Solodev To Launch AWS-Based Serverless Patient Portal Solution
Earlier this month, cloud services company Solodev announced Serverless Health Cloud, a new offering featuring "both a customizable app and a serverless infrastructure" for helping health care companies launch and manage large, customizable and highly secure patient portals based in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.
According to the company, Solodev portals are powered by AWS Fargate for serverless, containerized delivery, and let "large-scale organizations manage multiple data sources in a secure, encrypted environment that is Git-powered."
"Solodev's Health Cloud is infinitely scalable, blazing-fast, and relatively inexpensive -- giving organizations more control and predictability over their cloud operations," the company said of its new offering in a prepared statement.
And companies aren't alone in implementing it: "Solodev is offering its Serverless Health Cloud as an enterprise engagement, providing a team of cloud experts who work with organizations to understand their goals and develop a cloud transformation plan for moving to AWS."
A release date for Serverless Health Cloud was not provided. For more information, contact Solodev directly.
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