement for fast and reliable development and also the deployment of a software. Whereas Agile only focuses on the development aspect of it.
Adopting DevOps in a large organization that has been building technology for decades can be challenging but is not impossible. Changing the culture while standardizing processes and tooling, calls for patience and persistence. Breaking down silos between teams at the beginning of the DevOps journey is crucial to a successful DevOps adoption. Since DevOps is a journey, the teams should be willing to see failure as an opportunity to learn and adopt new processes.
Adoption of DevOps does not happen overnight, neither is it as simple as buying a new set of tools. It needs to be practiced across different roles in a company. It requires several teams to collaborate closely. In most cases it would require IT, development, operations, support and security teams. It might also require a change in your current team structures, habits, and workflow.
DevOps is all about providing continuous value to customers. The business results of adopting DevOps should be measured in relation to your business goals and objectives. DevOps teams can promote frequent code versions thereby reducing the number of implementation failures. This reduces the recovery time considerably allowing agile response to the market.
Start by exploring your current business procedures and delivery pipeline. Identify clear objectives for your DevOps strategy. Decide on which deployment suits your business. And ensure to run a pilot project first to check out the impact. This will help you decide which project is imperative for your business growth.