OneOps is a cloud-based application lifecycle management (ALM) solution for software developers, information technology professionals and project managers. It is an open-source platform that can be deployed on public, private and hybrid cloud platforms.
The solution helps organizations manage IT operations and offers features that include auto-scaling, cloud portability and application-deployment management. It also enables collaboration between application developers and business users. In the system, developers can create application programming interface (API) for every feature in the web interface.
OneOps supports cloud platforms including OpenStack, Rackspace, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. Support is provided through online training, videos and a user community. The solution is suitable for businesses of all sizes.
Jonathan from United Way Suncoast
Employees number: 51-200 employees
The benefits Ive received is just being able to access and manage things easier than we have in the past. Im new to the product so there is much more that I need to learn about it and continually begin to work on it.
I love the ability they have to update and launch products faster and its easier to manage through the systems.
I cant say I don't like anything about the product because we've just started using it. I would say upon steady working with it, I want to be able to get more updates when a new product is released via email or text.
Hannibal from Marcone
Employees number: 5,001-10,000 employees
Walked into Walmart to get the product they only had the display item. I didn't want to buy the display item so they looked up to st about ordering it and it should be on the way.
Its easy to use.
It looks basic.
Suresh from TaisTech
OneOps is a cloud management and application lifecycle management platform that developers use to both develop and launch new products faster, and to more easily maintain them throughout their entire lifecycle. OneOps enables developers to code their products in a hybrid, multi-cloud environment.