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Check out our latest case study to see how we helped our client cut testing costs by 80%, reduced testing time per release by 94% and significantly sped up the time to market, all by implementing our faster, safer, smaller testing model and creating a fully-integrated TesOps team. And as if that’s not enough, we also increased the automation of the support process to 80% and helped deliver an amazing customer experience.
Recently nominated as finalists in the DevOps Industry Awards for the third year running, here Brickendon shares the success of our most recent DevOps transformation project. The act of combining development and operations can have a significant positive impact on a business.
Successful automation is not about removing humans from the workplace, it is about using automation to carry out routine tasks and freeing up humans to add value in other areas. Implemented correctly, it has the potential to save businesses millions of pounds. Here we look at the benefits increased automation can bring.
Brickendon’s DevOps expertise has been recognised in the DevOps industry awards, with finalist nominations in two categories. This is the third consecutive year Brickendon has been nominated.
We already saved one of the world’s largest banks $20m a year by implementing a global DevOps programme. Come and see us at the Cloud & DevOps world summit to find out how much our award-nominated experts could save you.
Information Age showcases Brickendon’s DevOps expertise with a case study which saved a global bank $20m a year. Read on to find out about the real benefits of a successful DevOps programme.
Twice nominated as finalists in the DevOps Industry Awards, Brickendon successfully implemented a global DevOps programme that increased software releases by 45 per cent and reduced business-impacting incidents by 43 per cent. Check out our case study here.
Successfully switching to a DevOps way of working is not just about business change, but also about a change in mindset. To reap the full benefits of Brickendon’s DevOps approach the whole business needs to embrace the concept.