DevOps Services

Many of the problems of promising applications are born from the lack of interaction between the developers, the executive team, and the maintenance team. Some issues in the production process can be challenging to overcome if the team does not have a clear and proactive vision of the software creation process. Implementing a DevOps pipeline is designed to solve this headache by establishing a common thread between the company's different departments.


DevOps is a set of tools and methodology for optimizing and automating programming, allowing you to see the path from the beginning of the project to the final release. This technology is relatively young, and its implementation requires knowledge of advanced programming trends and a deep understanding of the programming process. Many companies cannot have full-time DevOps engineers, assigning these roles to other professionals.

Skyline Infinite Technologies offers DevOps pipeline design services that will consolidate, facilitate, and automate processes from the first line of code to deployment.

Faster development life cycle

One of the primary purposes of implementing a DevOps pipeline is to introduce an automatic programming model, decrease the number of manual operations, and facilitate going on the market for all participants of the task.


With our DevOps services, you will be able to establish productive cooperation between different departments, resulting in shorter programming cycles and getting crucial feedback.

Effective security solutions

DevOps assumes an increase in product security. A robust backend is essential for successful software, and DevOps allows us to identify the weak points in the application's structure, data solutions, and connected components.


Many approaches can be used in DevOps pipeline development, but we use a few proven practices to ensure a smooth and easy transition of code from one stage to the next.

Accelerated development lifecycle

This is an approach to converting a small block of code written by developers into a single code repository. This makes testing easier because you can do QA with each block without waiting for everyone to finish their tasks.

Put development into a flow

This is an extension of the first principle. Once the blocks are turned into something that can be released, the code is deployed in a near-real-world environment. The frequency of these mini-releases can be varied, but in general, they should occur as often as possible. As a result, when the final product goes to market, the customer can be assured that it has been tested.

Continuous deployment

Allows developers to automate the building approach, eliminate human error and reduce manual operations.