Enterprise DevOps

Bring DevOps at scale without renouncing stability, security, and agility.

API economy, containerization, and cloud-native technologies have brought new complexities to the IT world. Meanwhile, innovation velocity has become faster than before and now corporations need to focus on delivering business value directly to their customers.

To answer these needs, companies should adopt a solid DevOps practice and standardize a common set of automation tools and approaches, scaling them to the whole company infrastructure. This is a difficult transition to accomplish, especially for large enterprises with big IT teams, operational issues, departmental regulations, and both internal and external constraints.

Mia-Platform enables Enterprise DevOps with a smooth and linear approach.

Shift your DevOps into Enterprise DevOps
with Mia-Platform Console

Enterprise DevOps as a single source of truth for the IT Factory

Centralize the management and unify the experience to ensure software artifact quality and standardized delivery processes. Ensure consistency and traceability among the full software lifecycle. Leverage a universal repository for different types of binaries, container images, environments, and more. Avoid siloed processes or snowflake configurations with full visibility across the entire pipeline and organization.

Built-in DevSecOps practices

Make your services Secured by Design, from development to production, even the ones with OSS dependencies. Fulfill compliance requests by universal security standards across environments, containers, and applications. Make your CI/CD pipeline safe with automated security checks. Set up governance rules for security and compliance policies that follow your companies DevSecOps needs.

Cloud or legacy doesn’t matter

Enterprise DevOps supports both cloud-native and legacy applications to easily manage the entire software lifecycle. It allows managing delivery pipelines across mixed environments of on-prem, hybrid, or multi-cloud infrastructure.

Embrace Agility

Don’t get stuck on industry changes and technological progress. Enterprise DevOps gives you the advantage to catch innovation faster with a streamlined and automated set of processes.

Factors to consider while implementing Enterprise DevOps strategies

Tools and Language diversity
Tools and Languages Diversity

Companies are struggling with a myriad of tools chosen in years of software development. At the same time, dev teams use different languages and have different know-how to deliver artifacts. Luckily, Enterprise DevOps and Mia-Platform support multiple stacks and automation that support these scenarios.

Legacy System
Legacy Applications

Legacy applications are critical components to consider while implementing Enterprise DevOps. Mia-Platform Console allows decoupling different systems of record, offloading any legacy systems and so ensuring a smooth transition to Enterprise DevOps.

Complex dependencies
Complex Dependencies

The larger the company is, the more complex its architecture is. Breaking changes of code can affect core services causing a domino effect. Mia-Platform Console solves and avoids dependencies risks with automated and consistent processes.

Production Downtime

Maintaining all the services (or the core ones at least) up&running is a challenge for every company: especially now that users access applications 24/7, using different devices. Mia‑Platform Console ensures applications uptime with self‑monitoring, self‑correction, and automatic scaling.

Multiple and hybrid
On-prem, Multiple and Hybrid Environments

Managing cloud resources can be complex and challenging. Mia‑Platform Console facilitates Enterprise DevOps by managing cloud resources on hybrid, on-prem, and multi-cloud environments.

Embrace Enterprise DevOps with Mia-Platform

Agility, collaboration, automation, communication, and legacy compatibility in a single tool

How to enable Enterprise DevOps Transformation

  • Baby steps: before scaling DevOps, make it work and then expand throughout the entire company;
  • Integration first: make software tools and workflows available to multiple teams;
  • Holistic view: DevOps affects all the enterprise’s aspects. When integrating workflows, think about all the aspects that influence software delivery;
  • Cultural Approach: DevOps is an approach and it should be included in the company culture;
  • Platform Team: the key to the success of Enterprise DevOps is a dedicated platform team responsible for selecting the tools and providing a consistent and standardized process to all developers.
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