The U.S. Census Bureau needed DevSecOps support to deliver new datasets and containerized microservices to production with increased resiliency. The U.S. Census Bureau's challenges include modernizing, solution delivery, and testing multiple data streams feeding into their data.cenus.gov search and data platforms.
Perlogix supports the Census's open data initiative to continuously deliver their microservices and data backends, utilizing a mixture of ETL, data management, and DevSecOps best practices. We continue to improve their test, configuration management, and container automation to deploy data and microservices safely.
U.S. Census now deploys to 10+ environments on a more frequent schedule with fewer disruptions and on-call engineers. U.S. Census obtained the ability to add new capabilities, increase data throughput, reduce vulnerability findings and burn down technical debt while keeping the same staff count by introducing robust automation and configuration management.
TTB managed a very manual and legacy on-premises environment that hasn't introduced new technical capabilities in the past fifteen years. TTB wanted on-demand scalable solutions with a DevSecOps approach for modernizing their on-premises data center and, at the same time, adding a new AWS Kubernetes environment.
Perlogix bootstrapped TTB's cloud and Kubernetes journey using popular open source CNCF tools. We implemented software, container, and environment security objectives in their CI/CD pipelines tying DevOps and Security closer together during the modernization of their technical stacks.
TTB now has an automated process and Continuous Delivery pipelines for its microservices with secure on-premises and cloud Kubernetes environments in less than three months. The CI/CD pipeline eliminated most vulnerabilities with automation. Going from a monthly feature delivery cycle down to a day with the same staff count.
EPA needed cloud expertise to help to accelerate the development of AWS automation for their Content Management System (CMS). The current automation was monolithic and did not enable separation of development and operations development asynchronously. EPA challenges were finding the expertise to make the secure environmental changes automated in a timely fashion.
Perlogix refactored and developed automation scripts to deploy their CMS to multiple AWS environments separated from application and core cloud infrastructure services. The solution included several popular open source tools to enrich their current delivery and deployment processes.
The EPA can change their cloud infrastructure and applications without disrupting each other, enabling faster feature development and bug fix cycles than with their previous process. We helped EPA reduce the manual burden of making frequent changes to their several cloud environments by understanding the pain points in their delivery process and automating mundane tasks.