revolutioniseSPORT completes migration to Amazon Web Services to drive next phase of growth
The leading sports management platform, revolutionizeSPORT, recently completed its migration to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The move wipes out a huge amount of “technical infrastructure debt” that had accumulated as the platform grew from hundreds to tens of thousands of sports clubs and governing bodies.
Technical infrastructure debt, which refers to the implicit cost of not keeping infrastructure components such as servers and hardware in a state where the current business and technology landscape demands it, typically accumulates as businesses grow and must be “paid off” in order to ensure continued growth.
RevolutionizeSPORT’s migration to AWS marks the completion of a multi-year journey to modernize the platform’s infrastructure to include faster content delivery, improved disaster recovery, and a myriad of other enhancements infrastructure to maintain the standard of reliability already expected by customers.
Senior Platform Engineer Simon Grimm explained “This is an important step in our journey.
“For our customers, this is an immediate change that they will notice. Page load times are 5-10 times faster, reports and downloads are now significantly faster to export, and customers now have the flexibility to manage increasingly large data sets.
AWS has helped powerful startups like Airbnb, Stripe, Lyft, and Slack manage their infrastructure and drive growth. Over a million businesses now use AWS to power their infrastructure.
Grimm added that “revolutionizeSPORT’s ability to move tens of thousands of customers to the next level of the 100,000 customer mark has now been unlocked.
“This opens an exciting year for revolutionizeSPORT. With more staff on the way and an incredible set of developments released through Q2 2022, we’re ready to help the sport succeed. The AWS Sydney team has been a great resource throughout this process, and we look forward to continuing our growth with Amazon. “
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