DevOps Practices

It is through proper tooling, automating, and streamlining software that organizations can bring quick innovations in their infrastructure. An integral practice of many businesses is to provide frequent and small updates. Small and frequent updates reduce the risk of the deployment process and allow the team to address bugs faster.

The combination of different DevOps practices can help in resolving multiple issues with reliability by tracking the performance of infrastructure and several other various applications. Through DevOps practices, BayksCloud Consultants can help in forming a fine work culture at your workplace ensuring greater productivity and less vulnerability to reduce deployment risks.

Continuous Integration

During software development, developers are continuously looking for ways to address bugs quickly, improve the quality and reduce the validation time taken by updates. This is possible through continuous integration, which facilitates developers to merge their code changes in a central source, followed by automated builds and tests.

Continuous Testing

This is the process of executing automated tests as part of the software delivery pipeline to obtain immediate feedback on the business risks associated with a software release candidate. These include unit testing, code quality testing, smoke testing, User Interface (UI) testing, and performance testing.

Continuous Delivery

In this practice, the code changes are automatically built, tested, and finally prepared to be released for production. If implemented properly, continuous delivery provides the developers with deployment-ready build object which has already cleared the standardized testing process.


Breaking down a single application into multiple small services is known as the Microservices architecture. A well-defined interface allows the services to run individually and communicate with each other. Built around business capabilities, each service targets a particular action which is an essential component of the entire process. Developers are provided a choice to use different programming languages or frameworks to write and then deploy these Microservices independently or as a group of services.

Infrastructure as Code

We allow the management of the infrastructure by using codes and software development techniques like continuous integration and version control. The developers and the system administrators are allowed to interact with the infrastructure through the API-driven model. Numerous advantages arise pertaining to defining the infrastructure and services by code including the fact that they can be deployed quickly. In addition, updating users with the latest versions and duplicating in a number of ways also becomes a convenient possibility.

Configuration Management – By using codes, the developers and the system administrators can automate the operating system, carry out operational tasks and much more. There is no need to manually configure tasks, system applications, or even server software.

Policy as Code – As the infrastructure has been defined by a code, it can be tracked, validated, scaled, and even reconfigured automatically. This offers a secure and quick way to deploy changes. The teams can perform swiftly since all the non-compliant resources can be flagged for further investigation or brought into compliance.

Monitoring and Logging

Monitoring the impact on the experience of the end user is an important process whereby organizations observe metrics and logs to see how the application and the infrastructure affect the end user. With services that are available around the clock, it becomes even more important to actively monitor performance metrics.

Communication and Collaboration

DevOps is based on the core principal of increased collaboration and communication between different teams in an organization. The tools and the automation process actually helps in bringing together the workflows and responsibilities of different team physically into a single environment. All the different teams in an organization including developers, operations team, sales and marketing experts, security etc. come together to drive towards a single goal.