Quisitive’s High Gear for GitHub offering enables organizations to quickly understand the importance of employing a strong DevOps foundation that leverages the power of GitHub Enterprise to maximize developer velocity to drive business agility through a two (2) week immersive engagement.
In today’s competitive business environment, implementing the right tools will make a world of difference for efficiency and visibility, critical for business success. GitHub Enterprise provides the platform to drive collaboration, knowledge, and velocity using the same concepts that have made Open Source systems a win for small and large organizations alike while providing the necessary enterprise security and governance for internal use for successful InnerSourcing.
Our long-standing partnership with Microsoft and Advanced Specialization in Modern Application Development are rooted in our deep understanding of what it takes to successfully connect technology to valuable business outcomes.
We understand that different industries and companies have different needs and constraints. Whether you have just started your modem application journey or have already made it down the road, Quisitive will meet you where you are to help accomplish your goals.
Shift Development Velocity into High Gear
Explore Our High Gear for GitHub Approach
First Gear: DevOps Fundamentals
This first step is establishing a common understanding of DevOps principles, processes, and tools to ensure organizational understanding and alignment.
- Organizational Knowledge
- Organizational Alignment
Second Gear: Governance and Security
The right governance and policies for code repositories, security for the software supply chain, and templates are established to ensure consistency and visibility.
- Project configuration and guidelines
- Repository policies, templates, and workflow
- Software supply chain security
Third Gear: Pipeline Automation
Pipeline automation starts with building code in a repeatable way (Continuous Integration or CI) and the automated release into an environment (Continuous Delivery or CD).
- CI with GitHub Actions
- CD with GitHub Actions