Radically Simplify Cloud Operations

Build, enforce, and terminate your cloud workloads at scale, continuously and automatically.

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Introducing Fugue

Cloud Infrastructure Automation for the Digital Enterprise

  • Reduce Deployment Friction

    Streamline application deployment to development, test, and production environments.

  • Automate the Cloud Lifecycle

    Assert declarative control over cloud ops management and maintenance.

  • Monitor and Mitigate Risk

    Automate enforcement of corporate governance, compliance policies, and change controls.

Cloud Ops at Scale

The Foundation Layer for Your Cloud Ecosystem

Manage your Amazon Web Services infrastructure at the API layer across compute, data storage, and network. Leverage pre-built AWS best practices to migrate new workloads or optimize the management of existing workloads with efficiency and speed. Easy to adopt and use, Fugue operates within your AWS account and works with your existing applications, toolchains, and workflows.

What Fugue does

Control at the Speed of DevOps

Validate your infrastructure-as-code—and policy as code—in design time, and enforce cloud operations, compliance, and corporate governance in the runtime. Declare the cloud you need. Fugue makes it so and makes sure it remains so.

Fugue composition examples

Fugue Compositions

Declare cloud infrastructure using human-readable compositions and a modular library system for efficient collaboration and pattern reusability. Fugue features design-time validation and compliance checks to guard against misconfigured deployments.

Fugue Conductor

Automate the deployment and operations of cloud infrastructure and enforce configurations using the Fugue Conductor. The Conductor runs in your cloud account and operates against cloud APIs to ensure what’s running is always what you’ve declared.

We Wrote the Book on Immutable Infrastructure

O’Reilly and Fugue are proud to present you with our guide on immutable infrastructure—infrastructure that is replaced rather than maintained. Immutable infrastructure gives us a deployment and operations strategy that yields predictability, reliability, and scalability in application delivery.

Fugue In The News

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  • The New Stack
  • The Next Platform
  • TechCrunch
  • VentureBeat

The Latest

  • Why We Built Ludwig — a DSL for the Cloud of Today and the Future

    Fugue uses a new domain-specific language, Ludwig, to describe infrastructure configuration. Before we started building, we looked around for what we wanted, but didn't find it all in one place. We want typical things you do in cloud to be easy, and not feel like programming. We want users to get great error messages, fast. We want a program that compiles to almost always work in the cloud. We want sophisticated work to be possible, but safe, predictable, and shareable.

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  • Fugue Emerges to Solve Complexity of Operating at Scale in the Cloud

    Fugue announces the availability of its cloud-native solution for fully automating the deployment, operations, and enforcement of cloud infrastructure at scale. We're also introducing our leadership team! Check out our latest blogs, our new website, and learn about Fugue at the AWS Summit in New York on Thursday, August 11. Come by Booth 254, talk with our representatives, and get a firsthand look at how we can help you radically simplify cloud infrastructure complexity.

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  • Fugue Computing: Next Generation Infrastructure Automation Is Here

    The elastic compute systems of any given enterprise are now distributed across tens, hundreds, thousands or more physical nodes running an ever-growing array of cloud services, but there is no central coordinating function to act as a nexus for control and trust. In the midst of this unwieldy reality is an even more compelling reality—that the cloud is not, in fact, merely a collection of infrastructure. It’s the world’s first global computer. And, just as we abstracted the hardware of individual computers decades ago, we can abstract the distributed hardware of the cloud and radically simplify operations complexity.

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