Automate Development Processes and Operations.

With DevOps practices, get the most velocity in your software delivery and deployments and improve the stability and reliability of your software.



As complement of Agile Software Development, DevOps aims to increase software delivery velocity, improve service reliability, and build shared ownership among software stakeholders.
These practices remove the division between Development and Operations teams, providing them a common working environment where automation is the core concept.

The DevOps approach goes hand-in-hand with containers, which give your team the underlying technology needed for a cloud-native development style.
Containers support a unified environment for development, delivery, integration, and automation.

Development and Operations - Key Features

  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Continuous Monitoring
  • Continuous Improvement
  • DevSecOps
  • Microservices
  • Infrastructure as Code
  • Collaboration
Factory with robots removing bugs representing continuous integration

Help streamline the build process

Continuous integration employs automated testing which runs every time new code is committed to identify integration issues earlier, when they are easier to fix.


  • improve software quality
  • improve developers productivity
  • reduce the number of errors and bugs released
  • find and address bugs quicker

With more frequent testing, your team can discover and address bugs earlier before they grow into larger problems later.

people packing what comes out of continuous integration to represent continuous delivery

Make every change releasable

Continuous delivery builds on continuous integration, every change is built, tested, and deployed together for the fastest feedback.

To successfully implement continuous delivery, you need well-constructed delivery pipelines to ensure all your code releases are the same in your test and production environments in a consistent way.


  • software delivery is more efficient and automated
  • every change is deployed in a qualification environment
  • updates are delivered faster
Rocket launch to represent continuous delivery

Deliver apps to customers frequently

Continuous Deployment automates the steps required for deployment in development, testing, production environments.

Deploying new code quicker and less risky. deployments happen more frequently and in smaller increments, helping teams become more agile, more productive, and more confident in their running code.


  • reduce issues that may occur upon deployment
  • enable more frequent updates
man with six screens monitoring a system

Ensure 24/7 availability

Continuous Monitoring gather metrics and logs to follow how application and infrastructure performance impacts the experience of their product’s end user.

Creating alerts or performing real-time analysis of these data also helps organizations to monitor their services more proactively.


  • have full, real-time visibility into the performance and health of the entire application stack
  • help the team mitigate issues in real time and see how to improve the application in future development cycles
team reviewing their performance

Evaluate each release

Continuous Improvement is the practice that consists in collecting data on the DevOps processes, establishing policies and implementing quality gates to reduce the deployment risk.

DevOps teams establish a growth mindset, i.e. they fail fast and incorporate learnings into their processes.


  • improve continually
  • increase customer satisfaction
  • accelerate innovation and market adaptability
developer, operator and security officer working together

Consider security at the base

DevSecOps builds on the cultural changes of DevOps to integrate the work of security teams sooner rather than later.

To take full advantage of a DevOps approach, you must consider how security plays a role in the life cycle of your apps.

In DevOps, security is a shared responsibility, integrated from the start.


  • make security by design
  • automate security testing in CI process
  • propagate security enforcement
interconnected microservices

Build around business capabilities

The microservices architecture is a design approach to build a single application as a set of small services.

You can use different frameworks or programming languages to write microservices and deploy them independently, as a single service, or as a group of services.


  • suit every environments: serverless, on premise or hybrid
  • improve security through application isolation by design
  • solve performance issues at scale
datacenter managed by the code

Interact with infrastructure programmatically

Infrastructure as code is a practice in which infrastructure is provisioned and managed using code and software development techniques, such as version control and continuous integration.

Because they are defined by code, infrastructure and servers can quickly be deployed using standardized patterns, updated with the latest patches and versions, or duplicated in repeatable ways.


  • manage infrastructure at scale
  • automate operating system and host configuration, operational tasks, and more
  • monitor and enforce compliance dynamically and at scale with policy as code
people working together to build a product

Increase communication and collaboration

DevOps establishes collaboration by physically bringing together the workflows and responsibilities of development and operations.

Thanks to that, these teams set strong cultural norms around information sharing and facilitating communication through the use of chat applications, issue or project tracking systems, and wikis.


  • speed up communication across developers, operations, and even other teams like marketing or sales
  • allow all parts of the organization to align more closely on goals and projects

Automate Development Processes and Operations - Platforms & tools

Your operations are going to keep pace with rapid development cycles, they’ll need to use highly flexible platforms and treat their infrastructure like dev teams treat their code. Manual deployments are slow and leave room for error.

Platform provisioning and deployment can be simplified through automation. Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) takes these manual tasks and manages them using software and automation.
Containers make it easier to move applications between development, testing, and production environments. Using containers lets developers package and isolate their apps with everything they need to run, including application files, runtime environments, dependent libraries and configurations.
Kubernetes is the modern way to automate container operations. It helps you easily and efficiently manage clusters running Linux containers across public, private, or hybrid clouds.

We support you in choosing reliable platforms, both inside and outside the container ensures that scaling and automation won’t fail when you need it most.

Also, we guide you in selecting tools that support your processes for DevOps.

Project management tools

Project management tools

Build Product backlog and drive Sprints with modern digital tools. Many support agile project management practices such as Scrum, Lean and Kanban so that teams can implement their own method.

Collaborative source code repositories

Collaborative source code repositories

Let multiple developers to work on the same code base. Code repositories should integrate with CI/CD, testing and security tools, so that when code is committed to the repository it can automatically move to the next step.

CI/CD pipelines

CI/CD pipelines

Automate build, tests run and deployments by defining custom pipelines that suit the team needs.

Test automation frameworks

Test automation frameworks

Automate unit, contract, functional, performance, usability, penetration and security tests. The best of these tools support multiple languages, some use AI to automatically reconfigure tests in response to code changes.

Monitoring tools

Monitoring tools

Identify and resolve system issues. Gather and analyze data in real time to reveal how code changes impact applications.

Infrastructure as code

Infrastructure as code

Configure and provision fully versioned and fully documented infrastructure by executing a script.

Continuous feedback tools

Continuous feedback tools

Gather informations and feedbacks from users, through heatmapping, surveys, or self-service issue ticketing.

Automate Development Processes and Operations - Benefits

    Increase the speed of your deployments.

    Increase the frequency and pace of releases.

    Improve the stability and reliability of your software.

    Implement Security by design.

    Accelerate time to market & Facilitate adaptation to the market and competition.

    Improve the mean time to recovery.

    Decrease code writing time.

    Allow continuous and demonstrated progress for better feedback.

    Early error detection.

    Enable an optimized operation of an infrastructure at scale.

    Build more effective teams, which emphasize values such as ownership and accountability.

Automate Development Processes and Operations - Support

To achieve that transformation, a set of features must be implemented in the Information System.
At Cypris-Tech, we have invested a lot of time and energy to benefit from a full automated workflow and we will never regret this choice.
We are now mature enough to share our expertise with other companies that want to take the turn.