Fugue and New Light Technologies Inc. (NTL) have formed a strategic partnership to extend Fugue’s cloud services to NTL’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure clients.
Users, including email marketers seeking data security, will be provided with public cloud configuration, drift detection, active drift enforcement (e.g., self-healing), infrastructure and security control gap analysis for Amazon Web Services and Azure clientele.
In addition, they can avail themselves of infrastructure-as-code buildout of their environment and third-party uptime monitoring and SLA enforcement, the firms add.
Clients also can benefit from a security model built from NIST, HIPAA, and GDPR controls.
The objective is to “keep customer data and applications secure in a highly efficient and scalable manner," states Phillip Merrick, CEO of Fugue.
NTL feels that the partnership has streamlined the cloud process.
“Instead of having to write custom scripts, alarms, and notifications, we simply turn on Fugue and get alerted if any of our environments deviate in any way from our last build baseline," states Dave Williams, cloud architect with NLT.
Williams adds that “for certain production accounts, we enable active self-healing infrastructure so that when an anomaly is found, the environment is automatically rolled back to the desired configuration."