Zalora doing it, and I’ll link to a case study talking about just that. We’ve seen an increasing number of smaller companies moving their shops on AWS and never looking back. And why should they? With lower costs, better scaling and without the constant, impending doom of your website crashing exactly when it’s not supposed to (and for the sake of argument, the time to have your website crash is never!).
For anyone thinking that this might be a terribly hard thing to do here’s a simple tutorial on how to build your e-commerce store on a serverless platform. This example uses Stripe and AWS Lambda to run your entire operation but of course, and while it is a simple version of what you’ll end up using it’s still, a fully functioning store in 5 minutes. That is remarkable!
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