Press Coverage

  • Tech Target

    Infrastructure governance keeps systems in compliance

    Compliance is not just for apps and data. Infrastructure, whether on premises or in the cloud, must also adhere to corporate policies. Unfortunately, after resources are spun up for development or production, they often are not checked or audited frequently enough—or at all—to ensure they continue operating in compliance with the rules. Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit Global Giving turned to Fugue to address infrastructure governance, automation, and policy compliance needs.

  • International Business Times

    Why The Uber Hack May Have Been A Ticking Time Bomb

    Even in these days of rapid innovation and heightened security awareness, there’s little that can stop human mistakes from leading to disastrous consequences for businesses. This is especially true when we rely on manual processes and practices in developing complex applications. Fortunately this is also a time of smart, scalable automation, and we now have the tools we need to stop these disasters in their tracks.

  • Sys-Con

    Fugue: Preventing Out-of-Compliance Cloud Deployments

    Fugue prevents configuration drift or the introduction of out-of-compliance resources across the entire cloud deployment, ensuring an accurate reference architecture as well as the ability to audit every aspect of the deployment.

  • the CUBE

    Interview: Josh Stella, Fugue, Peter O'Donoghue, Unisys Federal | AWS re:Invent

    At AWS re:Invent, the CUBE's John Furrier discussed cloud security, compliance, and governance with Fugue CEO Josh Stella and Unisys Federal VP of Application Services, Peter O'Donoghue. Josh and Peter offer solution and market insights, including how partnerships like this one can protect enterprises and government from misconfigurations and human error.

  • Diversity Limited

    Fugue automates all the (AWS) things

    The reality is that modern enterprises are more complex than ever before – they use a myriad of different infrastructure patterns and managing all of that is hard. I’ve also been a critic of current management and monitoring offerings as they tend to (in my view) only deliver half of the equation: they expose the issues but don’t automate the actions. Or they automate actions, but not with a tie-in to monitoring intelligence. This is where Fugue comes in – created by some folks with deep AWS experience, Fugue is all about policy-driven automation.

  • IT Briefcase

    3 Ways to Simplify Your Legacy IT Infrastructure

    In an age of cloud-based infrastructure and software services, the vestigial reliance on legacy systems makes little sense either from an efficiency standpoint or a financial perspective. Here are three ways IT professionals can update their technology for a more simplified and unified infrastructure with more uptime and lower costs.

  • DevOps Digest

    Fugue Adds New Governance Capabilities

    Fugue's latest release is purpose-built to help organizations go faster in the cloud and reduce risks and vulnerabilities associated with reliance on reactive legacy ops practices. Architected with a proactive approach, Fugue continuously assures policy compliance throughout the entire infrastructure lifecycle.

  • ITProPortal

    C-Suite Check-in: Six Strategic Truths about Cloud

    Cloud is one of the most pervasive disruptors—discussed everywhere—yet still one of the least well understood. For most companies, its use is inevitable. Being on the strategic edge, with a view of what’s really happening and armed with knowledge that compels you to act, is probably the best place for the C-Suite to be.

  • Silicon Angle - the Cube

    Fugue Helps Regulated Industries by Taking on Hardest Parts of the Cloud

    Building a cloud infrastructure that works is hard enough, but for government agencies or financial institutions, strict rules and regulations make for a particularly complicated governance challenge. Fugue CEO, Josh Stella, visited with John Walls and Stu Miniman, co-hosts of theCUBE, during this week’s AWS Summit in New York City to discuss how Fugue helps enterprises meet C-suite expectations.

  • SD Times

    The 2017 SD Times 100: ‘Best in Show’ in Software Development

    Fugue has been named one of the top 10 IT Ops companies in the 2017 SD Times 100. The walls separating segments of what has become the modern software development life cycle have come a-tumblin' down. So development managers need to know more about infrastructure than ever before, and these are the companies leading the way.

  • APM Digest

    IT Pros Say: Cloud Needs a Makeover

    In significant numbers across the board, survey respondents cited cloud complexity, compliance and security, cost control, speed of delivery, and domain expertise as the cloud problems their organizations were working to overcome this year.

