Custom Toolchain Deployment

Solutions to Deliver and Integrate Modern Infrastructure and Processes

Enabling enterprise-grade perpetual delivery and integration to support business objectives requires a tightly integrated DevOps toolchain. Proper support for continuous integration, continuous deployment, and continuous release initiatives ensures automation and optimization, smoothing technological underpinnings and allowing teams to focus on cultural transition and strategy. Assembling a tooling strategy from standalone, disconnected tools and ensuring that it can evolve over time, controlling complexity while improving resilience is time-consuming and difficult. Add in orchestration, and the decisions can cripple the progress of DevOps and modernization projects.


Flux7’s prepackaged Build™ Solutions come with all of the essential features enterprises need to build a customized DevOps toolchain – with strategic best practices built-in that take the guesswork out and provide a fast-track to devops/modernization – while keeping the big picture in mind and making decisions that preserve future flexibility without bottlenecking progress with the unknown.


Tiered Service Levels to Match Business and Technical Needs

Flux7 Build™ solutions are available in bronze, silver, gold and platinum tiers. Each tier provides increased functionality and compliance, moving from simple single account environments with best practices built-in to extreme automation, enterprise-grade solutions.

Flux7 Build™: 7 Key Benefits

Speed Time to Market

Eliminate Downtime

Increase Security

Reduce Maintenance

Increase Global Reach

Increase Uptime and Scalability

Reduce Cost

Reduce DevOps Toolchain Integration Challenges with Our Tried and Trusted Favorites




From project planning and source code management to CI/CD and monitoring, GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application.




An open-source automation server which enables developers around the world to reliably build, test, and deploy their software.




Collaborate on code with inline comments and pull requests. Manage and share your Git repositories to build and ship software, as a team.

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Jira Software is built for every member of your software team to plan, track, and release great software.

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HashiCorp Vault


Secure, store and tightly control access to tokens, passwords, certificates, encryption keys for protecting secrets and other sensitive data using a UI, CLI, or HTTP API.

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Confluence is your collaborative workspace where teams and knowledge meet to achieve great things.

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GitHub brings together the world’s largest community of developers to discover, share, and build better software.

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CrowdStrike’s cloud-native endpoint security platform combines Next-Gen Av, EDR, Threat Intelligence, Threat Hunting, and much more.

Flux7 Blogs and News

Announcing Ansible AWS Session Manager Plugin

We are excited to announce the availability of the Ansible AWS Session Manager Plugin, compatible with the 2.10 release of Ansible. Ansible is a popular configuration management tool due to its push-based model and easy syntax that make it an excellent choice for configuration management. Its ease of use simplifies server configuration management for operations team members and helps development team members take an active part in maintaining playbooks.

IT Modernization and DevOps News Week in Review 9.28.2020

DevOps World anchors this week’s DevOps news as CloudBees makes several announcements at its virtual event. Specifically, the company unveiled two software delivery management modules – for management and engineering productivity use cases — fulfilling its vision to “solve challenging software delivery problems for organizations and enable them to continuously deliver software efficiently…” The CloudBees Software Delivery Management will be GA with these two modules in Q4 2020, according to the company.

Is It Time For A DevOps Culture Reality Check?

In pursuit of the promises and benefits of DevOps, many organizations started down the path to DevOps, approaching it as a technology problem. The thinking was that if the right tools and technologies were in place, the organization could use technology as a means to DevOps success. And frankly, as technologists, we’re comfortable reaching for technology as an answer.