Unlimited Scaling using Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services Case Study
VenueNow is an online reservation system for booking meeting room, conference room, training room or any other rent-able office space. This product has been designed to be hosted on both client managed servers or cloud servers. This case study will explain the technical architecture and development process used for this application. Choice of technology stacks and architecture has been largely influenced on following needs for the application.
In order to meet the above requirement, we decided to use hybrid of Multi-tenancy and Single-tenancy architecture which enabled us to share IT resources cost-efficiently and securely among multiple applications and tenants (businesses, organizations, etc.). AWS Cloud was the first choice to host the entire infrastructure as it provides rapid access to flexible and low cost IT resource. Setting up AWS account is much simpler, and more affordable as we only pay for what we use.
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