Krux creates revenues from audience data and helps protect privacy

Canonical

on 31 January 2012

Ubuntu and AWS cloud used to capture, protect and monetise data across platforms

Summary

Krux helps website operators responsibly drive new revenues from consumer data while protecting that data from unauthorised skimming and theft. With massive storage and processing requirements, and a rapidly growing customer base, the organisation decided to deploy an Ubuntu-based IT infrastructure on Amazon’s public cloud. Native integration of Ubuntu and Amazon supports seamless service provisioning and scaling. What’s more, the Ubuntu 10.04 LTS release provides enterprise-class stability; tools for fast, simple configuration and management; and constant availability for critical services.

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