Streamline Your Application Development
Large organizations increasingly rely on software applications to provide critical services. They streamline processes, enable more robust data collection and analysis, and help people communicate better with colleagues, customers, citizens and suppliers.
Red River can design, integrate and support the technology infrastructure that runs the software and applications we develop and deliver. Our DevOps practice enables you to quickly and efficiently deliver applications and services while ensuring scalability and security.
We tailor the DevOps process and tools to best fit your organization to bring you the speed to build and release applications so you have the agility to react to ever-changing business requirements, experiment with new features, and build a continuous improvement environment. Our engineers provide a full range of DevOps and application development support, from websites and applications to clouds and containers, for organizations large and small.
As a Docker authorized consulting partner and reseller, Red River can help your organization leverage container technology to accelerate the application delivery lifecycle across environments, from testing sites to staging environments to physical and virtual machines. Our containers package together all the necessary application dependencies, eliminating the difficulties that accompany running applications across different OS systems and underlying infrastructures. We offer the following Docker services:
Our certified, experienced development engineers offer the following capabilities:
APPLYING TECHNOLOGY FOR A CLEANER FUTURE
Red River developed a solution to resolve transportation and air quality issues at the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the Ports Drayage Truck Registry (PDTR) system. PDTR allows for payment of annual registration fees, provides automated e-mail alerts and notifications, VIN validation, as well as an interface with the California Air Resources Board’s Statewide Drayage Truck Registry. As a result, port drayage truck-related emissions were reduced by over 80% in a three-year period.