Fulcrum Digital helped this UK-based APM (alternative payment method) Company move to AWS services from legacy systems effortlessly – read how.
A UK-based APM company provides Payments-as-a-Service platform combining acquirers, gateways, shopping carts, and Alternative Payment Methods (APM) into a single integration. A single integration with this platform facilitates merchants to have the flexibility to build a perfect global payments system.
By rendering the disaster recovery environment redundant, and shutting down resources when not required, the company reduced the total cost of ownership for the platform.
By balancing resources, Fulcrum Digital boosted the performance and scalability of the platform by designing resources to scale and meet demands as required.
The company backed by a legacy system found it difficult to cope up in scaling to meet existing demands. It wanted to improve the following factors: cost-efficiency, reliable uptime, consumption-based billing, auto-scalability, 24×7 enterprise support. In order to service customers, they needed better visibility and control over the infrastructure, as well as infrastructure maintenance and patch management.
Fulcrum Digital zeroed in on Amazon Web Services (AWS): AWS was evaluated basis the following factors: built-in security features, managed and automated nature of its services, and ease of use.
Along with the production environment, seven other environments were required by this company – Development, Continuous Integration, Quality Assurance, User Acceptance Testing, Demo, Sandbox and Non-Functional testing.
Fulcrum Digital solutions helped the fintech company bring down the costs dramatically by powering off resources when not in use. We also removed the need for a cold disaster recovery environment and reduced the base instance size to meet the average demand.
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