WSM Unveils New DevOps Services Division

By CIOReview | Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ST. CLAIR SHORES, MI: WSM International, server migration services provider has launched a DevOps services division that offers assessment, consulting and implementation to large enterprises and organizations with complex infrastructures.

The main aim of DevOps is fusing information technology with operations to optimize the computing infrastructure according to the specific needs of the organization. By 2016, DevOps will evolve from a niche strategy employed by large cloud providers to a mainstream strategy employed by 25 percent of Global 2000 organizations,” reads Gartner’s recent press release.

WSM focuses on the main benefit DevOps, which is cost saving. For example, at a recent customer deployment, the total number of servers was reduced from 200 to 60 by using clustering technology and redesigning the application and data base software structure. Now, with auto scaling based on traffic loads, resources can be allocated specifically for peak load times while conserving resources at other times.

Certified WSM engineers are proficient in a variety of DevOps tools – including Puppet, Chef and SaltStack – that can be applied to the customer’s specific needs. Using these t8ools enables organizations to automate how they build, deploy and manage their infrastructure. The result is a more flexible, agile IT infrastructure that accommodates business needs.

The WSM DevOps practice provides customers with benefits, such as accountability, security and ongoing support and training of customer’s staff.