Cloud Automation

Brandorr Group is a consultancy that offers migration services, system development, remote administration, automation, deployment and scalability of web-applications on AWS (Amazon Web Services) infrastructure. As an Advanced AWS Consulting partner, Brandorr Group offers the following services.

  • Automated management of infrastructure, using open source tools such as Puppet, Foreman, Capistrano and a great number of custom tools.
  • Ensuring applications have the resources to scale and handle unexpected growth.
  • Setup and management of business tools such as ticket management systems, issue trackers, source code management and wikis.
  • Personalized 24/7 monitoring of your applications and systems, alerting you to problems, and enabling our experienced professionals to quickly respond to emergencies.
  • Database administration, ensuring availability and performance, even under an increasing load.

As a result, our customers are able to quickly and cost-effectively scale their IT infrastructure!
If you need any assistance in planning or supporting your infrastructure, please contact us now.

Wherever sensible, Brandorr Group is committed to using and improving open-source tools. This lowers software licensing costs and gives back to the greater computing community.

Recent blog posts

Foreman 1.10 released

Foreman 1.10 is ready!

The greatest news is that Smart-proxy DNS is now pluggable! It is very useful improvement, because this enables third party DNS services, like Amazon Route53 and PowerDNS.
We're testing it right now, and are really excited about this, as we use Route53 as well as DNSMadeEasy, which we hope to add support for in the future..

This version brings lots of other new highlights, the most noticeable of which are:

What type of AMI should you use?

One of the questions we regularly get, is which Linux AMI should I use at Amazon EC2? To answer this question, there are a number of questions you'll need to ask yourself to narrow it down.

16 TB Elastic Block Store (EBS) Volumes now available

Amazon finally released EBS volumes that are larger than 1TB, a
feature many have been waiting for, for years.