We work with a variety of healthcare companies and recently had the opportunity to work with one who brings the fun of fitness to customers. This firm pairs motivational workouts with gamification elements to ensure that its customers attain health and fitness.
How Flux7 Helped Increase Developer Productivity with AWS Service Catalog
At Flux7, we are expert at helping healthcare organizations gain a competitive advantage in the market through IT modernization projects that amplify their inherent business strengths. So when were approached by this healthcare organization who sees technology as a competitive advantage, we were quite excited to dive in.
As AWS experts we work closely with organizations who handle a wide variety of sensitive information – from patient health records to credit card data and more. Resultantly, we are always on the look-out for technology and best practice-based improvements to ensuring cloud-based security. With more and more of our clients looking to embrace a microservices architecture, cloud security and compliance naturally didn’t stop being a focus which is why we are happy at the news from AWS today that they’ve addressed how to help secure container-enabled applications with IAM Roles for ECS tasks.
Part 2: How to Make AWS Config Work for You
One of the biggest fears that CIOs of the digital age have is not only server crashes, but the inability to recover the system to its last-known state. This is particularly painful in compliance-heavy industries that are subject to external audits to make sure everything is being performed to industry standards and within federal compliance. AWS Config is a service which picks out a detailed account of what happens with your AWS configuration while giving you the critical ability to go back in time and verify or check the state your AWS resources were at a given point of time.
The future of pharmaceutical companies is changing. From new ways to develop and extend the use of drugs, to direct patient communication, digital pharma is coming. Many industries have seen a surge in digital business models, but pharma has generally been seen as lagging, burdened by regulation, economic factors and traditional processes.
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.
Healthcare providers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and biotechnology companies are spawning their own health tech start-up ecosystems to solve some of the most complex health problems. Often, this is accomplished through the use of high performance computing (HPC) and Big Data analytics. Patient-derived data, such as genomics, can now be compared against very large data sets to identify patterns, matches and other indicators that can provide new treatment plans and essentially better health outcomes.
Unique cloud strategies to gain business advantage
Cloud computing in healthcare is driving a new era of change.
This week, we’re starting a new project with a client who is laser-focused on improving the performance of its website. This ecommerce company knows its customers won’t stand for slow load times. And, a poor-performing site can damage its search rankings, risks it doesn’t want to take.
Small and large businesses alike are increasingly migrating their mission-critical business functions to the cloud. They are increasingly linking their success and business agility with their ability to maintain high-performance websites and services.
While cloud service providers strive to maintain 99.9% uptime rates, risk still exists. They are in regard to service providers and related to how a business’ cloud infrastructure is architected and maintained.
We’re getting ready to kick off a series of interactive webinars focused on addressing issues we’ve uncovered during our recent IT assessments in regard to DevOps and the cloud. So, we thought now is a good time to share an article, featuring Flux7 CEO Aater Suleman, that sifts through how to successfully move to a DevOps culture.
The article, posted at DevOps.com, is entitled: "Q&A with Aater Suleman: Successfully Moving to DevOps," and it answers the questions: