Technology Managed services is the practice of outsourcing the responsibility for maintaining, managing and monitoring a wide range of IT processes. Managed Services reduces operational costs, and allows organizations to focus on what they do best. That is to focus on their business whether that is in manufacturing, finance or shipping.
With IT being very complex, and getting more complicated as newer technologies emerge and change being the only constant, Managed Services are helping businesses big and small stay ahead. The term MSP traditionally was applied to infrastructure or device-centric types of services but has expanded to include any continuous, regular management, maintenance and support.
Netzary is one of the specialists in Managed Services providing services to organizations in ensuring their IT practices run smoothly and efficiently.
We keep a small army of well trained technology experts and engineers whose only focus is to Make IT Work, which is also our motto.
We have a decade plus of experience in Managed Services, starting with system operations mainly surrounding Linux. We graduated to offering cloud operations(cloudops), moved to Devops and Secops, and finally mastering DevSecops.
Our range of technical skills is wide, and today we manage a large set of critical assets which includes
Over 4000 servers
Over 200 business applications
Over 5 Petabytes of Data
We work with customers across the globe in domains ranging from BFSI, Manufacturing, Defense, Space and Research.
Customers trust us with not just managing their devices, but their strategic IT assets and business processes.
The 3M Approach
We believe we need to monitor every asset we manage, and maintain every asset we monitor. The 3M philosophy is interconnected and forms the core of our Managed Services Practice.
To ensure customer success and satisfaction we have perfected the 3M approach with a number of nifty improvements by absorbing various best practices. We have borrowed heavily, and innovated frequently from ideas such as Scrum, Agile Development, eXtreme programming, Design Thinking among others.
We have also built several tools for infrastructure management practices and our developers have contributed code and bug reports to many free and open source tools used in areas we specialize.
DevOps is an amalgamation of ideas, practices, and tools that increases an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services rapidly. Adopting Devops often changes an organization’s software development culture, and often results in incredible productivity spurts.
Netzary helps organizations traverse through this cultural change, in a conducive, adaptive, SLA driven service model.
We deliver the same using best of breed open source software.
Talk to us, how we can deliver a Zero License cost Devops environment in your organization.
DevSecOps stands for development, security, and operations.
This is where culture meets code and where code meets security.DevOps isn't just about development and operations teams. If you want to take full advantage of the agility and responsiveness of a DevOps approach, IT security also needs to play an integrated role in the entire lifecycle of your applications.
Why is that? In the past, the role of security was reserved for a specific team at the final stage of development. It wasn't that problematic when development cycles took months or even years, but those days are gone. Effective DevOps enables fast and frequent development cycles, but legacy security practices can undo even the most productive DevOps initiatives.
Now, in the collaborative framework of DevOps, security is an end-to-end integrated, shared responsibility. This is such an important mindset that it has led some to coin the term «DevSecOps» to highlight the need to build a security foundation for DevOps initiatives.
DevSecOps means rethinking application and infrastructure security. It also means automating some security gates to avoid slowing down the DevOps workflow. Choosing the right tools to continually integrate security, such as agreeing on an integrated development environment with security features, can help achieve these goals. However, effective DevOps security requires more than new tools; It builds on the cultural changes of DevOps to integrate the work of security teams sooner or later.