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You’ve tried OpenShift, seen the potential and are committed to adoption, but that’s only half the story. How do you set up an automated pipeline that integrates Dev, QA and environment builds? That’s why we created Boost for OpenShift : so teams can Boost new projects (both greenfield and legacy migration) in days rather than months with all the tools and template processes you need.

“Version, update and redeploy the entire platform in minutes”

We write Infrastructure As Code (IAC) and can version, update and redeploy in minutes. This eliminates environment and configuration drift so the code can  always run with each environment, whilst also enabling seamless migration between cloud providers.

“Rapid time-to-value through automated delivery pipelines”

Pipelines provide the automation backbone which moves continuously integrated and tested code from development to production. We accelerate delivery using pipeline templates, so the path to live is available within the first weeks of a project.

“Built-in support for leading test automation frameworks”

Test tools are industry-standard; their integration within DevOps pipelines is not. We have therefore developed frameworks and templates for developers and QAs including Selenium and Cucumber / Gherkin. This means that tests are not only quicker and easier to write, but are wired into the CICD process from the outset. 

The following sections describe the key concepts behind Boost to help you understand how it fits into your ecosystem and development process.

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