The Typical Technology Stack for our Clients
Alicia: Hello everybody, thank you for joining us again today, my name is Alicia Kay and here we have Gil Vidals, the CEO of HIPAA Vault. So Gil, I was hoping today you could go into more depth and explain the technology stack that’s become more popular with our clients.
Gil: Sure Alicia. Our technology stack, I’d like to say, can start very simple for the basic needs, and it can move up the chain as it becomes more complicated for the customer. So for example, for a basic customer that really is concerned about security, we’ll sell them a web server, database server, and web application firewall. That’s just very basic, maybe they have a few hundred customers a month. And then after that, if they say oh they’re growing, they’re getting more traffic and visitors, what we can do is put a load balancer in front of the web server, say you have two web servers, so half the traffic goes to one, half to the other. And then the third phase, if they’re growing even faster and they need more, we can do auto-scaling. Auto-scaling means you can put in say during the daytime 3 or 4 web servers are automatically deployed, and at night it goes back to just 2. And then finally, at the very top of the pyramid is kybernetes – containerized cluster management. Very sophisticated and can scale to huge numbers of visitors. So that’s what the technology stack looks like and that’s sort of the life cycle of what we can do for a customer.
Alicia: Okay so start small with about 3 servers and go up all the way to kubernetes?
Gil: Yeah that’s right, and the whole idea is just for the customer to spend what they need. You don’t want to overspend and over complicate the situation if you don’t need to.
Alicia: Yeah so they grow and we grow with them. Okay, awesome, thank you so much!
Gil: Yeah, thank you.
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