DevOps is a Culture

Do you want to cut costs and release faster? Embrace DevOps and outpace the competition.

What is DevOps as a Service?

DevOps is an approach to software that guarantees fast, continuous delivery at a consistently high level. Our DevOps engineers will ensure that your business can rely on high-quality software so you can stay ahead of the game.

DevOps Principles

DevOps as a service is based on the following principles:


Accelerate software development to provide value in the quickest possible way, implementing practices including:

  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Code as Infrastructure
  • Immutable Infrastructure


Increase software and infrastructure feedback from development to operations, through practices including:

  • Test Driven Development
  • Behavior Driven Development
  • Application Monitoring
  • Infrastructure Monitoring


Provide increased value to users by developing software that is more stable and reliable using practices such as:

  • Game Days (Exercises made for adding defects in the software or infrastructure)
  • Blameless postmortems
  • Continuous experimentation

How We Do It?

Our DevOps process helps you automate and optimize your operations.
DevOps Outsourcing

We Build Trust

In the beginning of our project, we looked for a strong partner in order to increase our development quality, apply best practices and support our employees with training possibilities. Santex provided highly skilled resources which seamlessly integrated with our teams. During this collaboration, our teams as well as the partnership with Santex grew immensely. The best practices and vast knowledge of the experts at Santex improved the quality of our software on a sustained, daily basis.
Stephan Kranz
Head of Project Management - Grenzebach

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