Reduce operating costs while increasing functionality.
Leading utility companies rely on Charter Global to help them stay ahead of the technology curve. Our consulting and IT solutions reduce operating costs while adding increased functionality. Determine the best technology for your unique business requirements. Scale and augment project resources as needed to enhance value and improve service — both on and off the grid.
Why Continuous Development?
- Automating pipeline deployment reduces cycle times and provides more rapid feedback.
- Delivering software releases more quickly helps the company stay ahead of the competition.
- Engaging experienced resources expedites production of new features.
- The Charter Global CD toolset helps to establish a services oriented architecture (SOA).
- Continuous Integration automates integration and testing in the development environment.
- The DevOps team receives user feedback more quickly.
- More frequent releases decrease code changes, making identifying and fixing issues easier.
- Having a CD pipeline makes the release process more reliable, reducing risk and stress.
Charter Global CD Toolset
- JIRA for full SDLC management of releases
- Ansible for all infrastructure configuration management
- Jenkins for automated builds and deployments
- Homogeneous deployment procedures per environment
- Easily supports rapid micro releases, plus single click rollbacks
- Significant investment in information security
- Leverage cloud architecture to control costs
- Reduced complexity and increased scalability
- Development and operations teams share access and insight in the development cycle
- Store and correlate data from different applications and devices
- Provides a consistent environment from development to production
- Cloud-based management tools simplify access and analysis updated in real-time
- Identify and diagnose issues quickly
- Flexible analytics and application performance monitoring practices
- Track transactions from customer interaction to the IT infrastructure
- Each microservice can be updated and deployed independently
- A microservice has a single focus, resulting in a small codebase and reduced maintenance