What is DevOps service?

DevOps is an evolving philosophy and framework that encourages better application development and faster release of new or revised software features or products to customers.

The practice of DevOps encourages smoother, continuous communication, collaboration, integration, visibility, and transparency between application development teams (Dev) and their IT operations team (Ops) counterparts.

This closer relationship between “Dev” and “Ops” permeates every phase of the DevOps lifecycle: from initial software planning to code, build, test, and release phases to deployment, operations, and ongoing monitoring. This relationship propels a continuous customer feedback loop of further improvement, development, testing, and deployment. The results of these efforts can be the more rapid, continual release of necessary feature changes or additions.

Some people group DevOps goals into four categories: culture, automation, measurement, and sharing, and DevOps tools can aid in these areas. These tools can make development and operations workflows more streamlined and collaborative, automating previously time-consuming, manual, or static tasks involved in integration, development, testing, deployment, or monitoring.

Why DevOps?

  • In recent years, digital transformation has been remaining imperative for all tech leaders. Success begins and ends with how fast you can deliver better, with more personal customer experiences, new software-based products and services, and streamlined operations.
  • Along with its efforts to break down barriers to communication and collaboration between development and IT operations teams, a core value of DevOps is customer satisfaction and the faster delivery of value. DevOps is also designed to propel business innovation and drive continuous process improvement.
  • DevOps encourages faster, better, more secure delivery of business value to an organization’s end customers. This value might take the form of more frequent product releases, features, or updates. It can involve how quickly a product release or new feature gets into customers’ hands—all with the proper levels of quality and security. Or, it might focus on how quickly an issue or bug is identified, and then resolved and re-released.
  • The underlying infrastructure also supports DevOps with seamless performance, availability, and reliability of software as it is first developed and tested, then released into production. 
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Our DevOps service features.

  • DevOps consultation.
  • QA & Testing. 
  • Continuous integration, delivery, and deployment. 
  • Cloud computing, Infrastructure, and configuration management.
  • Security management.
  • Operations & Monitoring. 

Benefits of DevOps?

  • Faster, better product delivery; reduce Time To Market
  • Faster issue resolution and reduced complexity
  • Greater scalability and availability
  • More stable operating environments
  • Better resource utilization
  • Streamline operations, Greater automation
  • Greater visibility into system outcomes
  • Greater innovation and improve User Experience
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Luvina’s DevOps methods, processES, and practices

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Our DevOps Methods

Luvina uses standard DevOps methods to improve development and speed up product releases. They take the form of software development methodologies and practices including Agile, Scrum, and Kanban.


Scrum defines how members of a team should work together to accelerate development and QA projects. Scrum practices include key workflows and specific terminology (sprints, time boxes, daily scrum [meeting]), and designated roles (Scrum Master, product owner).



Kanban originated from efficiencies gained in the Toyota factory. Kanban prescribes that the state of software project work in progress (WIP) be tracked on a Kanban board.


Earlier agile software development methods continue to heavily influence DevOps practices and tools. Many DevOps methods, including Scrum and Kanban, incorporate elements of agile programming. Some agile practices are associated with greater responsiveness to changing needs and requirements, documenting requirements as user stories, performing daily standups, and incorporating continuous customer feedback. Agile also prescribes shorter software development lifecycles instead of lengthy, traditional “waterfall” development methods.


  • Define business value and requirements. Tools used include Jira or Git to help track known issues and perform project management.


  • Software detail design and code. Tools used in this phase include GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket.


  • Manage software builds and versions. Automated tools are used to help compile and package code for future releases to production such as Docker, Ansible, Puppet, Chef, Gradle, Maven, and JFrog Artifactory.


  • Continuous testing (manual or automated) to ensure optimal code quality. Tools used include JUnit, Codeception, Selenium, Vagrant, TestNG, and BlazeMeter.


  • Manage, coordinate, schedule, and automate product releases into production. Tools used include Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Jenkins, Kubernetes, OpenShift, OpenStack, Docker, and Jira.


  • Manage software during production. Tools used include Ansible, Puppet, PowerShell, Chef, Salt, and Otter.


  • Identify and collect information about issues from a specific software release in production. Tools used include New Relic, Datadog, Grafana, Wireshark, Splunk, Nagios, and Slack.
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Our DevOps process

Luvina implements DevOps processes and utilizes certain DevOps-friendly tools to further streamline, shorten, and automate the various stages of the software delivery workflow (or “pipeline”). 

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Our DevOps practices

Continuous development

Spans the planning and coding phases of the DevOps lifecycle. Version-control mechanisms might be involved.


Continuous testing

Incorporates automated, prescheduled, and continued code tests as application code is being written or updated. Such tests can speed the delivery of code to production.

Continuous integration (CI)

Brings configuration management (CM) tools together with other test and development tools to track how much of the code being developed is ready for production. It involves rapid feedback between testing and development to quickly identify and resolve code issues.


Continuous deployment (CD)

Similar to continuous delivery, this practice automates the release of new or changed code into production. A company doing continuous deployment might release code or feature changes several times per day. The use of container technologies, such as Docker and Kubernetes, can enable continuous deployment by helping to maintain the consistency of the code across different deployment platforms and environments.


Continuous delivery

Automates the delivery of code changes, after testing, to a preproduction or staging environment. A staff member might then decide to promote such code changes into production.


Continuous monitoring

Monitors both the code in operation and the underlying infrastructure. A feedback loop that reports on bugs or issues then makes its way back to development.

Infrastructure as code

This practice can be used during various DevOps phases to automate the provisioning of infrastructure required for a software release. Our developers add infrastructure “code” from within the existing development tools. For example, developers might create a storage volume on demand from Docker, Kubernetes, or OpenShift. This practice also allows operations teams to monitor environment configurations, track changes, and simplify the rollback of configurations.


