BMW Group, the leading manufacturers of premium cars and provider of mobility services, used AWS to build its next-generation Unified Configurator Platform. At the AWS Summit Berlin 2018, BMW Group presented a deep dive into the journey from an on-premises, monolithic application to a microservices-based platform in the cloud.

When moving its Unified Configurator Platform into the cloud, BMW Group built a CI/CD pipeline based on Git, Jenkins and AWS CodePipeline, and used Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda and AWS Elastic Beanstalk to develop the platform's microservices architecture. BMW Group furthermore leveraged AWS Professional Services and the Well-Architected Framework to ensure a fast and reliable project outcome, and worked with Game Day / Chaos Monkey methodology to train the operations team to monitor and maintain the infrastructure and applications.

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Building BMW’s new Unified Configurator Platform on AWS (AWS Summit Berlin 2018)

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