Liquidity’s position as leaders of the industry is due in no small part to the vision shared by the founding team, who in 1999 understood that the longstanding surplus industry had not been keeping up with advances in technology.
100 of Liquidity’s Linux servers were in need of visibility and consistency and they were not willing to take a chance on their business-critical systems.
Liquidity, along with every business with a significant IT organization knows that any configuration anomaly is just another opportunity for something to go wrong. Liquidity took no chances with their business-critical systems.
The addition of UpGuard allowed Liquidity’s team to look into using automated build and deploy technology to further streamline their workflows. UpGuard identified significant gaps in processes between developers, and incentivized the introduction of automated environment build and deploy features, which had previously been disregarded.