Requirement research and gathering

We discuss and collect your requirements, then conduct a thorough assessment of your requirements and current system to gain a deep understanding of the present infrastructure, design, processes, and product visions.


We design and recommend a set of DevOps solutions tailored to your situation including infrastructure, operating tools, procedures, CI/CD process, and maintenance strategy, along with a schedule, human resource, and budget plan to persuade you to sign the DevOps service contract with us.

Develop – Test – Release

Our DevOps services are seamlessly integrated into the development lifecycle, increasing the productivity and efficiency of software engineers, QA engineers, and system administration specialists.

DevOps as a Service aims to automate repetitive, routine, but critical activities and synchronize development and test environments to align all stakeholders in the software development process. The service ensures that your digital business remains stable, secure, and scalable.

Operation & Monitor

Monitoring the security of the system and individual services and overall application health in terms of resource load, availability, and response time and implement the appropriate tasks following our operation process to eliminate downtime and prevent application performance degradation in the production environment.

Typical DevOps team structure

DevOps Engineer

A DevOps engineer is responsible for designing the right infrastructure required for teams to continuously build and deliver products. The engineer identifies project requirements and KPIs and customizes the tool stack. He is well-versed in automation tools and security technologies.

Software Developer/Tester

Responsibilities include tasks such as updating the code, adding new features, and resolving bugs while ensuring that the application meets business objectives. In addition, the developer runs unit tests, pushes the code to production, and monitors its performance.

DevOps Evangelist

A DevOps evangelist is the one who acts as this change agent, inspiring, educating, and motivating people across the organization to embark on the DevOps journey. The evangelist removes silos between different teams, brings them onto a common platform, determines the roles and responsibilities of DevOps members, and ensures everyone is trained on the job they are assigned.

Release Manager

The release manager is responsible for the entire release lifecycle, right from planning, scheduling, automating, and managing continuous delivery environments.

DevOps/CloudOps architect

The responsibility of a DevOps architect is to analyze existing software development processes and create an optimized DevOps CI/CD pipeline to rapidly build and deliver software.

Security and Compliance Engineer

The Security and Compliance Engineer (SCE) is responsible for the overall security of the DevOps environment.

Our Technologies and Tools

Luvina’s DevOps engineers apply the latest DevOps technologies and Tools to streamline your development process and IT operations. 


  • Jenkins
  • AWS Code Pipeline
  • GitlabCI
  • Github action
  • Azure DevOps


  • Zabbix
  • Prometheus
  • Grafana 
  • Nagios
  • Elastic Stack

Scripting Languages

  • BASH
  • Python
  • Powershell

Test Automation

  • Selenium
  • Katalon
  • Jmeter

Infrastructure automation

  • AWS CloudFormation
  • Azure Resource Manager
  • Ansible
  • Chef
  • Puppet
  • Terraform


  • MS SQL
  • MySQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • Oracle
  • DB2
  • HBase
  • MongoDB


  • Kubernetes
  • Docker

Cloud platforms

  • AWS
  • Azure
  • Google Cloud Platform



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Flexible & adaptable team

Free to choose the best working model and tech stacks from our rich talent pool.


Advanced security & IP protection

International standardized infrastructure fully equipped with advanced security systems to protect your IP. 

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Success stories



We have collaborated with Luvina for more than 10 projects, from small projects of a few man-months to medium size projects of around 50 man-months. Luvina is devoted to training Vietnamese young developers with Luvina academy. They understand Japanese business customs and our IT market. They are well equipped in risk management and always deliver on time with satisfactory quality. Everyone I worked with was polite and sincere. Luvina is genuinely a reliable partner. I admire their teamwork.

Nakai Kingo

CEO & Head of Enterprise Solution Sojitz System

We have cooperated with Luvina in terms of software outsourcing since 2015. Since then, we’ve always considered Luvina as our strategic partner. Luvina has always gone the extra mile to support us overcome any difficulties in the process to ensure excellent quality in our software outsourcing process. We would like to combine the development method of Luvina & Cresco to further grow together in the future.

Atsushi Hirasawa – Director

Cresco Vietnam

Frequently Asked Questions about Cloud and DevOps serviceS.

DevOps, an amalgamation of Development and Operations, fosters a collaborative culture among Product, Technology, and Operations teams to capitalize on dynamic business and technological requirements and attain growth and efficiency objectives. Since businesses need to adapt quickly, their software delivery must also keep pace. DevOps facilitates the seamless updating, testing, and deployment of software to meet the constantly evolving needs of the organization.

DevOps aims to achieve faster and more reliable software delivery by improving deployment speed, time to market, failure rate, and recovery time. This is accomplished through continuous testing, quality control, feature development, and maintenance releases that improve reliability and security.

Luvina uses a well-defined DevOps implementation process that incorporates the Agile principles of close collaboration between customers, product management, developers, and quality assurance for faster product delivery. 

Luvina’s DevOps services include: 

  • Continuous integration and delivery
  • Infrastructure and configuration management
  • Cloud computing
  • Security management

The big hype around DevOps is due to its ability to foster collaboration and streamline the software development process. With DevOps, teams work together to rapidly develop and deploy software that meets the ever-changing needs of the business.

This approach helps organizations achieve growth and efficiency goals while improving software quality and reducing errors.

DevOps also enables continuous delivery, making it easier to release software updates quickly and frequently, without sacrificing stability or reliability.

Overall, the hype around DevOps is well-deserved, as it offers numerous benefits for modern software development and delivery.

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DevOps is an innovative methodology that offers a set of practices that brings development and operations teams together to collaborate seamlessly and continuously to deliver quality products faster and better. Are you motivated or ready to implement DevOps? Let’s get started.