Friendly Rentals trusted CAPSiDE to fulfil their platform migration to Microsoft Azure. They achieved more availability and flexibility by ditching their traditional infrastructure for a public cloud-based approach. See how.
Getting up and running a new infrastructure for your critical platform can be a long and tedious project. Self Bank was looking for an IT MSP (Managed Services Provider), with long experience in Cloud platforms, a vendor-neutral approach and focused on Systems Operations.
Privalia started an ambitious project to improve user experience in their e-commerce. Their focus was to offer every user the most interesting products according to their interests. In order to do that, they trusted Eurecat and CAPSiDE to implement Big Data on AWS for their e-commerce.
Several studies recommend eCommerce companies to store customer's payment and shipping information on their servers. With this data, eCommerces can deliver a "one-click buy" user experience, or very close to it.
To legally implement the desired one-click buy, your e-Commerce must be PCI compliant.
When your application gets millions of unique visitors, handling peak loads during special events, you require an architecture that guarantees both availability and scalability to respond to all your users. Sport was looking for an infrastructure able to support that number of simultaneous users and trusted CAPSiDE for a cloud migration.
In order to maximize the security and scalability required to maintain an online company, Deporvillage employed CAPSiDE to design an infrastructure using Amazon Web Services. With the new system operation, Deporvillage forgot platform worries and focused the company's growth.