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Client Spotlight: iCIMS

iCIMS is the leading provider of talent acquisition solutions that help businesses win the war for top talent. iCIMS empowers companies to manage their entire hiring process within the industry’s most robust Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). Of course, providing these services to clients globally can be quite a challenge – which is why they approached Datapipe about managing their SQL solution.

Datapipe was able to assist by managing their SQL databases using predefined Auto Scaling groups, which permitted iCIMS to rapidly recover from server-related issues and also provided them with the ability to scale on demand as application traffic required. Having this ability is extremely valuable to iCIMS’ growing business, and is ideal for transactional systems, real-time applications, high-performance databases, or any business application that needs the efficiency and scalability of the cloud, while maintaining an enterprise SLA or to satisfy regulatory compliance demands.

Datapipe is an AWS Premier Consulting Partner and a global leader in Managed Microsoft SQL on AWS solutions. With an engineering team that has been designing and managing AWS solutions since 2010, Datapipe was one of the first providers to offer Managed AWS services and solutions tailored to meet client needs.

To learn more about Datapipe’s managed services for AWS, click here.

About Richard Dolan

Richard Dolan
As Datapipe’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Rich is responsible for developing and driving Datapipe’s world class marketing team and ensuring Datapipe stays ahead of the curve with product development and client support. Rich has been with Datapipe for more than 15 years and has seen the company evolve into a leading, global MSP. Rich writes about Datapipe news, Datapipe clients, business strategies, and also provides insight into the company’s partnerships with AWS, Microsoft, Equinix, and others.

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