Due to sustained growth of the CloudKeeper platform, developed and owned by Juniper Bridge, the company has recently commenced a programme to upscale their operating systems.
CloudKeeper provides an back office support environment for many of the Juniper Bridge clients. In September 2015; a design brief was developed with the objective being; to create a larger fully redundant system, in a highly secure environment, with full EU data protection compliance.
As a solution to this design brief, Juniper Bridge are now pleased to announce they have selected Amazon Web Services (AWS), as it’s preferred platform provider and have commenced a migration programme which was completed in recent weeks.
The move to Amazon will ensure maximum systems benefit to Juniper Bridge customers and the move comes with enhanced service level guarantees and platform analytics. The future scalability provided will help the company to deliver many more feature rich products in 2016.
The team at Juniper Bridge is already enjoying the benefits, with an immediate increase in platform performance and their disaster recovery solution has been improved from hours to just minutes.
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