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environment and lets us deliver the optimal customer experience."
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Takes Honorable Mention in AWS Consultant/Integration Partner Category
January 22, 2016 — Austin, TX — Flux7, an IT consultancy providing cloud architecture and migration services and solutions to help businesses modernize their IT practices, today announced it was named for the second year running to the Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards 2016. Judged by the Modern Infrastructure e-zine editorial staff, in conjunction with users, readers and industry experts, the Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards recognize two products in each of six categories. Flux7 was given Honorable Mention in the AWS Consultant/Integration Partner category.
The move to modernize and implement DevOps practices may sometimes feels like a self-defeating prophecy as traditional IT organizations struggle to gain the knowledge needed to manage the cloud-based elements of their infrastructure.