Today, DevSecOps Engineering has not just become mainstream to application development, but has also become the key driver for profitability, customer satisfaction, and agility. Over the years, the scope of DevSecOps services has been widening to include newer practices that enable faster release and better stability of applications. For any organization, this is making the adoption of a DevSecOps model a complex task, especially when they want to see business benefits being realized out of it. Having realized this and that DevSecOps methodology is holistic, organizations are carefully planning their DevSecOps strategy and investing to have a standardized DevSecOps methodology and a DevSecOps framework. Furthermore, the focus is to build DIY DevSecOps platforms, using which developers can themselves setup CI-CD pipelines and application monitoring dashboards using self-service options. Most of the organizations today are investing heavily in DevSecOps capabilities and working to create a roadmap for its adoption.
Enterprise-wide implementation of DevSecOps services and DevSecOps solutions is especially tricky as it entails addressing the following challenges:
- Tools standardization and cost optimization
- Cultural impact of large-scale changes
- Existing infrastructure and support services
Our DevSecOps Engineering capabilities are bolstered by our extensive experience in a wide range of IT implementations. We have completed over 100 transitions leveraging DevSecOps tools for automation and Agile application life cycle management. Our dedicated SMEs and R&D teams have leveraged HCL’s center of excellence (CoE) to build future-proof IT solutions.
With a robust ecosystem of partners, including tool developers and platform providers, we are cognizant of the needs of the DevSecOps community with regards to DevSecOps consulting. We ensure quantifiable outcomes, measured in terms of release frequency, lead time to production, and mean time to recover.