[AWS case-study] Ensuring the stability of TAS Link digital payment solutions on the AWS cloud

News | 07.12.2023

Amazon Web Services user case. Migration of TAS Link LLC infrastructure (digital finance sector) to the cloud

Prerequisites for migrating TAS Link to the cloud

The goal of the project was to transfer all the company's services to AWS resources and build a seamless architecture for migrating the company's services between the AWS cloud and the company's server infrastructure.

Thanks to the participation of specialists from Softprom and Amazon, an optimal solution architecture was developed and the necessary AWS services and instances were selected for deploying the server infrastructure in the cloud.

The project was planned to be implemented within nine months. AWS services were used in the project: Route 53, Elastic Container Registry (ECR), Elastic Container Service (ECS), Shield Advanced, Simple Storage Service (S3), Simple Notification Service (SNS), Single Sign-On (SSO), EC2 -Instances, Lambda, Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).

Results of migrating the TAS Link IT infrastructure to the AWS cloud

  • Solving the problem of spontaneous heavy loads on the front-end systems during mass client connections
  • Flexible scaling of information resources, both increasing and decreasing the use of AWS resources
  • Rapid deployment of a test environment, which helps speed up the process of testing new solutions
  • Significant company savings using AWS spot resources and autoscaling technology.

We are completely satisfied with the result of the project. We managed to build a flexible, scalable and service-oriented IT infrastructure, with a high level of availability, fault tolerance and security of use of the company’s information resources.

Petr Zhukov, Business Continuity Manager, TAS Link LLC

Softprom — Advanced Consulting Partner on the Amazon Web Services network. Has MAP (Migration Acceleration Program) status as an AWS partner and carries out infrastructure migration projects to the cloud for Enterprise level companies.