Cloud Automation

Brandorr Group offers system development, remote administration, automation, deployment and scalability of web-applications on Amazon Web Services infrastructure.

  • 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.
  • Custom software developed to your exact needs with a variety of languages and technologies.
  • 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!

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.

Unveiling the PerceptionNYC Website

After much hard work, we're happy to present the new PerceptionNYC Website.

Handed a design by Perception's talented professionals, we created the Drupal 7 site in just over a week. This includes HTML5 style video, with flash fallback for maximum browser compatibility, even on mobile.

NYC Drupal Camp 10

Brandorr Group is a proud sponsor of Drupal Camp 10!

...and a truly great camp it is, the quality and content of the presentations was simply outstanding! 'camp' is a misnomer, really it's a full-blown single-day conference that had something for everybody via any of five tracks

Creating a secure Debian or Ubuntu Apt repo

Creating a personal apt repo is a great idea for managing custom packages while still utilizing apt's management and dependency abilities. (We are not going to cover all the specifics of why one would want to create a custom apt repo, that should be self-explanatory.) Creating a secure apt repo accessible via apt is relatively straight forward, three items need to be setup: the repo dir, httpd, and GPG to sign the packages.