Our Process



The planning phase gathers requirements and feedback from the customers to build a product roadmap for future development guidance. This stage covers before the developer starts writing the code and also involves understanding the project's vision to track the issues on various perceptions for the project's progress.


This stage is a crucial and core component of the entire DevOps lifecycle in which the developer focuses on coding on any platform to flourish the product for the customer. The seamless process of generating new source code into existing code aims to build agile development with securities.




In this phase, the developer builds the basic version of the product by requesting an end-to-end integration and test codebase to identify any regression. The continuous checking in the development lifecycle minimizes breaking bugs that arise when working on a shared codebase and increases security validation.


Testing is a verification process that focuses on the actual use of an application in DevOps. In this phase, manual and automated tests are performing to ensure that the application is steady in the live environment. Testing assures flawless functionality and surface bugs of the product that may require fixing and sent to development stages for improvement and updating the source code.




This stage involves continuous analysis and integrates the built process in a different environment. Developers assess the application's performance promptly to make the required changes and approve the release of the new milestone. Thus, continuous feedback is a significant asset for improving the version of current software applications to authorize a release into production.


The iterative phase is an absolute update to the code base and remains active in the Devops lifecycle even after the production of the application. In this stage, codes are executed on the server and configure the application code consistently throughout the production that fixes the changes without affecting the working of high-traffic websites.




The stage involves the new product being live in the market to accelerate the application's release to the users rapidly and worth fully. This phase aims to collect customer feedback on product services to detect issues and produce an efficient application that attracts more customers.


This stage is the final operational phase of the DevOps lifecycle for analyzing the usage of the application and collecting customers' feedback to track the problematic areas. The interpretation of application parameters eliminates the risk of downtime failure and enhances the efficiency of the software application for better productivity.