Your Happy Herd Lives In the Cloud: Why Next-Generation Managed Services Makes Sense for Your Enterprise

Jordan Bressler Uncategorized

Say you’re a rancher. Now, for most of you reading this blog, you will have to use your imagination to picture life on the open plains, proudly riding your cattle herd and knowing that your livelihood depends upon these beefy, bountiful steeds. Somewhere along this journey, you’ll be faced with a critical decision: One of your prized cattle has come …

Blue Sentry Grows its Leadership Team With Addition of Two Seasoned Technology Executives

Jordan Bressler Newsroom

Rapidly growing cloud services firm adds executive talent to help meet the demands for its cloud migration and managed services offerings  Myrtle Beach, SC – June 7, 2016 – Blue Sentry Inc. has expanded its leadership team to help the company meet the swelling demand from mid-market and enterprise companies seeking to migrate to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) hyper-scale …

Terraform with Cloud Init on EC2 Instances in Private Subnets with VPC Endpoints

Brad Campbell Amazon Web Services, Cloud Technology

Recently, I was working on a Terraform script for a client that required some instance-level provisioning at creation time. The user_data atrribute of Terraform’s aws_instance provider is a perfect use-case for this sort of setup. In this case, I was working with an Amazon Linux AMI, so I elected to work with cloud-init as my user_data mechanism (vs vanilla shell …