We are honored to be named for a third year running, a finalist in the TechTarget Modern Infrastructure Impact awards for Best AWS Consultant/Partner. This category recognizes the top consultants and integration partners in the field, those that consistently excel at creatively solving customer challenges through AWS services.
Enterprises are migrating critical infrastructure to AWS at increasingly rapid rates and seeking to partner with experts to help speed migrations and reduce the risks of adopting this new technology. Late last week AWS announced its official migration competency partners and Flux7 is on the list, chosen for our deep experience and proven ability in helping businesses move successfully to AWS.
Just last month we wrote about Docker upping the security ante with a number of new security controls built into Docker 1.10 and here we are yet again. Dockercon 16 is coming up fast - June 19-21, 2016 in Seattle - and we're looking forward to sharing the Dockercon stage for second time with a customer - Fugro this time - to talk about how enterprises can use Docker and AWS to address common challenges. Check out the speaker list here.
The Austin Docker Meetup for August is right around the corner, and we’re excited to be hosting it! Taking place on Thursday, August 6 at 6 p.m., Flux7 CEO Aater Suleman will be speaking about “Building a Learning Lab Solution Using Docker”.
Furthering our mission of helping customers confidently manage their own cloud infrastructures, we’re excited to announce that our collaboration withCloudamize is helping us offer the cloud lifecycle information that our customers need to effectively administer their workloads.
Flux7 CEO Aater Suleman will be speaking at DevOps Days Austin Monday and Tuesday May 4-5, 2015. Aater's presentation, titled "IT Process Orchestration with Jenkins" is during the Ignite block on May 5th, starting at 12:45. See the full program here.
As Docker containers picks up steam, the last weekend in March, Austin enjoyed the first Container Days #cdatx. This event was modeled after the highly successful DevOps days. It was a great event and credit goes to Boyd Hemphill from Stack Engine for spear-heading the effort.
Last week, our life sciences and healthcare solution practice was officially recognized as a Life Sciences Competency Partner by Amazon Web Services. We share this recognition with the seven original systems integration partners, announced with the launch of the program in October 2014. However, the small size of this expert group is not reflective of the amount of innovation in the health sector, but rather the complexity of issues subject matter expertise relevant for success with cloud infrastructure in this area.
Last week was AWS re:Invent 2014, the annual Amazon Web Services conference. Every year, the event brings with it the newest announcements in Amazon cloud products, services and strategies.