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Unlike other cloud consulting groups, Flux7 emphasizes the transfer of knowledge to internal IT teams, helping them to become self-sustaining and improving agility. By sharing our toolchain, intellectual property and training methodology, we help build tomorrow’s cloud architects.

 

Flux7 architects cloud infrastructure frameworks that help businesses to modernize and optimize their IT systems, bridging the gap between a managed environment and independent system management. Organizations that want to migrate on-premise skills, software and infrastructure to the cloud with minimal disruption can maintain control of their systems with our well-designed system, built-in automation, and hands-on training.

 

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Flux7 Blogs and News

IT Modernization and DevOps News Week in Review 8.3.2020

According to new research by VMware Carbon Black, attacks continue to accelerate. In this first USA threat report, researchers learn 92% of security professionals said the volume of attacks they faced has increased. And, 97% of organizations had suffered a breach in the prior 12 months; 84% report that attacks have become increasingly sophisticated.

Lessons from the DevOps Front Lines

While it may be difficult to imagine yourself as working on the DevOps front lines when you work from home, I’ve learned as a DevOps engineer at Flux7 that indeed that is the case. Here, I have had the opportunity to work on incredibly rewarding projects, the most recent of which is no exception. Recently I have been fortunate enough to be a part of the team that developed and deployed a proxy cluster setup for one of our customers. I learned several things over the course of the project that in the spirit of continuous learning (and improvement in the greater DevOps community) I share with you today. I’ll start with my takeaways about the project and working as part of an Agile team and conclude with my thoughts on specific technologies.

IT Modernization and DevOps News Week in Review 7.27.2020

In this week’s DevOps news, CloudBees and Accelerated Strategies Group share the results of their State of Software Delivery Management 2020 report. In it they unveil that 65% of surveyed organizations are unable to accurately quantify the cost of feature delivery delays and 84% responded that the inaccessibility of information impedes their ability to do their work or make data-driven decisions. Despite being years into the DevOps movement, the report finds that silos remain a challenge for frontline workers’ ability to progress their work. To address a lack of SDM maturity in organizations, the report writers name three areas organizations can look to where SDM can have the most positive effect on their work.