DevOps for the Financial Services
Shorten end-to-end lifecycle by removing manual wait-times for scheduled deployments.
Why DevOps for Financial Services?
In order to comply with the changing requirements and remain competitive in the market, financial industries have to leverage all the benefits and best practices of modern IT technology to ensure the reliability of product releases, the uninterrupted end-user experience along with reduced operational expenses.
DevOps brings value to the market in a more efficient and better way. It allows financial services to enhance the quality of the application and also makes the whole process of meeting the security standards, compliance and governance strategies easier.
Reduced Potential Threats
DevOps practices mitigate potential security problems and help organizations discover issues and address threats more quickly. Organizations embrace automation practices as a security blanket that enables and enforces security, and audit requirements.
DevOps breaks down functional silos and remove friction between teams by orchestrating all aspects of the software delivery pipeline in order to create predictable processes that can run frequently and with less human intervention.
DevOps provides enterprises with an effective approach to eliminate risk from software releases and support the ever-growing demand for more frequent application updates. It automates the entire end-to-end pipeline and complete release process.
Challenges in Financial Services
PWSLab to the rescue
Benefits of PWSLab in Financial Services
PWSLab implementation eliminates the security problems before it becomes a major threat and scales the IT processes across the whole enterprise, thus allowing an end-to-end and vigorous pathway to production.
Adopt DevOps using PWSLab
Using our methodology and philosophy of implementing DevOps an organization can migrate to DevOps in six simple steps.
PWSLab continuous integration produces lots of data about the mobile application, regressions, and compatibility of each developer’s contribution, and discovering issues at an early stage, and makes better time consumption and schedule estimating easier and more accurate.
Organizations use PWSLab version control, source code management (SCM), practices for merging code and notifying everyone about the build status. Branching needs to go inline with the entire development team and the same procedures must be used by all contributors.
Continuous testing basically means testing each regression, build, and continuously practice this throughout the development lifecycle. Early testing, validation, and frequent testing ensure the quality of the application and issues associated with it can be tackled using PWSLab.
The packaging step includes tools for package repositories and other storage mechanisms for the binaries created in the build step. This step clearly supports the goal of continuous deployment to package and release new versions of applications (with new features) to end-users.
PWSLab helps in packaging and deploying an application from development to production. It allows organizations to plan and execute releases, provide a single collaboration portal for all stakeholders in a release and provide traceability for its components.
PWSLab continuous monitoring provides data and metrics to organizations to evaluate all different functions of the process: development, operations, testing/QA, personnel and other individuals involved in the process and it should be measured in the process itself.