When Intellyx first wrote about Fugue in December 2016, it was just ramping up its cloud governance as a service offering for AWS.
In the intervening year, Fugue has matured its technology and fine-tuned its story. The company now offers a declarative approach to cloud infrastructure, where Fugue guarantees that the infrastructure as declared will always work as intended.
Fugue thus 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.
Fugue runs in AWS, with Azure support coming soon.
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