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Bell Integrator and Li9 present DevOps solution at ChefConf

Austin, TX July 14, 2016. Bell Integrator, a global consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, in partnership with Li9, an enterprise technology solutions provider, presented their DevOps solution at ChefConf, an annual gathering for DevOps leaders, practitioners, and innovators.

During three lively days at ChefConf in Austin, Texas, Bell Integrator demonstrated its DevOps solution based on Chef products with its partner Li9. The DevOps solution showcased how automated testing and deployment can improve code and application quality and reduce time to market.

The DevOps solution from Bell Integrator and Li9 consists of a Chef Server configuration management tool and is integrated with GitHub and Jenkins. Chef Delivery/Jenkins is used for Continuous Integration/Delivery, Chef Analytics/Splunk is employed to monitor the Chef Infrastructure, and Chef Compliance checks compatibility with security policy, company standards and best practice policies.

“We were very excited to take part in ChefConf, - said Artemii Kropachev, Cloud and DevOps Architect at Bell Integrator. - I want to thank everyone who stopped by the Li9 booth to take in some of our 20+ demos! It has been a great opportunity for us to meet with our peers and exchange valuable experiences with the DevOps community.”

About Bell Integrator

Bell Integrator is a global consulting, technology services and IT outsourcing company delivering mission critical solutions that address complex business and technology needs within the finance, telecom, transportation and the healthcare industries. Customers include carriers, such as VimpelCom (NYSE: VIP), MTS (NYSE: MBT), MegaFon (LSE: MFON) and Rostelecom (OTCQX: ROSYY), top-tier banks including Citibank, Deutsche Bank, Raiffeisen Bank, Societe Generale, as well as large transportation and healthcare enterprises. For more information, visit www.bellintegrator.com.

Tags: conference, Chef, ChefConf, DevOps, Li9

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