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    AWS re:Invent 2018: What Excited Us and What Surprised Us

    Fugue Team

    With AWS re:Invent 2018 now behind us, we wanted to share some of our reactions to the event and many of the announcements. It was an exciting time for Fugue, as we announced the availability of our new SaaS solution, an easy-to-use solution for finding compliance violations in your AWS environments, detecting infrastructure drift, and automatically remediating it when it occurs.

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    Securing AWS CloudFormation Stacks with Fugue

    Fugue Team

    Launched in 2011, AWS CloudFormation was a game changer because it was one of the first template-based, infrastructure-as-code (IaC) tools that provided the ability to express the full cloud infrastructure stack as configuration files. It wasn’t limited to the OS layer like traditional configuration management tools. However, organizations that operate on AWS under strict security rules and compliance regimes (i.e., HIPAA, PCI, NIST 800-53) need to make sure their infrastructure is created in accordance with the applicable security and regulatory policies—and stays aligned in the face of constant change. The Risk of Cloud Misconfigurations, Drift, and Policy Violations IaC tools like CloudFormation (CF) were not designed to address security and compliance comprehensively, and they...

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    How Whisker Labs Protects Consumer Data and Streamlines Compliance in the Cloud

    Fugue Team

    For many people, their home is their largest and most valuable investment. However, most do not know how well their home is functioning. With the emerging of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, any device can be put on your home network and be at your command. A home automation system can control lighting, climate, entertainment systems and appliances. A “connected” or smart home provides a wealth of information that can be used to save the homeowner money, time and frustration. One company, Whisker Labs, is leveraging data analytics from energy IoT devices to deliver home intelligence via energy savings and greater peace of mind. The company’s sensing and software technology mines the electrical network of the home, detecting electrical fire hazards. Energy management services...

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    Why Maintaining Continuous PCI Compliance on AWS Matters to GlobalGiving

    Fugue Team

    One of the most common regulations out there is PCI, which helps ensure the security of financial and personal information for payment card transactions. Any organization that accepts credit card payments, or stores, processes and transmits cardholder data, must be PCI compliant. That means most organizations, from not-for-profits to small businesses to large corporations, must comply. Non-compliance can result in costly fines or worse: data breaches, a loss of customer trust, and lasting brand damage. For organizations adopting cloud, maintaining PCI compliance brings new challenges. PCI governs how IT infrastructure--such as servers, networks, and databases--must be configured to ensure data is protected at all times. But in the cloud, infrastructure is programmable and...

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    Fugue Emerges to Solve Complexity of Operating at Scale in the Cloud

    Fugue Team

    We Have Two Big Announcements This week, Fugue launches its cloud infrastructure automation system and introduces its leadership team! Check out the respective press releases: Fugue Launches Next-Generation System for Automating and Continuously Managing Cloud Infrastructure - Patented Solution Radically Simplifies Cloud Operations Complexity Fugue Emerges to Solve Complexity of Operating at Scale in the Cloud - Announces executive appointments of technology veterans to drive company's growth strategy We're also showcasing Fugue at the AWS Summit in New York at the Javits Center on Thursday, August 11. Come by Booth 254, talk with our representatives, and get a firsthand look at how we can help you radically simplify cloud infrastructure complexity. Not in New York? Register...

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    See Fugue's Cloud Operating System in Action at the AWS Summit Santa Clara

    Fugue Team

    Our team is showcasing Fugue's cloud operating system at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Summit in Santa Clara today, July 13. Come by booth 420 to talk with our representatives and get a firsthand look at how we can help you radically simplify cloud infrastructure complexity. Last month, at the AWS Public Sector Summit in Washington, D.C., Fugue CEO Josh Stella spoke on immutable infrastructure to a packed house—standing room only—in a joint session on cloud-native DevOps with AWS Senior Solutions Architect, Alex Corley. Josh shared our view that the cloud actually functions as a global meta-computer and that Fugue has been specifically designed to be a robust operating system for it. You program infrastructure with the declarative simplicity and functional power of Ludwig, our new...

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    Fugue Extends Value of AWS Cloud, Kicks off Summer AWS Summit Tour

    Fugue Team

    Fugue to exhibit at AWS Public Sector Summit, Fugue CEO Josh Stella to speak on cloud-native DevOps and Immutable Infrastructure Washington, DC – June 20, 2016 – Fugue Inc., a venture-backed software startup developing a system for continuously and automatically building, optimizing, and enforcing cloud infrastructure, has announced that it will be exhibiting and speaking at the AWS Public Sector Summit in Washington, D.C., on June 20-21, 2016. Summit attendees can see a demonstration of Fugue's cloud operating system by visiting company representatives at booth # 1008. Fugue co-founder and CEO Josh Stella will be speaking on modern DevOps approaches for designing, deploying, and operating cloud infrastructure. “We are in the waning days of the first phase of cloud computing,”...

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    We're now Fugue and we raised $20M

    Fugue Team

    We’re excited to announce that we’ve closed a $20M C Round with NEA and other previous investors, including Core Capital , bringing our total funding to $34M. In addition, we’re consolidating our branding and our company now will be known as Fugue—that’s the name of the cloud operating system we’re developing. The rapid adoption of cloud computing brings new challenges as applications have become distributed and infrastructure has proliferated. Fugue reins in this complexity and simplifies operations by building, enforcing, and optimizing cloud infrastructure, continuously and automatically. Fugue can be used to operate cloud-native workloads and to migrate and run traditional data center applications in the cloud. It will initially operate workloads on Amazon Web Services. Read more...

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