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Scaling Down your Infrastructure Part 2: Databases

In this second installment of the Scaling Down Infrastructure series, we are looking into cost optimization techniques for your databases, on the popular engines we see you using the most, whether it’s in an analytical or transactional style, or if it’s relational, document, key value or time series in nature. 

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Building your App from Idea to MVP: Part 1

Given Sr. Product Manager Nikhil Swaminathan’s background both as a founder and at a big tech company, Swaminathan wanted to share his experience and advice for turning your idea for an app into a working MVP. In Part 1, he’ll start by walking you through how to take an idea — in today’s case, an online poster business — from a concept to a real app.

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How Backbase Leveraged EC2 Hibernation to Reduce Compute Spending by 30%

Backbase is a leader in digital first, omni-channel banking platform and creator of the Backbase Digital-First Banking Platform, a state-of-the-art digital banking software solution that unifies data and functionality from traditional core systems and new fintech players into a seamless, digital customer experience. As they grew, they found that they needed a way to keep resourcing costs low. Here’s how they leveraged Amazon EC2 hibernation to do it.

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eeMobility and Infrastructure as Code: A Migration Story

Not long ago, eeMobility was fully dependent on an external team who decided how and where to run its software. Initially this allowed them to focus on developing our very young software solution and deliver feature after feature. However, as both the platform and the desire to become independent evolved, they knew an infrastructure solution tailored to fit our needs was a must. Here’s what they did next.

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