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AWS Case Studies Archives - Database Performance Management - Remote Database Services

Case Study: Global Clothing Manufacturer and Retailer Amazon Redshift Re-Architecture

Latency = delay. Also referred to as a ping rate, it is the amount of delay (or time) it takes to send information from point to point. Latency is usually measured in milliseconds. In retail and e-commerce, it can represent the difference between success and failure.

Case Study: Global eCommerce Platform Provider – Legacy Migration to Amazon Redshift

Large retail companies require Order Management Systems for tracking customer orders from creation to delivery. These systems are quite complex as they involve order tracking, stock level maintenance, packaging and shipping, and even synchronizing orders across multiple channels (e.g. if a customer orders online and picks up the item in a store). The market for Order Management Systems (OMS) is expected to grow from 1.46 Billion in 2018 to 2.44 Billion by 2023, reflecting the rapid growth in retail and e-commerce.

Case Study: Live Nation – Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) Optimization on AWS Cloud Environment

Live Nation is the largest live entertainment company in the world, connecting over 570 million fans across concerts and ticketing platforms in approximately 44 countries.

Case Study: Major Global Biotech Company – Accelerated understanding and adoption of AWS RDS for Oracle Database Services

The Customer is the largest independent biotechnology company reaching millions of patients around the world, and developing a pipeline of medicines with breakaway potential. Facing major growth restraint as a result, they chose to move datacenter servers running Oracle databases onto their more dynamic and flexible Relational Database Service (RDS) for Oracle on the Cloud offered by Amazon Web Services.

Case Study: TicketSocket – Microsoft SQL Server and Mongo Database on Azure to Amazon Aurora

TicketSocket, an Independent Software Vendor (ISV), is transforming the way companies use ticketing, with a white label software platform that any business can use to integrate into their website or application, enabling it to sell and redeem tickets, and as well as process registrations and credit card transactions with total control. Additionally, TicketSocket is providing their customers with AWS based data analytics and reporting. TicketSocket also provides their customers with the ability to perform deep, Artificial Intelligence-based, social analytics of their customers’ end users, business influencers and movers, and key social/business metrics for competitive intelligence to better enhance their business.

Case Study: Brabble Inc. – MongoDB Migration to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

Brabble Inc., the creator of the “All-In-One Social Media & E-Commerce App” was facing database and server issues with their application in terms of scalability and performance, Their mobile application was riddled with issues that was creating an unsatisfactory user experience. As a result, adoption was uneven and falling.

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