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Living In A Microservice World: Why Kubernetes Security Matters

This article originally appeared on Forbes 

It’s frequently said that Kubernetes is one of the fastest-growing projects in open-source history (paywall). Along with containers and microservices, Kubernetes is gaining traction within more and more enterprises as it helps expedite time to market, more quickly meeting evolving customer demands while providing greater return on investment with less total cost of ownership. Yet, amid all the enthusiasm for increased productivity, it’s important not to forget about security controls in the process.

DevOps Consulting Services Provide Greater Long-Term Benefits

The technology field is experiencing a real pinch when it comes to finding skilled talent. In fact, over five million IT jobs will be added to the global economy in the next 8 years, according to BusinessInsider. With companies already struggling to fill these positions, many teams find themselves in need of extra man hours to achieve their team goals and business objectives.

Why Flux7 Favors Remote AWS DevOps Consulting Services


We are often asked by prospective customers about our remote approach to providing AWS DevOps consulting services as many enterprises are accustomed to working with service providers onsite. At Flux7, we believe that remote consulting provides distinct advantages that are important to pass along to the customer.

Accelerate Cloud Success with Factories that Support DevOps at Scale

What do factories have to do with DevOps? Consider that the introduction of factories vastly improved society’s ability to manufacture goods, replacing a system where each component of a product needed to be individually created by a craftsman. In contrast, factories introduced parts that were machine-created to such precise specifications that they became interchangeable and as a result ushered in an era of mass production. In much the same way, factories replace the individual craftsmanship of our Operations and Development employees, replacing their time-consuming construction of individual cloud components with a factory that can quickly create precise and secure IT artifacts.

Global FinTech Gains Business Unit Alignment To Increase Time to Market

The customer in today’s DevOps Case Study is a global supplier of financial service technology who was challenged by this organizational tension and other internal factors that constrained growth. It turned to the DevOps consulting team at Flux7 to help it bridge the gap with DevOps automation that would help it streamline its delivery processes, ensuring faster times to market with security built in for operational stability.

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