Benefits of DevOps Development Services
  • Speed: The DevOps culture helps Engineers to deploy features at a faster pace, hence this helps your organization to adapt market changings and innovate faster for your customers.
  • Rapid Delivery: With the help of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) the software release process from build to deploy can be automated. This automated process helps tech teams to release fixes or new features quickly, so your business can respond to your customers’ needs at a rapid pace.
  • Reliability: DevOps culture ensures the quality of code with the implementation of quality gate check, real time infrastructure monitoring and logging. All these practices help your operations team to deliver a positive experience for your customers.
  • Scale: Microservices and automation helps you manage your complex/changing system efficiently. With the help of infrastructure as code, you can manage your infrastructure and development processes at scale.
  • Collaboration: DevOps culture brings all teams together that helps you to build a more accountable and effective team. For example when developers and operations teams collaborate, it helps in reducing inefficiencies by creating a combined workflow.
  • Security: The DevOps model also integrates QA & Security teams with the complete development cycle. This integration helps everyone in the team to focus on security which is referred to as DevSecOps. With DevSecOps you can move quickly by automating compliance policies.

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Infiniticube’s DevOps Development Best Practices

We employ DevOps development best practices that include process automation, streamlining software development and infrastructure management. Our best practices will help your organization to deliver faster and more reliable software deployments

  • Continuous integration (CI): CI helps developers to regularly merge their code into a centralized repository, which automate builds. The benefits of CI are QA can find bugs quicker, improve software quality and this leads to less validation time.
  • Continuous Delivery (CD): After developers merge code via CI, CD automates deploying all code changes to a testing environment and/or production environment after the build stage. With proper CD implementation and a build that has passed through a standardized test process; developers will always have a deployment ready build artifact.
  • Microservices: All modern applications are built on microservices architecture. This architecture breaks the big application into small individual services. Each service runs in its own process and communicates with other services via an HTTP-based API. It gives you freedom to choose different programming languages for the individual services.
  • Infrastructure as Code: In this DevOps practice infrastructure is managed using software development and coding techniques such as version control and continuous integration. The cloud’s API driven model enables system admins/engineers to interact with the infrastructure programmatically instead of setting up configuration manually. As infrastructure is defined by code so infrastructure and servers can be quickly deployed and duplicated.
  • Monitoring and Logging: This DevOps practice measures applications and infrastructures performance by monitoring, capturing, categorizing and analyzing data and logs. These logs help to find the root cause of the problems of applications and infrastructures. By creating real-time alerts helps the operations team to address infrastructure problems more proactively that leads to less downtime.
  • Communication & Collaboration: The key aspect of DevOps development is engaging different teams of the organization to achieve the product goal. By using DevOps tools and automation of the software delivery process that brings workflow of operation and development together. To facilitate the communication smoothly DevOps integrate different apps such as project tracking tools, wikis and chat applications.
DevOps Development Process At Infiniticube

The DevOps development process aims to shorten the software development lifecycle while delivering features, fixes, and updates frequently in close alignment with business objectives. Let's break down the DevOps Development Process into key stages and highlight best practices.

Planning and Analysis

  • Collaboration Between Teams: Developers, operations staff, and other stakeholders collaborate to define the scope and objectives of the project. This includes setting goals, timelines, and identifying potential challenges.
  • Tools: Use of project management tools like Jira, Trello, or Asana to track progress and align team objectives.

Design and Development

  • Version Control: Utilizing tools like Git to manage code versions and collaborate effectively.
  • Coding Best Practices: Emphasizing clean, maintainable code and peer reviews to ensure quality.
  • Continuous Integration (CI): Automatically testing code changes in a shared repository to detect problems early.


  • Automated Testing: Implementing automated tests to validate code changes and functionalities.
  • Continuous Testing: Integrating testing into the CI process to ensure that new code changes do not break the software.


  • Continuous Deployment/Delivery (CD): Automatically deploying code to production or staging environments after passing tests.
  • Infrastructure as Code (IaC): Using tools like Terraform or Ansible for consistent and repeatable deployment environments.

Operations and Monitoring

  • Monitoring Tools: Employing tools like Prometheus, Grafana, or New Relic to monitor application performance and health.
  • Feedback Loop: Establishing a feedback loop with all stakeholders for continuous improvement.

Review and Iteration

  • Post-Implementation Review: Assessing the success of the deployment and identifying areas for improvement.
  • Iterative Development: Continuously improving and updating the application based on feedback and new requirements.

  • Speed
  • Rapid Delivery
  • Reliability
  • Scale
  • Collaboration
  • Security

  • Continuous Integration (CI)
  • Continuous Delivery (CD)
  • Microservices
  • Infrastructure as a code
  • Monitoring and Logging
  • Communication & Collaboration

DevOps reduces development cycles by efficiently delivering product features. The high deployment frequency will help your organization to adopt customer requests quickly.

  • Lead Time
  • Deployment Frequency
  • Mean time to recover
  • Change failure rate
  • Team performance

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