|By Jason Bloomberg||
|December 1, 2016 08:23 PM EST|
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief
Fugue, a new innovative entrant in the burgeoning cloud management and orchestration space, announced its free version at Amazon’s AWS re:Invent conference taking place this week in Las Vegas.
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The company is targeting the free version of its flagship product to development, staging, and testing environments and towards those organizations in the early stages of their cloud journey. The innovative product helps IT organizations take full advantage of complex cloud infrastructures by enabling them to dynamically and holistically manage their cloud infrastructure as a single environment.
Employing the infrastructure-as-code concept, the free Fugue version enables developers and DevOps engineers to provision and orchestrate multiple cloud environments while protecting against configuration drift and enforcing policy compliance. The free version of Fugue can be accessed at www.fugue.co.
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