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Being able to take needless work out of the system is more important than being able to put more work into the system.

Gene Kim, Researcher & Author ("The Phoenix Project")

What is DevOps?

DevOps refers to a process where a concept goes from creation and development to deployment in a production environment where it can provide value to the user. Examples of this could be adding a new aspect or feature to your software, or something as simple as creating a bug fix. These methods demand constant collaboration between development and operations teams and advancement is achieved with flexible provisioning and scalability.
An important concept to remember with DevOps is that which requires the most power will receive it through proper automation and self service. Speed and agility can be provided to software tests, builds and releases with no loss to reliability when developers collaborate with IT operations and code in a standard development environment. The majority of  business strategies cannot handle the demand of regular changes to code as well as the use of dynamic infrastructure. In order to stay competitive, change must be adopted and implemented. 

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Approaching DevOps

When silos break down, business speeds up – a necessity in today’s world, where change is constant. Delivery needs to be faster, and fixes need to happen quickly. That’s where DevOps comes in.
While DevOps as a discipline has only been around for a decade, HighVail has been mastering IT operations and the underlying technology for much longer, evolving from enterprise servers and virtualization to container platforms and automation.
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The DevOps Cycle

Every organization setting out on the path to DevOps maturity will have a unique experience — there is no formula for success. However when done correctly, organizations can capture significant value. Regardless of where you are on the path below, there are benefits to gain.
The DevOps Cycle
Where does your enterprise fall in the DevOps Cycle?

What does DevOps mean for my business?

faster value

Faster time to value - end
users will see changes and enhancements sooner

increased collaboration

Increased collaboration -
interconnect your business

rapid deployment of new features

Rapid implementation
of new features


Enhanced flexibility
& resiliency

fewer resources needed

Fewer team resources
required through automation

competitive strategy

Stronger competitive

DevOps offers a variety of essential business benefits that can trickle through an entire organization. From increased innovation to strengthening a long-term competitive strategy, HighVail can guide you through what DevOps can do for your business. 

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Planning Your DevOps

At HighVail, we offer a multitude of solutions regardless of where your business falls in the DevOps Cycle. Not sure where to begin on your modernization journey? Try DevOps-as-a-Service (DaaS), and we'll handle the rest. We have compiled the following suggested solutions can get your enterprise infrastructure from archaic to cutting edge, fast.


For enterprises looking for rapid delivery using microservices architecture in place of a monolithic application stack, we are the partner you need to help you transition to your new model. 

Click below to learn about our brand new flexible DevOps-as-a-Service offering.


We strive to tackle the most stubborn challenges and have a deep-rooted belief that life is better when difficult things are automated. Let us reduce your manual complexities.

Click below to learn about how you can scale IT automation and manage complex deployments.


For those not so far along the path, we can get you started. Legacy applications, public cloud vendor lock-in, and escalating licensing costs are constant considerations in every organization. Containerizing applications is a great option.

Looking to get started but not sure when to begin? We can help with the Application Containerization Quick-Start.