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Racquel Yerbury

November 27th, 2017

9 minute read

No matter how you built your cloud—no matter what tools or services you’ve used to provision an application’s infrastructure—you can migrate existing workloads to Fugue easily and securely with no downtime. At AWS re:Invent this week, November 27 - December 1, test out Fugue’s automated infrastructure governance with our team at booth 1600 or.
September 19th, 2017

8 minute read

One of the most difficult things to understand about the cloud is the shape and extent of your overall application in it, whether you’re manually building your app’s infrastructure using the AWS Console or CLI, or scripting it using CloudFormation or another provisioning tool. Solutions architects, developers, and systems administrators make.
August 29th, 2017

7 minute read

Twenty minutes or two weeks to spin up your new applications and new product features? Automated care and feeding of infrastructure that requires minimal human intervention or bespoke care and feeding that requires continual attention? The choice seems pretty obvious.


Back in 2006, Jeff Bezos was building Amazon Web Services (AWS) to solve a.

June 13th, 2017

5 minute read

Fugue now supports the Amazon Web Services (AWS) GovCloud region, which means federal agencies, like enterprises, can automate operations in the cloud fast, while simultaneously meeting regulatory demands. Fugue deployments start with powerful, but easy-to-understand code declarations in a composition that governs a system’s infrastructure. By.
January 10th, 2017

5 minute read


“It worked on my laptop!”


Seven weeks into your latest project, you’ve gotten to the point where management wants a demo. Your first spike was run from a node server that you ran on your laptop. When another developer joined, you moved the environment to Vagrant so you could share an image. When the third and fourth bodies were assigned,.

December 16th, 2016

7 minute read

We’re a couple of weeks out of re:Invent and its dizzying buzz—the slew of service and feature announcements, the industry tracks and community meetings, the Mini Cons, the integration and how-to session deep dives, the intensive networking, the mall of sponsors with every manner of product presentation … even festive bling from the ever-present.
April 11th, 2016

14 minute read

Think about the cloud as a massive global computer . That paradigm—with developers and users managing hyperscale cloud services within its framework—means tapping into a kind of pattern recognition. Cloud data centers, substations, and fiber are physical components of a cloud motherboard. Genuine cloud operating systems like Fugue can be built..
December 1st, 2015

3 minute read

Jared Tobin is one of our consultants at —he's a programmer and researcher based out of Auckland, New Zealand. Jared's article in this month's issue of PragPub, The Pragmatic Bookshelf's magazine affiliation, is a helpful read if you're interested in functional programming and Haskell in particular. Check out "Practical Recursion.
November 2nd, 2014

2 minute read

Our product, now in beta release , is called Fugue. It's a distinctive word. And, unless you're a musician, it's probably not a part of your standard vocabulary. This video blog is solely about that word—fugue—and its primary meaning in music.


Metaphors are some of the most powerful tools we have in language for illustrating what's in our.

March 9th, 2014

6 minute read

March 8 was International Women's Day . Some celebrated. Some scoffed. Some lives are so tough that calendars mean little. In the U.S., a Presidential Proclamation highlights the entire month of March; it's an eloquent document with compelling reminders of sacrifices made, achievements earned, brutalities endured, present and past, by women. The.

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