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Just like any tool, the practice of DevOps is a means towards helping you and your organization in achieving business goals.
Cloud Mechanics helps software teams manage their infrastructure. In small to medium size software teams, it’s very common for your software engineers to be configuring servers. Most developers we know, don’t want to manage servers, and typically they are way better at programming than configuring AWS EC2 instances.
A fully loaded DevOps professional costs between $150,000 and $200,000 a year. The typical recommendation is that you need a DevOps team of 2 to 3 people so that people can go on vacation and avoid burnout in general.
DevOps is a full-time role. If you have developers managing infrastructure, then they aren’t writing code for your core business applications. You developers typically don’t have the training in networking and systems administration, so they are going to struggle with aspects of DevOps work they aren’t familiar with.
At Cloud Mechanics, we’ll be your Operations team managing part or all of your server infrastructure in AWS or Azure. We can help you migrate systems from on-premise, co-location, or between cloud providers.
What are examples of services Cloud Mechanics manages:
Improving Speed of Application Delivery
Building Resilient Systems
Governance & Auditing
Access to our services is managed through an on-going service agreement.