The line between what’s officially “infrastructure” and what belongs to development continues to erode as companies move to the cloud. There will always need to be IT experts who maintain the underlying systems that support the workloads. However, the responsibilities of traditional roles will need to adapt in order to maintain relevance and ensure the best possible outcomes for the business.

Cloud Posture

Adopting the cloud is not complicated but does require a certain level of diligence and ongoing governance that many companies have yet to realize. This level of knowledge only comes from experience gained by working with countless customers and industries.

For over two decades, Missional has worked with customers to migrate their infrastructure and applications to the cloud while maintaining, if not increasing, their security, performance, and reliability postures.  By adhering to best practices, such as the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework, Missional’s team of architects engineer, build, and equip customers with the best cloud footprint that ensures their ongoing operations and equips them for future success.


If you have been around the IT space in the past recent years, it is almost certain that you have heard the term DevOps. It seems that being very much one of the buzzwords of the century in our industry, everyone has their own definition. DevOps has even expanded beyond the realm of technology into other areas of business, finance, and manufacturing, just to name a few. It has been used in conjunction with ideas like LEAN manufacturing and process automation.

“[DevOps organizations] embrace cultural change to affect how individuals think about work, value all the different roles that individuals have, accelerate business value, and measure the effects of the change.” – Effective DevOps, Jennifer Davis and Ryn Daniels

DevOps organizations adopt a mindset that drives value across the entire organization, not just within the realm of IT. The culture shift within a company drives improvements in efficiency that affect the bottom line and drive innovation. Companies that refuse this shift experience rigidity and disconnectedness between their teams, resulting in broken processes and hurdles to effective communication.


Our experience is decades deep and covers a strong assortment of practices to ensure that your cloud adoption is done right from the start. Missional delivers confidence to its customers across every component of cloud infrastructure and DevOps.


  • Building software using Agile/Scrum program management
  • CI/CD Pipelines for delivering software updates
  • Infrastructure as Code using Terraform and other tools
  • Source Control Management with Azure DevOps and GitHub
  • Proactively finding faults with automated builds and performance testing
  • Kubernetes clusters and microservices deployments

Cloud Landing Zones

  • Cloud designs
  • Subscriptions, Governance, and Cybersecurity
  • Cloud Networking design and implementation
  • Hybrid Cloud identity

Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

  • Multi-region deployments
  • Data backups
  • Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Cloud observability strategies

Cloud Migration

  • Assessment/Inventory
  • Planning
  • Migration
  • Training