Don't strive for perfect: strive for released.

DevOps is a mindset, a culture and a set of technical practices providing communication, integration, automation and close cooperation among everyone involved in the planning, development, testing, implementation and release of a solution.

Introducing DevOps into an organization enables services to be launched in a quick, secure, agile and efficient manner, by means of collaboration between development and operations areas.

DevOps shifts the tradition of how IT is organized and how engineers interact.

Fast Delivery

Being swift and agile is critical for faster innovation, better adaptation to the market and greater commercial and business efficiency.

QA Control

Collaboration and communication among teams to ensure the quality of software and infrastructure changes.


Automation and consistency to effectively manage complex and dynamic systems, as well as development processes at any scale.


Automated compliance policies, detailed checks and management techniques without compromising security.

How long would it take your organization to deploy a change that involves just one single line of code?


  • Demand management.
  • Resource provisioning.
  • Project planning.


  • Continuous quality analysis.
  • Compartmentalization.
  • Agile management.


  • Process standardization.
  • Acceptance criteria.
  • Chained builds.


  • Automation of functional testing.
  • Test cycle management.
  • Environment provisioning.


  • Device control.
  • Configuration as code.
  • Changelog of previous versions.


  • Continuous rollout.
  • Centralized environment management.
  • Platform independence.


  • Automatic scaling of environments.
  • Infrastructure as code.
  • Resource management.


  • Alert and trigger services.
  • Service registration and discovery.
  • Information processing.


Merging of changes back to the main branch as often as possible. Changes are validated by creating a compilation and running automated tests.

Emphasis on testing automation to verify application functionality every time new changes are integrated into the main branch.


Continuous delivery is an extension of continuous integration, to ensure that new changes can be launched quickly and sustainably.

In addition to automated testing, the release process is also automated and the application can be deployed at any time.


Continuous deployment goes a step further than continuous delivery. Every change that goes through the stages of the production chain is released to the customer.

There is no human intervention, and only a failed test will prevent a new change from being implemented into production.

DevOps is not a goal, but a never ending process of continual improvement.


To work on maturing our teams’ DevOps, we rely on a transformation framework that indicates and establishes guidelines and criteria for measuring progress, along with techniques for continuous improvement.

Our Services


Guidance in the DevOps maturity process with the practices, tools and automations best suited to the needs of the business. Preparation of a roadmap for DevOps evolution in the organization.


Automation of processes for development, systems, business and management, with the aim of optimizing flow and ensuring quality while minimizing human error and increasing execution speed.