Cloud303 has alleviated our need for a dedicated Dev-Ops staff. Because of them we are spending at least 30% more time developing our product and not messing with AWS.
Cloud303 DevOps Case Studies
AWS DevOps Philosophies
AWS services allow clients to innovate at a lightning-quick rate to better adjust to shifting markets and become more effective at generating business results. DevOps allows development and operations teams to accomplish these goals as they are empowered to take control of services and change them more quickly thanks to AWS microservices such as Amazon Elastic Container/Kubernetes Service and continuous delivery such as Amazon CodePipeline.
Cloud303 DevOps engineers are highly skilled at leveraging AWS’ continuous integration and continuous delivery (CICD) products to increase the release frequency of codes. This allows our team to respond to client requests and gain a competitive edge more quickly by releasing new features and fixing bugs.
Taking advantage of monitoring tools such as Amazon CloudWatch and Amazon CloudTrail, we stay current with your application performance in real-time while using AWS’ CICD services to test each necessary change to ensure it is secure and functional.
Cloud303’s army of certified AWS DevOps Professional help manage and run your development and infrastructure operations at scale, using tools and automation tools such as Infrastructure as a Code to handle complicated or changing systems effectively, with consistency and less risk.
Our DevOps team of experts work closely together, divide up tasks, and merge workflows to ensure inefficiencies are decreased, and time is saved to ensure timely delivery during any development lifecycle.
Cloud303 leverages a myriad of security tools to maintain compliance and control. With services such as Amazon IAM, Amazon GuardDuty and Amazon Config, we utilize configuration management methods, automated compliance regulations, and fine-grained controls to implement a DevOps paradigm without compromising security.