OpenJaw Technologies Selects AWS cloud infrastructure

Dublin – May (24-5-2017): OpenJaw Technologies today announced that is has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS), as its cloud infrastructure provider. OpenJaw is moving its t-Retail platform to AWS to reliably and securely scale the t-Retail platform for future global growth. The Dublin-headquartered travel tech company delivers e-commerce technology to the world’s leading travel brands such as British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Iberia Airlines, Hainan Airlines, AIMIA, Loyalty One, Four Seasons, Avis, and Air Miles.

“We have been working closely with the AWS team, and we are impressed with incredible scalability, security, performance, and reliability of their products,” said Brian Lewis, CTO, OpenJaw Technologies. “We look forward to the positive impact that going all-in on AWS will have on our IT infrastructure across our key business divisions.”

“Enterprises around the world are choosing to deploy their critical applications on AWS and are going all-in so they can refocus on delivering the best for their customers,” said Gavin Jackson, UK & Ireland Managing Director at AWS. “We’re excited for OpenJaw’s adoption of AWS, which will help them quickly and easily scale, reduce costs, improve security, and increase agility for their global travel and loyalty customers.”

OpenJaw will use AWS to scale with the rapid growth in the use of its t-Retail platform, which currently handles $3bn worth of transactions a year. The OpenJaw t-Retail Cloud solution will migrate to AWS utilising Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) to quickly scale capacity, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) for highly scalable, reliable, low-latency data storage infrastructure and Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) for simple, scalable file storage. Additionally, OpenJaw will use the Amazon API Gateway so that OpenJaw developers can create, publish, maintain, and secure APIs and Amazon CloudFront, the global content delivery network (CDN) service to accelerate delivery of OpenJaw customer websites, APIs and content through CDN caching.

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