As organizations move towards embracing DevOps, they are often hobbled by the manual configuration and management of infrastructure. This includes virtual machines, container orchestration and runtime platforms, operating systems, storage, networks, application servers, build management and workflow tools, and just about anything that supports enterprise software.
Infrastructure as Code
At Oteemo we believe in ensuring a stable, resilient and versionable infrastructure by treating it all as code. Using industry standard configuration management and automation tools we promote consistency, reliability and security compliance, eliminating errors and snowflake configurations as we go. We like to keep our solutions simple and flexible, involving client personnel intimately in its creation. Our unique mentoring methodology transfers the knowledge to operate and expand the solution to fit evolving needs to them throughout the engagement. This strategy eliminates the room for human error, removes configuration drift between various environments, drives consistency and predictability and moves an organization towards operating with maximum efficiency.
Our Automation Services
Our Infrastructure Automation services are designed to automate provisioning and management of all parts of an organization’s infrastructure. This includes but is not limited to:
- Lifecycle management of virtual machines in the cloud and datacenter, from creation to retirement.
- Installation and configuration of application servers from single node to complex cluster configurations.
- Provisioning of complex yet versionable N-tier application environments with a click of a button.
- Installation and configuration of COTS platforms on-premise and in the cloud
- Installation of complex production-ready container platforms in the cloud and data center.
- Implementation of bespoke software pipelines.
Cloud and Provider Agnostic
Our Infrastructure Automation solution is provider agnostic and can seamlessly work in a customer’s data center on a physical or virtualized platform, or any cloud provider such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud.