The AWS Summit is the flagship UK annual event to showcase Amazon Web Services, with talks, product announcements and product insights. Priocept were in attendance to hear how some of the leading companies in the UK are using AWS and to get the latest inside information on the new cloud infrastructure services and offerings from AWS.
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Priocept has been working with AWS since 2009.
Priocept works across the entire suite of AWS products for a range of companies and across sectors including finance, electronics and industrial automation, travel, non-profit and mobile app start-ups. We help them to design and build modern “cloud native” software platforms running on AWS, or to migrate existing applications away from legacy infrastructure to reduce costs while simultaneously improving reliability, performance and security.
Once we have delivered a AWS solution for you, we can then either run it on your behalf, providing 24×7 managed services and technical support, or we can hand it over to be operated by your in-house team or managed services provider.
For further insights into how you can use Amazon Web Services on your own projects, take a look through our AWS related case studies and blog articles below.
This article provides an overview of how to implement Magnolia CMS on an auto-scaling cloud platform.
Huawei P9 mobile phone launch website and social media competition platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
A look at some tools and tricks for making AWS CloudFormation development faster, more efficient, and more fun.
Priocept has achieved official government supplier status for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) consultancy services.
Amazon's S3 service suffered a significant outage on 28th February 2017. We analyse the factors behind the outage and the learnings that apply in general.
In this post we explain in detail how you can retrieve tag values from inside an EC2 instance, allowing metadata based control of internal instance configuration.
In this article we compare how AWS and Google Cloud Platform implement metadata and start-up and shutdown events for compute instances.
Website redevelopment and cloud infrastructure delivery for Generali Insurance, using Magnolia CMS and Amazon Web Services.