DevOps Kickstarter

Learn the principles of DevOps with your team to make your deployments easier, faster, and more secure. You’ll have our full support from start to finish.
Make your deployments easier
Tired of chaos during product development?
Let us help

Teams struggling to communicate?

Get user-friendly tools and practices for getting everyone on the same page.

Products too buggy?

Improve testing and branching strategy to minimize errors and security issues.

Development taking too long?

Help people work better together, so you can release products faster.

Take part in our tailor-made program for introducing DevOps practices to your team and address your customers' needs faster!

Easier collaboration

Forget about chaos – get a complete toolkit to work more effectively with multiple teams, internal or external.

Improved traceability

Don’t lose track of changes – gain a single place for documenting all requirements and updates, so you can easily identify releases and go back a version if needed.

Better code quality

Get rid of bugs – introduce robust quality assurance processes to release more secure products.

Faster deployments

Save time – get clear guidelines to follow and a common language for all involved teams, and enjoy a smoother and more efficient development.

Get in touch now to get started with DevOps!

What is the plan?

We will help you introduce the DevOps approach to your organization in 3 simple steps:

1 Initial workshop

We will estimate your team’s preparedness for DevOps practices and identifying areas for improvement. You’ll complete a practical exercise in using the Scrum framework and Azure DevOps.

2 Joint DevOps work

Take part in additional workshops detailing the principles of DevOps. You’ll take advantage of our knowledge, tools and best practices. We will help you set up CI/CD pipelines.

3 DevOps-enabled team

You will have a cross-disciplinary team and a tried & tested project template available to use going forward. Your team will be fully ready to work using DevOps principles.

Why us?

We use DevOps in our daily work, and have introduced it to many of our clients. See what they have to say.

The solutions implemented by Predica have made a very positive impact on the way we work at Polpharma. Thanks to enterprise social platform it’s easier to communicate and collaborate with each other, even in dispersed teams, and the information has become more accessible for every employee.
Jarosław Herrmann
Digital Transformation and Corporate Communication Expert
Getting Dynamics 365 and Azure into our IT landscape in a smart way helped us cut meaningless work of our staff. And Predica has been instrumental in this. They proved to be a fast, reliable partner, proactively proposing improvements and using common sense when deploying new technology.
Rickard Wetteholm
Euromaster Business Architect and Project Manager

We know DevOps from experience

Our people have similar background when it comes to delivering results in the fast-changing tech world. We’ve spent many hours (and dollars) on advancing our skills, both in theory and in practice.

We’ve got a track record of delivering within scope

Our consultants helped clients from several industries to achieve their goals using DevOps tools and practices to address cloud-specific challenges.


times more likely to
use repeatable testing patterns


times more likely to
improve their tooling


times more likely to
use configuration management tools for standarizing deployments


times more likely to

make monitoring and alerting configurable by teams

Get in touch with us and take your free assessment now!

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