CDW’s comprehensive partner and infrastructure portfolio and DevOps services team bridge any gaps that may exist between development and operations. Enhance your organizational processes by optimizing tools and infrastructure across departments and disciplines – as well as Infrastructure as Code, cloud, containerization, security and CI/CD pipelines.
Infrastructure as Code
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a foundational pillar of DevOps that allows organizations to better serve business initiatives. By managing infrastructure through code and software development techniques, IaC allows for custom scripts that can automate provisioning, security and more. IaC offers huge business advantages, but it can be a challenge to design, implement and then fully equip your teams with IaC knowledge and create a culture of information sharing throughout your organization. Our DevOps team provides complete training to shore up knowledge gaps and ensure your team has all the tools to become successful with IaC.
Containerization and App Monitorization
Application monitorization takes legacy apps into an agile development process and makes them cloud-ready. To do so, containers allow businesses to virtualize applications, breaking them into individual pieces that can be delivered and patched faster than ever before. But modernizing legacy applications can be a huge undertaking as you change existing IT practices, technologies and tools. CDW consultants can help you choose the most efficient containerization solution for your business, create an agile development environment and eliminate unnecessary hardware costs.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) refers to the integration of development teams and day-to-day data center operations. CI/CD involves breaking down organizational silos so that teams can work together to deploy code as fast as possible without interrupting business operations. CDW can help you develop a culture of collaboration for total CI/CD. From collaboration tools to code repository solutions to building a development pipeline, our experts are here to support seamless cooperation across your organization.
Cloud and Governance
A cloud-native approach to DevOps can deliver instant business insights and control costs by making it easy to monitor consumption and usage rates. But the best cloud tools allow you to be infrastructure agnostic. No matter what platform you’re on – AWS, Azure and more – CDW can provide you with industry-leading tools that help you manage public, private or multiclouds and govern permissions on each platform.
Cloud-native application security – even down to the container level – is critical to keeping your business up and running. But as you evolve your cloud platform and DevOps strategy, it can become complicated to find security solutions that meet the unique requirements of your infrastructure. CDW has years of experience in implementing industry-leading cloud and container security solutions from major partners. Keep security simple while ensuring that your applications are not using compromised repositories and that code is updated, bug-free and can keep customer and corporate data safe.
Monitoring and AI Operations
Monitoring of applications and infrastructure is a huge business advantage of DevOps. CDW offers granular solutions that can monitor applications down to the container level, allowing your company to make quicker decisions. CDW can also help you automate applications to meet organizational needs faster, as well as create applications that perform tasks consistently and eliminate inefficiencies in environment spinup and IT silos. Together, monitoring, automation and advanced AI solutions offer quick, powerful analytics that drive better business decision-making.
Featured DevOps Partners
CDW’s DevOps team partners with local, national and global organizations to help bridge the gap between IT and business groups. Our experts bring an average of 20 years of experience to every assessment, consultation and engagement, and have a deep knowledge of the evolving tools and processes that drive DevOps success.