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    • Ramp Up
      The provision of infrastructures in the form of virtual servers and containers as well as continuous integration and continuous deployment pipelines is our Systems Engineers' skill. These have to be aligned according to the client, preconfigured and aligned to the highest degree of automation. Further objectives of our colleagues from COREoperating are highest operational stability and the multiple securing of system states that have not been tested. In further phases, the aim is to increase the degree of automation, minimize manual intervention, increase efficiency and ensure maximum operational stability.
    • Deployment
      The overall objective of using DevOps is to provide an organization with software for its business requirements that is faster and more or less bug-free. DevOps allow for more frequent, stable and risk-minimized deployment cycles. A further essential aspect is the increased motivation of employees through regular, more closely meshed provision of functions. In combination with these effects, organizations using DevOps are positioned more efficiently and successfully in the competition.
    • Monitoring
      Monitoring is an overarching term for all types of direct systematic recording (logging), measurement, observation or monitoring of a process or procedure by means of technical tools or other observation systems. The repeated regular execution is a central element of the respective investigation programs in order to draw conclusions on the basis of comparing results. One function of monitoring is a controlled intervention in an observed process, in case it does not take the desired course or certain threshold values are undercut or exceeded. These processes are handled for our clients by the system engineers of COREoperating 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.


    We use technology as an efficiency leverage for our clients and focus our activities on the design of benefits.The recurring challenge of leaving mastered technology bases and consistently opening up new opportunities regularly confronts organizations with major challenges. Our experts assist in successfully having  mastered these challenges.


    The open source concept of containerization, used by us, simplifies the provision of singular applications in containers through operating system virtualization. Containers ensure the separation of the resources used on a server or in the cloud, so that one container does not have access to the resources of other containers. Containers can be executed flexibly local, virtualized or in the cloud and thus provide the ideal basis for refactoring IT architectures in complex and historically grown IT systems.


    In COREoperating, we exclusively use virtualized systems, since virtualization enables the abstraction of hardware, software and networks. In a comprehensive sense, virtualization refers to software or hardware techniques that establish an abstraction layer for our clients' systems between the user (or applications or interfaces) on the one hand and physical resources on the other.


    Servers are systems that provide services programs, data or further resources so that other computers or software programs can access them. This access usually occurs via networks. Servers can depict physical or virtualized systems.


    Networks are combinations of different technical, primarily independent electronic systems (especially computers, but also sensors, actuators, agents and other wireless components), which enable communication between the individual systems. The aim is to share resources such as printers, servers, media files and data bases. The possibility for the central administration of network devices, network users, their authorizations and data is important. Nowadays, direct communication between network users (chat, VoIP telephone, video calls, etc.) is of particular importance.