We setup all the automation to control the standing up and of your VPCs, VPNs, monitoring stacks, and Kubernetes clusters using tools like Cloudformation, Chef, Ansible or Puppet.
Once changes are detected in your application’s version control, continuous integration will run the build process which creates a Docker image and ships it to your Docker registry. Additionally, for quality assurance purposes a user acceptance testing environment creates a version of the application in your cluster. Regressions are captured in the pipeline and stopped at the door prior to getting to production.
Once tests pass and the team is satisfied, the GitOps workflow updates the application running in higher environments.
Once your application has been deployed, you can then proactively monitor your infrastructure to instantly detect issues with your deployments and alert the team. Logs are aggregated, shipped, and backed up automatically.
If issues arise from failed deployments, server outages, transaction locks in your database causing 500s, scalability concerns causing application reaping, our 24x7 AWS Managed support team can handle incident management for your infrastructure. We also proactively maintain your infrastructure by handling security and patch management, health checks of your infrastructure, service upgrades, monitoring and backups.