A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) client needed to deliver applications to customers more quickly and at a lower cost. While Ardent Management Consulting, Inc. (Ardent) brings proven DevSecOps best practices, we realized that we had gaps between our best practices and implementation. Despite our best efforts, we were not able to consistently implement best practices when creating a Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline.
Ardent expanded upon the concept of Microservices to create a Common Microservices Initializer (CMI). CMI simplifies the process of creating a clean, structured, and fully functional CI/CD pipeline that automatically adheres to DHS’s security guidelines and best practices.
“I cannot stress enough how much time and money CMI has saved us. We are developing microservices in 10 minutes (minus the business code). This tool is amazing. Also, Ardent implemented every single change that we requested in no time.” – DHS Brnach Chief
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