Brandorr

Cloud Automation

Brandorr Group offers system development, remote administration, automation, deployment and scalability of web-applications on Amazon Web Services infrastructure.

  • Automated management of infrastructure, using open source tools such as Puppet, Foreman, Capistrano and a great number of custom tools.
  • Ensuring applications have the resources to scale and handle unexpected growth.
  • Custom software developed to your exact needs with a variety of languages and technologies.
  • Setup and management of business tools such as ticket management systems, issue trackers, source code management and wikis.
  • Personalized 24/7 monitoring of your applications and systems, alerting you to problems, and enabling our experienced professionals to quickly respond to emergencies.
  • Database administration, ensuring availability and performance, even under an increasing load.

As a result, our customers are able to quickly and cost-effectively scale their IT infrastructure!

Wherever sensible, Brandorr Group is committed to using and improving open-source tools. This lowers software licensing costs and gives back to the greater computing community.

April Puppet NYC Meetup

This month (April 13th) we gave a presentation to the NYC puppet User Group, on the node classification tool Foreman.

Joe Crobak, we attended wrote up an excellent blog post capturing our preso: http://www.crobak.org/2011/04/recap-april-puppet-nyc-meetup/

December AWS news: PCI compliance, bigger S3 objects, Mobile SDKs and FreeBSD running on EC2

Colin Percival has gotten FreeBSD running on EC2: http://www.daemonology.net/blog/2010-12-13-FreeBSD-on-EC2.html This is great news for all those BSD shops out their waiting for cloud support.

Amazon finally launched a much requested (at least by us) DNS service: http://aws.amazon.com/route53/

Brandorr Group LLC presenting today on Amazon Cloud Computing at DrupalCampNYC8

If you are attending come check it out. We will be presenting in Room 200 at 11:10am. We will be demoing spinning up a Drupal instance, and reviewing Amazon's services. Check out the full summary here: http://groups.drupal.org/node/77448

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