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DevOps Optimisation & Services

DevOps Optimisation & Services

We won’t sugar-coat it; successfully adopting DevOps practices is not easy. Business no longer has months to deliver software, it’s weeks and even days. Meeting customer expectations on time, every time, is a successful DevOps outcome.

Planit’s DevOps services, built on decades of successful automation and process expertise, enables customers to improve software quality and deliver product faster.

DevOps Principles

An environment where innovation is encouraged, automation is expected, and continuous improvement is business as usual. Software development requires collaboration where everyone is a stakeholder, with tools to support team visibility and traceability.

  • People to cultivate team collaboration

  • Process to accelerate and innovate

  • Tools to automate and provide team visibility


DevOps Pipeline

Planit views DevOps in six critical segments. Before embarking on a DevOps journey, it is important to measure current capability in each area and establish or validate a future state.

Since DevOps isn’t a one size fits all solution, customers only need to adopt relevant aspects. This includes:

  • Planning & Definition
  • Developing & Building
  • Testing
  • Releasing & Deploying
  • Monitoring & Reviewing
  • Continuous Improvement

Plan & Define

Planning sets the tone for an effective software development lifecycle. Visibility and traceability are key to accurate estimation, which is a catalyst for trust and collaboration.

  • Visibility

    Project team visibility. From stakeholders to release engineers to operations – everyone is a part of the team.

  • Collaborative Planning

    Planning is a team effort. Balance exists between business need and technical bandwidth.

  • Retrospective

    Each iteration is followed by honest evaluation. What worked, what didn't work, and what can be improved upon.

  • Traceability

    Business requirements are traced to user stories, coding tasks, builds, tests, and deployments.

Develop & Build

Building quality software starts with standards and well-defined processes. It is critical to automate wherever possible so that developers can focus on developing.

  • Standards

    Standards and processes define how product is securely built, tested and deployed. They ensure software is maintainable and extendable.

  • Version Control

    Every change is controlled, visible, and traceable throughout the project lifecycle.

  • Continuous Integration

    A practice of workflow that enforces developer collaboration to enable a shift left testing strategy.

  • Tools

    Fit for purpose tools and frameworks are leveraged to support your requirements, processes and technologies.


Product quality is measured almost instantaneously when your test assets support a continuous delivery model.

  • Functional

    Testing of user stories at the client UI validates the business needs have been met.

  • Integration

    Testing of the interfaces between system components validates total application integrity.

  • Performance

    Validates the downstream components of the client app respond within stated response times.

  • Service Virtualisation

    Shift left, test early. Use intelligent stubs to validate an application when components are missing.

Release & Deploy

Frequent releases are critical to getting product into the hands of your customer, and the driver of the continuous feedback loop.

  • Visibility

    If the DevOps pipeline is not visible to the team, you are not ready to deploy software.

  • Feedback

    Information is immediately available to the team for issue resolution and process improvement.

  • Automation

    “It worked in my environment” is not an acceptable statement. Consistent tools and processes are required in the delivery lifecycle.

  • Continuous

    Consistent and repeatable processes enable safe and reliable product deployments.

Monitor & Review

Infrastructure and application monitoring provides performance and early warning indicators, which are critical to protect and improve the customer experience.

  • Rapid Diagnosis

    Continuous monitoring and reporting of infrastructure health enables rapid identification of issues and timely remediation.

  • Metrics

    If it can’t be measured it can’t be improved. Metrics promote learning, repair and prevention.

  • Performance

    Validate performance of system and application behaviour against required SLAs.

  • Customer Experience

    Rapid diagnosis, metrics, and performance are the key drivers of a positive customer experience.

Continuous Improvement

Continuous improvement is a culture that evolves through successful DevOps implementation.

  • Innovation

    Software must address customer needs while responding to market demand.

  • Experimentation

    Mistakes are part of the improvement process, experimentation is encouraged.

  • Technical Debt

    No band-aids, fixes occur at the source and flow through the product lifecycle.

  • Continuous Everything

    Predictability is achieved through repetition.

DevOps Process Optimisation (DPO)

Planit DPO is a low risk, low cost, high value program that follows a proven process modelled on success.

DevOps Landscape

To create an environment where innovation is encouraged, automation is expected, and continuous improvement is business as usual.

  • All for One, One for All

    Everyone understands the business value of a software development project. Ownership is shared for both success and failure.

  • Execute

    Software development requires collaboration where everyone is a stakeholder, with tools to support team visibility and traceability.

  • Automation

    “Continuous Everything” is the automation of repeatable processes that focus on frequency, reliability and speed to market. Select the right tools for the right process.

  • Continuous Feedback Loops

    Learning never ends.

Maturity Assessment

DevOps Maturity Model: Initial, Managed, Defined, Measured, Optimised

DPO: A Structured Engagement

  • Review

    An independent assessment of maturity, capability, readiness and awareness of DevOps practices.

  • Findings

    DevOps maturity scorecard of current and desired target states, and detailed findings of opportunities and primary barriers to overcome for success.

  • Roadmap

    Plan, actions and priorities to achieve the target state, timeline for adoption, and key automation and process enablers.

  • Recommendations

    DevOps adoption approaches and efficiencies to be realised.

  • Implementation

    Adopt relevant aspects of the DevOps journey with Planit as your trusted implementation partner.


Did you miss our DevOps Toolchain Webinar?

This recorded webinar provides a technical demonstration of an integrated DevOps toolchain showing the right type of automation to support DevOps process improvement and cultural transformation.

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“Our knowledge and time was limited within the development team when it came to testing and integrating this into our complete Continuous Integration solution. The Planit solution gives our developers fast feedback into the code quality and in turn, ensures a stable and testable application.”

Harry Christodoulou, Panviva

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