These applications run in Internet Browsers, do not require installation on the local computer or mobile device, and use the HTTP protocol to execute actions on a remote server. This architecture is called “Cloud Computing” or “Software as a Service”. With the minimum requirement of only an Internet Browser, Web Applications can be accessed from varied operating systems like Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android. As processing of Web Applications is centralized on a server, software can be updated easily without users having to perform steps on local machines and devices. Using Internet technologies based on industry standards, it is possible to achieve a greater level of interoperability between applications. Web Services makes it possible to rapidly integrate disparate software systems via an Application Programming Interface (API).
We have deployed applications on both Linux and Windows platforms, and on nginx, Apache, GlassFish, and JBoss webservers. Our team has expertise in the following technologies:
Amazon Web Services (EC2, RDS, S3, CLoudWatch, CloudTrail, DynamoDB, ELB, Cognito, Amplify)