GIA Puts Diamonds in the AWS Cloud
“No matter what demand users place on the system, we’re incredibly confident it will scale. It’s time to retire our Oracle servers.” - Sean Mare at GIA
Trek10 helps companies migrate and build their SaaS offering on AWS with a cloud-native approach.
As a relatively new industry, most SaaS companies appreciate the value of the cloud and are embracing a cloud-native mindset. Building cloud-native is a perfect fit with SaaS due to the tremendous scalability and minimal operational burden that comes with AWS managed services.
The SaaS delivery model presents technical teams with a plethora of new technical, operational, and deployment considerations. Fully embracing the agility profile of SaaS often means crafting a new set of fundamentals for how you’ll approach your business. Furthermore, there is no single strategy for implementing SaaS solutions. The differing needs of customers, markets, and businesses will inform the SaaS model that best fits your unique offering. Selecting the right size and scope of your microservices can be challenging. Find out more about how Trek10 can help you along your AWS SaaS journey.
We've helped our share of folks build SaaS products on AWS and distilled some of those learnings down for you to read about.
We wrap together the tools specifically designed for AWS deployments with a 24/7 technical response team that is trained in AWS.
CloudOps Team Support is an extension of your team, providing ad-hoc support or expert guidance, getting hands-on collaborating on new projects, or outsourcing infrastructure projects
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We provide an expert-led guidance and enablement program designed to quickly level up your development team for success in a cloud-native world.
We provide the expertise and DevOps methodologies that make our clients' applications more scalable and more reliable, and make the development process more efficient.
These are more what you'd call "guidelines" than actual rules, but they certainly can help you navigate the waters of building SaaS on AWS.