Case Study

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U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) | Enabling Agile Software Processes

Customer Need:  DHS wanted to create a paperless electronic immigration system that will streamline nearly all of the agency's processes and help it operate with more efficiency.

Our Approach: InfoZen worked with Agile Development teams to integrate and operate software products using open source tools to provide continuous software integration and delivery services for DHS. InfoZen integrated work products of up to twenty agile development teams, automated end-to-end development and DevOps processes, managed builds, and provided configuration control. InfoZen also plans to establish an Open Source-based Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) pipeline to enable a standardized and repeatable automated build and deployment environment to enable frequent delivery of high-quality software.

Result: InfoZen created a highly-automated CI pipeline, which allowed the agency to more quickly create production-ready code. The CD pipeline provided the ability to quickly deploy multiple staging and production environments, and the production deployment window was reduced to two hours while InfoZen maintained a 100% production deployment success rate. InfoZen migrated all environments to Amazon Web Services, created instance automation, and automated the creation of environments via infrastructure as code. As a result, DHS was able to stand up a production-like environment of 30+ servers from scratch in less than a week.