Get Well-Architected. 6 steps to removing inactive AWS keys now.

12Feb,18 Post Image

This blog kicks off a series in which we’ll address topics aligned with the AWS Well-Architected framework. If you were at AWS re:Invent, you probably heard AWS CTO Werner Vogels talk about well-architected cloud architecture. The AWS Well-Architected Framework provides a consistent approach and guidance to evaluate architectures and implement scalable designs, with a focus […]

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nClouds named Best New DevOps Solutions Company in 2017 DevOps Dozen Awards

25Jan,18 Post Image

DevOps.com announced the winners of their third annual DevOps Dozen awards. An A-list panel of judges comprised of industry analysts, editors, and other subject matter experts selected nClouds from a list of finalists announced in December, earning nClouds the top spot in the Best New DevOps Solutions Company category. We’re honored, of course, and want […]

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5 Reasons AWS Service Catalog is Sexy for DevOps and Cloud

18Jan,18 Post Image

As organizations expand cloud adoption, it becomes critical to track assets, build workflows, and secure workloads in a defined and standardized manner. With AWS Service Catalog, you can launch pre-approved resources in AWS and incorporate existing ITSM and ITOM systems into your cloud workflows to eliminate silos and encourage DevOps best practices. At nClouds, we’re […]

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3 Takeaways from nDimensional’s Rapid Infrastructure Scaling

09Jan,18 Post Image

Together with co-sponsor AWS, nClouds recently added our second entry to the 5C’s Series of webinars discussing customer journeys with CI, CD, Containers, Cloud and Culture. The new webinar explores the story of nDimensional, a pioneer in machine learning, AI, big data, and IoT, and how they scaled their infrastructure to support rapid growth. I […]

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10 steps to migrating a MongoDB replica set

07Dec,17 Post Image

Migrating a database is a typical task for many DevOps engineers and one we do frequently for our clients. Amazon has this great, aptly named service called AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) https://aws.amazon.com/dms/ that we use to migrate databases like Oracle, MySQL, or SQL Server from one server to another. But there are databases that […]

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