FamilySearch Moves to Continuous Delivery and Gains Real-Time Visibility for AWS Migration

FamilySearch Moves to Continuous Delivery and Gains Real-Time Visibility for AWS Migration

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Founded over 100 years ago, FamilySearch International is the largest genealogy organization in the world, hosting, maintaining and sharing genealogical records at FamilySearch.org and through over 4,600 family history centers in 132 countries. FamilySearch needed a way to move to a continuous delivery model, manage its all-in migration to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and immediately troubleshoot website errors. Since beginning its effort, the organization has seen benefits including:

• Successful migration from monthly releases to over 900 deploys per day

• Ability to re-allocate 12 developers to more value-added tasks

• Visibility into the AWS environment to support AWS migration strategy

Vendor:
AWS-Splunk
Posted:
11 Sep 2017
Published:
11 Sep 2017
Format:
PDF
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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