DevOps as a Service

We empower companies by offering continual measurements for achievement, on-demand demonstrations, and milestones for approvals and rejections. Downtime and repetition cost money: allow your team’s talent to break through by automating your workloads.

How Will You Approach Your DevOps Journey?

Devops as a service is a pay as you go model based professional service. Our DevOps consultants will help enterprises to deliver faster, reduce delivery cycle times and increase agility, ultimately resulting in better software, greater market differentiation, and enhanced business competitiveness.

Combining agile and consultative methodologies, AWS best practices and automated tools, we help you implement continuous integration and delivery pipelines and automate infrastructure provisioning and management. 

Our DevOps teams help you release code faster, more frequently, and more securely via;

Infrastructure as Code


CI/CD Pipelines


Logging, monitoring, and observability


Botgate AWS DevOps Transformation

Botgate offers a hybrid (bot + human) service model with artificial intelligence (ai) solutions. This service model transforms the sales processes of its integrated customers into a live chat with artificial intelligence-based bots instead of boring form content. Botgate customers, according to the demands of the people or institutions who want to buy their products, make a quick introduction about their products via chat, and ensure that many sales are realized without the human factor. Botgate offers this service to its customers with fast integration through all platforms that can reach people. For example, Web widget, Whatsapp, Instagram for business, Slack, Microsoft teams, Facebook messenger, webhook, google analytics and many more.

Hadi Aws DevOps Transformation

Noor released the first version of Hadi while partnered with one of Turkey’s more prominent on-premises data centers, hosting the architecture on reserved virtual machines. However, the lack of automatic scalability meant that Noor had to overprovision so that it would have the resources it might need, which was not cost effective. The manual scaling also required enlisting the help of the system operations team, resulting in human resources costs on top of high infrastructure