We were engaged by ASOS to help them streamline their delivery process and reduce bottlenecks. This was achieved by using automation tools to lessen the burden of manual tasks and the result has been to create capacity that can focus on the reduction of technical debt.
We helped BAE kick start their DevOps transformation with a tailored training program focusing on devops principles (Culture, Automation, Lean, Metrics and Sharing) and How to Influence an Organisational Change.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) supported 8 government departments in the delivery of 25 exemplar digital services for public use.
DevOpsGuys were asked to review each service against the web operations aspects of the standard, testing compliance and progress against each service standard.
DevOpsGuys worked with Victor to establish their automated Continuous Deployment pipeline. We currently provide 24 x 7 monitoring and support for their cloud hosted services.
Thanks again to everyone that attended & sponsored the inaugural WinOps conference in London 2 weeks ago.
One of our team raised this question and it sparked off an interesting discussion that we thought was worth sharing.
One of the common things we find in Enterprise organisations looking to move to a DevOps model is high levels of technical debt.