  • Help Net Security

    Top cloud challenges: Security, compliance, and cost control

    A new Fugue survey, fielded to over 300 IT operations professionals, executives, and developers, found that most respondents believe that the cloud is not living up to expectations because of compliance and security concerns, unexpected downstream costs, and the glut of cloud management tools available in the market.

  • SiliconANGLE

    Fugue targets government agencies for nitty-gritty cloud management

    Rules are important in the computing world, but they are everything for a government agency. That’s why Fugue Inc. has built a new kind of cloud-native automated operating system designed to mitigate risk and streamline system governance.

  • Government Cloud Insider

    AWS GovCloud adds several new services

    Fugue, a provider of automated cloud infrastructure management solutions, announced June 8 that its service is available in AWS GovCloud.

  • DEVOPSdigest

    Fugue Team Conductor Launched

    With the launch of the Fugue Team Conductor, the company delivers centralized control, advanced governance, and secure collaboration for operating on the cloud at scale.

  • SD Times

    Guest View: Five tips for moving fast and well in the cloud

    Here’s the not-so-surprising moral of this story: The key to cloud productivity lies in automating — not only an application’s build, but its provisioning, operations, monitoring processes, in fact, the application’s entire software development life cycle.

  • SYS-CON

    Fugue Named a ‘Cool Vendor’ by Gartner

    Fugue, a leading provider of automated cloud infrastructure management solutions, announced today its inclusion on the "Cool Vendors" list in the 2017 Cloud Computing report published by Gartner, Inc.

  • AWS Insider

    How Do You Control a Cloud?

    The enterprise cloud ecosystem is complex – use these top 5 best practices to holistically optimize your cloud operations, security and compliance.

  • DCInno

    Maryland Startup Fugue Scoops $41M in New Funding Round

    Frederick, Md.-based cloud data infrastructure startup Fugue has picked up about $41 million in a new funding round. The Series D round was led by Washington, D.C.-based New Enterprise Associatesand included investment from the Maryland Venture Fund, a previous investor, the Future Fund, the sovereign wealth fund of Australia.

  • Network World

    Cool tech at AWS re:Invent

    With the free version of Fugue, you can provision multiple cloud environments and enforce infrastructure configurations across AWS regions in a single account.

  • The Next Platform

    Getting Cloud Out Of A Fugue State

    The polyphonic weavings of a fugue in baroque music is a beautiful thing and an apt metaphor for how we want orchestration on cloud infrastructure to behave in a harmonic fashion. Unfortunately, most cloudy infrastructure is in more of a fugue state, complete with multiple personalities and amnesia.

  • Cloudwards

    Fugue Cloud Management Tool Launched for AWS

    Fugue (pronounced few-g) has launched what it calls the “first cloud-native technology that manages the full lifecycle of cloud infrastructure to enterprise IT standards.”

  • AWS Insider

    Start-Up Launches Cloud Management Tool for AWS

    In a new report, research firm Gartner Inc. noted that the depth and complexity of Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) offerings — and the pace of new service introductions — lend themselves to professional assistance for optimized use by enterprises.

  • SDxCentral

    Fugue Solves Pain Point of Running AWS at Scale

    A former Amazon Web Services (AWS) engineer co-founded a company — Fugue — which today announced its cloud infrastructure automation product, also named Fugue. The software is designed to help AWS customers simplify their use of the cloud.

  • IT Business Edge

    Fugue Aims to Automate Serverless Computing

    Looking to accelerate the arrival of a new age of “serverless computing” in the cloud, Fugue today unveiled a management framework designed from the ground up to unify the management of widely distributed IT infrastructure resources.

  • TechCrunch

    Fugue Raises $20M Series C Round For Its Cloud Operating System

    Fugue (the company previously known as Luminal), today announced that it has raised $20 million in a Series C funding round led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The Frederick, MD- and Washington, DC-based company’s previous investors, including Core Capital, are also part of this round.

  • AdWeek

    This N.Y. Design Firm Is Branching Out From the Music Biz

    After spending almost two decades creating album covers for artists like the Rolling Stones and Talking Heads, Stefan Sagmeister wanted to branch out. Enter Jessica Walsh. Initially joining as a designer in 2011, two years later, at the age of 27, she was made partner. The duo announced the news with a nude photo together—something Sagmeister is famous for. Now, the New York-based firm boasts a diverse range of clients, from Levi's to the Guggenheim Museum to Columbia University.

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