Colorado-based Non-Profit Chooses Qwinix Technologies to Optimize Amazon Web Services (AWS) Application Performance.
Bright by Three was founded by former Governor Roy Romer, and previous Procter & Gamble Chairman Brad Butler, in 1995. Since its inception, this Colorado based non-profit has reached thousands of families across the state each year — and nearly 21,000 families last year alone. The organization provides support and early education information for families through a three-step program. Bright by Three is funded entirely by charitable contributions and has a goal to support the average 68,000 babies born in the state each year.
New application needed to be built from the ground up.
Thousands of users to support.
Non-profit did not have a large budget.
Qwinix engineers built a completely new application from scratch. Set-up started in the lower environments and included a CI/CD pipeline to aid the deployment process and to handle the huge demand on the servers. The database was secured to protect a large number of phone numbers, and the application performance was optimized to correct a history of frequent crashes due to regularly scheduled jobs that consumed large amounts of RAM. The software design experts leveraged a microservice to divide up the services and AWS RDS with postgreSQL to ensure stability. The non-profit’s explosive data growth is now managed by a custom data warehouse built with AWS Redshift.
Implemented Automatic Deployments
Set-up started in the lower environments and included a CI/CD pipeline to aid the deployment process.
Increased Database Security
The software design experts leveraged a microservice to divide up the services and AWS RDS with postgreSQL to ensure stability.
Boosted Customer Satisfaction
“In order to meet our goal to support every child we must have a scalable and reliable network. With the help of Qwinix Technologies and AWS we now have an infrastructure in place capable of turning our goal into a reality.”