DevOpsGuys offers services to the UK Public Sector via the latest G-Cloud 8 Framework Agreement

DevOpsGuys today announced that its range of services will be available to public sector clients via the latest Crown Commercial Service (CCS) G-Cloud 8 Framework Agreement. This will allow DevOpsGuys to supply a wide range of Infrastructure-as-a-Service and specialist cloud services through the Digital Marketplace.

These services can be used by organisations across the UK public sector including central government, local government, health, education, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations.

CCS’s value for money, commercial procurement solutions are fully EU compliant, saving customers’ time and money. All G-Cloud 8 suppliers have been carefully evaluated during the tender process and pre-agreed terms and conditions offer customers sound contractual safeguards.

DevOpsGuys now offer the following seven services through the G-Cloud 8 Framework Agreement:

  • Application Performance Management
  • DevOps Engineering
  • DevOps Training & Coaching
  • DevOps Transformation
  • DevOps Transformation Readiness Assessment
  • Managed Azure Hosting
  • Managed UKCloud Hosting (Formerly Skyscape)

About DevOpsGuys

DevOpsGuys are experts in delivering practical engineering & consultancy solutions to transform and accelerate the way that organisations deliver software. We believe that DevOps offers a new operating model for IT departments to deliver software at speed.

DevOpsGuys has a large team of experienced consultants operating from offices in London and Cardiff and provides services to enterprises and public sector organisations in the UK and overseas.

DevOpsGuys has assisted public sector organisations including the Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, the Ministry of Justice and Companies House. We have also worked closely with Government Digital Services (GDS) to deliver services and solutions which enable digital teams building government services to meet the “Digital by Default” service standard.