DevOps as a Service (DevOps-aaS)

Centerprise Cloud’s DevOps as a Service is a computing service model that allows the easy deployment of DevOps environments in a scalable, fully managed way for developers and IT management.

Our solution allows users to deploy complex environments with little technical knowledge and time. Many time-consuming tasks that used to require highly trained IT admins and DevOps specialists can now be done in a few clicks.

Centerprise Cloud DevOps-aaS can supplement your existing team, implement an improvement roadmap, establish a pipeline solution for a new product, and everything in-between.

Benefits of DevOps-aaS

Easily deployed

Our DevOps as a Service offers many third-party integrations and a highly user-friendly container-based cloud platform, making it easy to deploy applications. This streamlined deployment process saves time and effort for teams, allowing them to focus on other critical tasks.

No code changes

With our DevOps as a Service, organisations can effortlessly deploy and run cloud-native microservices without the need for extensive code modifications. This ensures a smooth transition to a microservices architecture, promoting agility and scalability.

Easy integrations

Our DevOps-aaS provides comprehensive integrations, enabling seamless collaboration between various tools and technologies. This integration capability fosters an efficient development environment, reducing bottlenecks and improving overall productivity.


Centerprise Cloud DevOps as a Service is cost-effective. Organisations only pay for the resources they actually use, eliminating the need for upfront investments in infrastructure. This pay-per-use model helps optimise costs, making it an economical choice for businesses of all sizes.

Decide later

With DevOps as a Service, organisations have the flexibility to deploy their applications first and then decide how many servers they require. This approach enables teams to adapt their infrastructure to match the evolving demands of their applications, ensuring optimal performance and scalability.

Easy transition

Our DevOps-aaS facilitates the smooth deployment of traditional applications, eliminating the need for extensive code changes or application redesign. This simplifies the migration, enabling organisations to adopt modern practices while maintaining compatibility with existing systems.


What to consider when opting for DevOps as a Service?

When considering DevOps as a Service, there are several crucial factors to keep in mind. Here are the key considerations to help you make an informed decision:

User-friendly cloud platform

Look for a next-generation cloud platform that is easy to use and based on containers. Ensure that it simplifies the deployment and operation of cloud-native microservices without requiring any code changes.

Organised integrations

Evaluate the integration capabilities of the service and ensure they are comprehensive and well-organised. Look for a solution that offers seamless integration with other tools and systems to enhance collaboration and efficiency.

Pay-per-use model

Opt for a DevOps as a Service provider that follows a pay-per-use pricing model. This ensures that you only pay for the resources and services you actually utilise, helping you optimise costs.

Business growth focus

Choose a service that allows you to focus on your business growth instead of being burdened by IT infrastructure management costs. Ensure that the DevOps as a Service solution streamlines your operations and reduces the overhead of infrastructure management.

Flexible server deployment

Consider a service that allows you to deploy the application first and then decide the required number of servers. This flexibility enables you to scale resources based on demand, optimising resource allocation and cost-effectiveness.

Smooth deployment of traditional applications

Ensure that the DevOps as a Service solution supports the deployment of traditional applications without requiring any code changes or application redesign. This allows for a seamless transition of legacy applications to the service without the need for extensive redevelopment efforts.