The DevOps Engineer is responsible for planning, implementing and managing the continuous software delivery pipeline, automating the infrastructure and deploying products.
In simple terms, a DevOps engineer saves a lot of money and time to any digital product owner that needs regular tweaks as well as, gets your digital product "up and running".
- Why do you need DevOps and what does it do?
- DevOps creates the server infrastructure and hosts your application
- Configures an automated process for testing and assembling your digital product, when finalizing it
- Configures and ensures simultaneous and smooth operation of a "zoo" of different services, systems and technologies within a single application
- Configures automated performance monitoring of your product and ensures its stable operation in case of attacks and load increases
- DevOps organizes backups and ensures that you can quickly and reliably restore from a backup copy anywhere and anytime
Our DevOps engineers know how to create and maintain resilient high-load solutions, including those based on microservices architecture, reduce costs and increase the speed of software development and delivery, regardless of its complexity.
How does a DevOps engineer manage to reduce development costs and timelines?
- To refine the functionality of the simplest/b> modern Ecommerce site:
- First, you have to get the test environment working at the same time:
- Web server (e.g. httpd)
- A database server (eg mysql)
- Language interpreter server and Framework (for example php Laravel)
- Reverse proxy server (e.g. nginx)
- Application service server (e.g. Next.JS)
- Then, when each developer has developed his part of the necessary functionality on the site - it is necessary to "spread" the code of each of the developers on the above servers.
- Then test how each is built, launched and operated separately, test the main component parts of each application (unit testing)
- Then test how they interact and work together as a single application (integration testing)
- Then test the functionality of the application to see if it works as expected (functional testing)
- Then, after the developers' corrections, place the actual working code in the Production environment (rebuild and restart the Production environment)
This whole process,not counting the time, spent by the development team on writing the code and fixing bugs, takes about a week.
As a result, the users of the E-commerce project will see the functionality they need a week after the developers write it, and the resource owner will have to pay up to $2,000 extra for non-code related work.
A DevOps engineer creates and configures an infrastructure that does all but V. - automatically, without human involvement.
Therefore, modern team development is hard to imagine without a DevOps engineer.
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