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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 6.1.2020

In this week’s DevOps news, 81% of technologists state in a new report by AppDynamics that COVID-19 has created the biggest technology pressure for their organization that they have ever experienced. Moreover, 95% report that technology priorities have changed during the pandemic, with 88% noting that digital customer experience is now the priority. A majority of technologists (64%) say they now perform tasks and activities they have never done before.

Economics, Continuous Education & Digital Transformation in Education

It’s a natural function of the economy to move through periods of booms and busts. When the economy falters, people commonly turn to education as a means to improve their skillsets. And, in the process, set themselves up for greater success when the economy recovers. As we enter into a period of economic uncertainty, continuous education again gains in importance, presenting two important opportunities: One for those seeking skills to accelerate their careers and another for educational institutions.

Busting the Cloud Bursting Myth

The C-Suite likes to think of cloud bursting like the magic waistband on my Thanksgiving pants — it dynamically expands to support me as I consume more and retracts once things return to business as usual. We all know that the pants don’t magically hide my Thanksgiving glut, (and I’ll need to do some extra miles to work it off). Yet, the myth exists that there are no similar challenges when it comes to cloud bursting. While the cloud offers a myriad of benefits for HPC workloads, cloud bursting is often not the best path to achieve them. In today’s article, I’ll walk you through why that’s the case and share in conclusion the best path to achieving cloud upside.