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The value of DevOps increases with scale, where issues of security, performance and efficiency become paramount.

We define DevOps as the care of everything between the application (e.g. your website) and the browser (the client), including the environments to run the applications. 

The value of DevOps increases with scale, whether in the form of traffic, complexity, risk or team size. Lack of attention to DevOps results in bottlenecks, inability to load the applications, a poor customer experience, and bandits able to hijack your application for nefarious use. 

Security is a particular point of emphasis in DevOps. Understanding where all the traffic is coming from is key to preventing a high-cost incident, and that understanding needs to cover all the layers between the browser and the core application code, and which tools to use to counter which threats. 

DevOps also optimizes development and deployment workflow, and if you’ve witnessed your team burn hours (or days / weeks / months) spent churning on “getting environments to work,” just imagine the return on not having that problem ever again. 

The DevOps toolkit is ever changing and can include:

How should you deploy (and budget for) these tools to fortify security, increase performance and turn the anguished coder cries of “I can’t get local working!” into a happily humming symphony of delighted developers? 

Our DevOps Crew

Laura Helms

Laura Helms

Born & raised in the Pacific Northwest. When I’m not at my computer, you’ll likely find me in the woods,…

Jory Goehle

Jory Hiner

I have an unwavering love for simplicity and a profound passion for people. To me, genuine kindness comes from clear…

Collin Jensen Software Engineer

Collin Jensen

I’m a web developer committed to building a brighter, more meaningful future for all through powerful and engaging websites and…

Forrest Moulton

I am a father and husband first. A full stack engineer with a T in anything JS and a strong…

Neel Patel

Neel enjoys a great cupcake, an adventurous trip, and a good nap. Code is truth.

Zach Turner

Zach Turner

I am a developer and storyteller. When I’m not turning ideas into code, you can find me playing tennis, listening…

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