At CoreSphere, we have developed a proven methodology called Agile Cloud Transformation (ACT) to help U.S. Federal and Public Sector agencies in delivering business functions “as-a-service”.
CoreSphere’s methodology incorporates Agile best practices, derived from multiple Agile methodologies, including Scrum, Kanban, Lean, XP, and Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). CoreSphere’s Agile Framework (CAF) recognizes that there are several Agile methods that can successfully deliver software projects, as well as accommodate the optimal method or a combination of methods for a given project task.
Our Agile software development capability is supported by Continuous Integration and Deployment (CI/CD) processes. We use technology options including Jenkins, Chef, Github/Gitlab, and Docker containers with Docker Swarm.
Our release management process includes secure DevOps practices. These practices leverage static code, dynamic penetration analysis, security testing, and functional coverage using tools like Atlassian Crucible (code reviews), FishEye (code commit), SonarQube (code quality), Selenium (functional testing) and Junit(unit testing), all allowing for highly-automated Release Management and Deployment capability with zero downtime.