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100% on Amazon Web Services: - a lesson of porting your service to Amazon

Simone Brunozzi, technology evangelist for Amazon Web Services in Europe, describes how was fully ported to Amazon web services.

This period of the year I decided to dedicate some time to better understand how our customers use AWS, therefore I spent some online time with Stefan Fountain and the nice guys at, a "one address book solution to contact management", and I would like to share with you some details of their IT infrastructure, which now runs 100% on Amazon Web Services!

In the last few months, they've been working hard to cope with tens of thousands of users and to get ready to easily scale to millions. To make this possible, they decided to move ALL their architecture to Amazon Web Services. Despite the fact that they were quite happy with their previous hosting provider, Amazon proved to be the way to go.


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Reader Comments (1)

I've been trying to get on for the last 10 minutes but the server is not responding. Doesn't bode well for such well depicted architecture. :(

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterArtem Russakovskii

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