AWS SaaS Enablement

Flux7 Designs and Builds Architecture SaaS Applications

Digital business requires applications that are flexible and provide customer experiences that drive loyalty and support new ways of doing business. Traditional architectures can be woefully inadequate, challenged with complex monolithic applications and carry technical debt that slows development progress.


As organizations strive to improve their ability to rapidly respond to opportunities and achieve continuous delivery, they need architectures and workflows that support the demands of modern applications.  Reskilling and retooling are critical steps to enable agile ways of working and delivering customer value through the adoption of SaaS using cloud technology, DevOps and Agile practices. 


Application development and IT teams improve their ability to lead digital software innovation and application modernization efforts with support from Flux7’s AWS SaaS services. We collaborate with customers to develop highly available, secure, and scalable SaaS solutions including API design, microservices architecture, and event-driven processing. By building in intelligent automation and compliance while teaching customers along the way, we help you accelerate projects, focus on innovation and build long-term agility

Secure: Mitigate risk by implementing security at multiple layers. Preventative, detective, corrective, recovery, deterrent and compensating controls are implemented to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the application data and services.


RBAC (Role-Based Access Control): Implement secure applications and ensure users only perform the allowed actions, according to the roles and tenant. Using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), RBAC is continuously utilized, from the design of the application to the implementation.


Data Isolation Multi-Tenancy: Architect data models which will allow isolation of tenants so users can only access the data they have permission to view.


API Protection: Secure APIs with Amazon API Gateway, IAM, and Amazon Cognito. We also ensure API uptime by preventing malicious requests before reaching code as detailed in this blog.


Compliance: Meet industry compliance requirements including PCI, PII, HIPAA and FedRamp by relying on proven best practices.


Landing Zone: A scalable, secure Landing Zone allowing efficient development is a key to a successful SaaS. Flux7 Landing Zone best practices enable you to quickly establish a secure baseline and focus on the application’s business value. 

Scalable: Gain the benefits of Infrastructure as Code, and optimize cost by balancing resources to align with customer demand in peaks and dips.


Resiliency and Uptime: SaaS application are typically comprised of microservices. While a service is down, it should not impact the rest of the application. We build the test procedures ensuring the global application will perform as expected when individual incidents happen.


Monitoring and Uptime: Building resilient architecture is not enough. Gain insights from advanced metrics, monitoring, uptime tracking and alerting to ensure you are meeting your business goals.


DevOps: The ability to deploy frequently allows to innovate frequently and becomes an advantage by creating a faster track to revenue or increasing customer loyalty. We help you create repeatable builds and rollback processes.


Analytics: Build a dashboard to help speak to business leaders by providing insights on the application usage for better decision-making.


Agile: Our Agile practice means you benefit from our team’s ability to implement efficiently, provide transparency throughout the project, and always focus on delivering incremental business value.

Flux7 uses its DevOps & Security experience to help customers design from end-to-end, write, deploy, operate & optimize SaaS applications on AWS. Starting from understanding the business requirement, we help build a strategy and roadmap which we assist in implementing using our Agile processes.

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Flux7 Helps Implement G6 Hospitality IT 2.0 Program

G6 needed to build a PCI compliant API service to integrate with various partners to offer a reservation, management, booking and payment platform for their franchises.

AWS Services used:

AWS Organizations, CloudFormation, EC2, CloudWatch, SSM, EKS, API Gateway, WAF, VPC, GuardDuty, CloudTrail, AWS Config, SNS, SQS, WAF, S3, Route53, Route53 Resolver

Vision Graphics Grows Business, ROI with AWS-Powered Digital Transformation

With the acquisition of several companies over the past few years, Vision Graphics had acquired diverse systems that needed to be integrated and modernized. Having inherited technical debt that could not be ignored, Vision Graphics’s new Director of IT, Wayne Roesner, sought to grow the company’s agility and innovation in the process of a digital transformation.

As IT Director, I work closely with Vision Graphics leadership to understand what’s important to the business and use IT as a strategic lever to accomplishing these goals,” said Mr. Roesner. “The team at Flux7 was invaluable in helping identify a Bright Spot project, turn it around in record time, and achieve a specific business goal by securing a large new customer account. Flux7 is smart, efficient and unique in its ability to translate strategic business initiatives into tangible technology deliverables.”

Vision Graphics Case Study
Web Developer Grows Performance, Elasticity and Security through AWS CloudFormation, ELB and WAF Expertise

Web Developer Grows Performance, Elasticity, and Security through AWS CloudFormation, ELB and WAF Expertise

For this organization to stay competitive, they needed to build and manage an optimized technology infrastructure that delivered maximum performance for its business and its customers’ eCommerce implementations. Specifically, its infrastructure needed to flawlessly support the performance demands of its clients’ high definition video streaming and support the security demands of an eCommerce site, while providing the development team with important tools to effectively and efficiently manage the new infrastructure — all while reducing AWS costs.

Major Wholesaler Grows Uptime by Refactoring eComm Apps for AWS DevOps

A recent IDC survey of the Fortune 1000 found that the average cost of an infrastructure failure is $100,000 per hour and the average total cost of unplanned application downtime per year is between $1.25 billion and $2.5 billion. Our most recent customer relies heavily on its eCommerce site for business and knowing the extreme costs of infrastructure failure to its business, turned to the benefits of cloud-based DevOps. The firm sought to increase uptime, scalability, and security for its eCommerce applications by refactoring them for AWS DevOps.

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