Security Patches and Updates in the CloudFix Infrastructure


Customers using CloudFix have frequently inquired about the frequency and methodology of evaluating patches and updates for the CloudFix infrastructure. This article provides a comprehensive answer to this recurring query.



CloudFix is dedicated to ensuring that its SaaS tool is continuously optimized, secure, and up-to-date. Here are the key details regarding the evaluation of patches and updates for CloudFix's infrastructure:

  1. Infrastructure Deployment: CloudFix deploys its infrastructure using AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) and Infrastructure as Code (IaC). This means that with every deployment, AWS resources are updated to their latest stable versions.

  2. Serverless Architecture: CloudFix does not rely on traditional infrastructure components like servers or clusters. Instead, all CloudFix processes run on AWS Lambda, which is a serverless computing service. This approach means there are no manual updates required for servers or clusters on CloudFix's end.

  3. Infrastructure Management by AWS: Given that CloudFix operates using AWS services, the responsibility of maintaining the underlying infrastructure, including its security and updates, lies with AWS. AWS, a global leader in cloud services, ensures that its services are regularly updated, secure, and compliant with industry standards.

Please also note that Cloudfix is SOC2 type 1 and type 2 certified

For more information on the security and compliance of AWS infrastructure please check: AWS Compliance


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