Indellient partners with Chef to enhance DevOps services

With this partnership, Indellient plans to provide their clients with tools, content and resources to continuously develop expertise in DevOps



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Indellient, a provider of software development and application migration solutions has announced its latest technology partnership with Chef, a company that facilitates IT automation, with an aim to expand skill sets and tools within their DevOps portfolio.

“Using DevOps, organizations can make the most out of their investment in the cloud by being able to manage enterprise/mission critical infrastructure operations in an agile, reliable and cost effective way”, states Damith Karunaratne, Partner and Director, Client Solutions, Indellient.

“The partnership with Chef is very exciting for Indellient as it allows us to leverage some of the best DevOps tools in the marketplace to drive innovation and deliver reliable and scalable enterprise solutions to match demand of our more forward-looking customers”, added Damith.

Recognizing the value of DevOps tools and methodologies for its clients, Indellient claims to have taken the steps to become a Chef partner where members are provided with tools, content and resources to continuously develop expertise and best practices.

Currently, the company is merging its clients’ existing processes with the DevOps approach and Chef methodologies. This allows Indellient to help their clients enable specific areas/applications within their business.

The company also plans to complete the Chef certification programs and take an active role within its partnership, including the building of enterprise-ready cookbooks that can be leveraged across the entire organization. By staying on top of Chef development methodologies and leading practices, the team at Indellient believes that it will be able to reduce operational costs while increasing agility and reliability for clients.

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