Category: Case Study

Case Study
February 23, 2021

Edmodo

Problem Description: Organized, sophisticated and persistent cyber-threat-actors pose a significant challenge to large, high-value organizations. They are capable of disrupting and destroying cyber infrastructures, denying organizations access to IT services, and stealing sensitive information including intellectual property, trade secrets and customer data. SMB organizations are often challenged by incident response management, in part because incident […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

AIRR

Problem Description: Artificial intelligence has become a must have strength for almost all organizations to be sustainable in the business. Some enterprises have already embraced it and others are planning to invest and included it in their roadmaps. However still the success rates of these investments are at a low level. This is mainly because […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

Match

Problem Description: In early 2017, Match.com had become the largest online dating platform reporting over 35 Million users, with the only competitor eHarmony far from catching up with only 17.5 Million. The advent of this new romantic age that leveraged online technologies in the quest for love, brought with it a whole new category of […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

H&R Block

Problem Description: When H&R Block came to us they were facing various challenges. Whilst already largely virtualized, their infrastructure and IT systems contained applications with many legacy features and the performance of many applications was suboptimal. Especially one of the consumer group services tended to underperform and required elastic scalability to service fluctuating numbers of […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

Tickets.com

Problem Description: As a platform, Tickets.com must handle a large number of requests and manage many varied integration services from multiple third party vendors who are selling tickets through Tickets.com. This multi-party integration of different APIs posed significant problems for setting up and managing the platform’s backend. Furthermore, as the event industry is subject to […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

MariaDB

Problem Description: Made by the original developers of MySQL, MariaDB has become one of the most popular database services on offer today, committed to staying open-source. They wanted to benchmark their column oriented data warehouses with the Greenplum Massively Parallel PostgreSQL (MPP) database, an open-source platform for analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. Solutions Highlights: […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

eHarmony

Problem Description: eHarmony is one of the most advanced development firms we have seen: they have followed an agile methodology for years, being one of our first customers to run CI/CD pipelines. Each development team runs their development in parallel development environments in AWS, which they call runaways. They later merge all work from these […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

Felix

Problem Description: Felix delivers intelligent local advertising, connecting businesses with the right customers. They wanted to migrate their on-premises Percona MySQL database to AWS, taking this opportunity to upgrade their DB engine from MySQL 5.0 to 5.7 along the way. Solutions Highlights: AVM explored a range of options for the migration to AWS – including […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

Linked2Pay

Problem Description: For over a decade, Linked2pay split their infrastructure between two physical datacenters. Operating within the payments industry, they have to be PCI compliant, which meant these datacenters required substantial maintenance in order to meet PCI-DSS standards. As a result, operational costs were an ongoing concern for the company. Solutions Highlights: AVM undertook a […]

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Case Study
February 9, 2021

Edlio

Problem Description: Edlio hosted their core Tomcat-based application in Amazon Web Services. The application suffered from connection leak and couldn’t scale to manage variable traffic loads. They had to regularly restart the application to manage these connections and over-provision the instances to handle peaks in traffic. Solutions Highlights: Working both on-site and remotely, AVM delivered […]

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