We are proud to announce the publication of the latest Men’s Fitness (and Men’s Journal) magazine website. This is the latest in a series of magazine websites we converted to WordPress CMS.Continue reading
Boyle Software, Inc. is now a member of the Center for Internet Security (CIS) SecureSuite®. This new partnership provides us access to multiple cyber-security resources including the CIS-CAT Pro configuration assessment tool, remediation content, full-format CIS Benchmarks™ and more.
We are pleased to announce that Galvanized Media has brought two of their most popular websites onto our HeartyHosting platform. As of July 1st, both Eat This, Not That! and Best Life are now on Boyle Software’s powerful cloud-hosting service, optimized for the kind of high-traffic these media sites receive on a regular basis. We have been handling overall development of Galvanized’s WordPress sites for several months now, but we are really happy that they have selected HeartyHosting for this pair of flagship properties.
Building on an excellent 2016, Boyle Software’s cloud services platform HeartyHosting added a slew of terrific new features in 2017. As an AWS partner, we continued to grow our expertise and extend our usage of Amazon’s best-of-breed services, continuously innovating and bringing our clients new levels of efficiency and value. The list of HeartyHosting’s new capabilities, upgrades, and offerings for this past year is impressive:
It’s now easier and cheaper to build pub/sub architectures with AWS.
For any of you Node.js folks out there already using serverless frameworks like ‘The Serverless Framework‘ , you’ll definitely want to checkout the really cool Claudia.js framework…
We love Serverless technology here at Boyle Software – being able to build applications comprised of microservices, which run in response to events, auto-scaling, being able to focus on the business problems rather than infrastructure, lower costs etc – the list goes on.
If you are a DevOp responsible for website uptime it’s important to be the first one to notice website issues or, even better, notice that the site is about to suffer an outage and prevent it. Also, if you are committed to providing 24×7 customer support you want to get notified about the new inquires as soon as they arrive.
To address this we have developed a cloud service called Duty24x7 that allows to resend and escalate unacknowledged email alerts and track them. Continue reading