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  • Using Amazon Aurora for a Serverless Solution for Lead Prospecting.

    With a serverless approach, your organization can eliminate the need for time-consuming and high-cost infrastructure provisioning. In this report, learn how one company utilized Amazon Aurora’s serverless managed solution to secure their robust open source database. Find the details here.

  • Raffle: A Solution for Lead Prospecting

    For IO Progressions, working with AWS Lambda’s tools helped eliminate the need for infrastructure provisioning, which in turn made data management easier—and cheaper. Learn more about IO Progressions and AWS’s partnership in this quick guide.

  • LAUNTRA: A Fully Serverless Solution

    For many companies—big and small—an on-premise solution isn’t a viable option due to its associated costs. Instead, enterprises are shifting to serverless solutions, particularly on AWS. In this guide, find diagrams exploring your options when pursuing a serverless solution.

  • Achieve Enterprise Integration with AWS Lambdas, SWF and SQS

    In this guide, find a step-by-step walkthrough on how to create an environment where the sequence of task executions is orchestrated by a single entity—all with AWS. The walkthrough delves into the challenges and recommendations for enterprise integration without designated integration platforms.

  • Continuous Replication of Data in a Heterogeneous Database Migration

    SaaS providers like Brightfield, who provide an augmented analytics service, often find their database licensing costs unsustainable. As a result, many of these businesses are migrating their databases to AWS. Check out this case study to learn how Brightfield managed to migrate to AWS without having to incur significant downtime.

  • Using Amazon RDS for a fully Serverless Solution

    Web management is strongest when developers have full control over their environment. The good news is that a serverless solution can facilitate the creation of such an infrastructure. In this report, learn how developers are using Amazon RDS for a fully serverless solution.

  • Using Edge Services in Complex Routes for ECommerce

    The shift to online retail has caused a bit of commotion for businesses who need an E-Commerce redesign. Whether that redesign involves infrastructure, back-end, front-end, or online marketing, this guide offers some strategies your business can try on for size.

  • Using Amazon RDS for a Serverless Solution for Lead Prospecting

    Customer insight is now critical business information—and if you can capture it, you can use it to rocket your business forward. As IO Progressions discovered, a serverless approach allows businesses to use central and secure repositories for customer information, all while maintaining control over the business flow and costs.

  • Managed Services for Startups, Small and Medium Businesses

    Dive into this white paper to learn why managed services are often the most cost-effective option for startups and SMB organizations. Inside, you’ll find a benefits comparison between hiring an MSP vs. traditional buy-and-build IT configurations.

  • Using AWS Edge Services in Complex Routes for E-Commerce

    When creating their E-commerce platform, Ritani used Route53, CloudFront and Lambda@Edge. With CloudFront, a content delivery tool, they were able to enrich web applications by distributing them globally and allowing code execution in response to events generated by the CDN. Download this case study to learn more.

  • eCommerce - Mule integrations as order management system

    There are many different preventive measures retailers should take – if their existing architecture allows it. In this case study, learn how a company expanded into E-Commerce using the MuleSoft Anypoint platform. The platform allowed them to reduce incomplete orders by 99.5% and increase revenue by 35%. Read the case study here to learn more.

  • A fully AWS Serverless solution

    For some organizations, physical infrastructure isn’t an option because of high costs and the need for scalability. Organizations are opting for cloud-native solutions. One web management platform provider worked with a cloud services provider to create an AWS cloud-native and serverless infrastructure. Read about the details in the case study.

  • Migration from a limited hosting platform to a robust SaaS solution on AWS

    How much does IT infrastructure limit what your business is capable of? For an event management SaaS platform, the platform was restricted to smaller events due to the limitations in the company’s infrastructure and architecture. See how the platform upgraded its infrastructure step by step with AWS in this case study. Download it here.

  • Advanced MuleSoft Training- Case Study

    In this case study, one company had been using a monolithic application for 6 months – and they weren’t happy. The system had no error recovery and performance was laggard. With MuleSoft training, the company was able to plan a strong integration architecture that ensured better error handling and scalability. Read the details of the study here.

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