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Metropolitan Police and IndigoBlue shortlisted for DevOps Excellence Award

28 Jan 2019

| Author: Paul Dykes

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Metropolitan Police and IndigoBlue shortlisted for DevOps Excellence Award

We are delighted and proud to announce that the Metropolitan Police and IndigoBlue have been shortlisted for a DevOps Excellence Award in the category DevOps Project of the Year!

These awards, run by Computing, showcase outstanding achievement from organisations, personalities and solutions operating within the DevOps space.

The shortlisting recognises the achievements of the Metropolitan Police, supported by IndigoBlue's DevOps and Agile experts, in establishing a resilient, scalable and inexpensive infrastructure in a context of maximum security, with a strong commitment to industry standards and best practice. 

This infrastructure has enabled the incremental delivery and maintenance of a new range of digital services that are revolutionising the daily work of London's police officers and saving the taxpayer millions of pounds.

The awards will be announced on Wednesday 20 March. The very best of luck to all the other finalists!

You can view our DevOps case studies here and read our latest DevOps blog posts here. Or follow this link to find out more about how we help organisations establish a DevOps culture.

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Paul Dykes

Paul is a highly experienced digital product owner and digital marketer, with experience of leading digital marketing teams and directing the development of multi-million-pound web development projects.

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