Putting people at the center
Until 2010, software development was often a house divided. Development teams wrote code and operations teams deployed and managed that code, causing slower deployment cycles and issue resolution.
With Ad Hoc’s DevOps capabilities, agencies can join development and operations to dramatically increase the speed at which teams can deliver applications and functionality to users. In addition, our holistic approach allows customers to see broad benefits across their technology teams and digital products.
DevOps is a combination of infrastructure and tools that allow development teams to rapidly get changes to software in front of users without requiring work from another team. DevOps infrastructure can give stakeholders the confidence that their systems will be:
How Ad Hoc used foundational systems and knowledge of agency constraints to go from zero code to launch in less than a month.
DevOps practices allow teams to deliver applications and services at a high velocity, evolving and improving products at a faster pace than organizations using traditional software development and infrastructure management processes.
DevOps teams own the tooling and infrastructure that make agile iterations possible while strengthening cybersecurity and system resilience. It enables organizations to better serve their customers and meet the requirements of their mission.
By adopting DevOps as an operation methodology, agencies can expect a number of benefits:
Automation of processes that historically have been manual and slow
Technology built for reliability and evolution
Tools to help engineers work faster and complete tasks independently
A process that increases speed while ensuring quality
Learn how DevOps can improve how your teams deliver software.