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Day2Ops

Operational know-how is essential to sustainable cloud success. That’s why Day2Ops - Operational Capability of your workload on the day immediately after production rollout - is so important. OpsGuru can help you with your operational aspects: CI/CD, security and observability.

Cloud-native Adoption can be Challenging

Operating on the cloud has been a significant challenge to many companies, because of the following:

Learning Path

Learning Path

It takes time to adopt new resource types and tooling running on a completely new system

Complexity

Complexity

During the transition between legacy workloads to cloud-native computing, the system becomes a heterogeneous set of services. Each of the services oen has its own characteristics and require different metrics and skillset to operate day-to-day.

Fast pace of change

Fast pace of change

Features are being added to cloud services at an increasing pace, regardless of vendors. Now engineers not only need to learn how to best take advantage of the new cloud services but also how to operate such new features.

Day2Ops is the Pillar of Cloud Success

OpsGuru offers Day2 as the key feature of cloud workloads. Ultimately, our goal is to ensure that our clients are able to operate on Day 2 when the product is running in production.

Features of Day2Ops

Observability

Observability is the ability to infer the internal state of a system from external outputs. Often it is further divided into monitoring, logging, tracing and analytics.

CI/CD

Observability is the ability to infer the internal state of a system from external outputs. Oen it is further divided into monitoring, logging, tracing and analytics.

Security Guardrails

Shared responsibility model is the operating security model for cloud computing; success on cloud operations, therefore, depends on users understanding the boundary of security responsibilities

Day2Ops and SRE

Day2Ops is closely related to the concept of site reliability engineering. Google has published two books on site reliability engineering philosophy (that OpsGuru highly recommends).