Aerospace Meets Cloud Computing Aerospace is the rare occasion where the phrase ‘it’s not rocket science’ doesn’t apply! Between R&D and...
Foghorn Achieves AWS Well Architected Practitioner
by Peter Roosakos | Mar 1, 2022 | Amazon Web Services, AWS, Cloud, Cloud Management, Cost Optimization, Public Cloud, Security
Amazon Web Services (AWS) publishes their opinions of best practice architectures, and has historically performed Well Architected Reviews for key customers. Recently,...
Azure DevOps YAML Pipeline with Terraform
by Shawn Zolla | Feb 15, 2022 | Azure, Cloud Management
In my last post, I discussed the power of the Azure DevOps YAML pipeline with all of its built in features. Today, I would like to focus on a specific use case for the...
Azure DevOps Multi-Stage YAML Pipelines
by Shawn Zolla | Feb 8, 2022 | Azure, Cloud Management
As companies advance their IT operating infrastructure in the Cloud, inevitably the conversation of automating Infrastructure as Code (IaC) comes up. At Foghorn we have...
AWS and GCP, Account vs Project Boundaries
by Ryan Fackett | Feb 2, 2022 | AWS, Cloud, Cloud Management, GCP, Public Cloud
One of the most interesting differences between GCP and AWS is how each vendor recommends you isolate the blast radius of functional teams. AWS will tell you that in all...
Helm Versus Kustomize
by Loren Lisk | Jan 25, 2022 | Cloud Management
When Kubernetes first became popular, most engineers had to work with just native Kubernetes object manifests. Then when Helm arrived it became the de facto standard for...
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