On awards night, there was cloud to help and manage. There is movement of film and television charity BAFTA to set this peak traffic. Many of the online services are easily followed up by BAFTA and this is done via Rckspace public cloud. It is claimed that servers provided by the IaaS Company provide 8GB of RAM and, the performance seen is much more as compared.
There is BAFTA given by Rackspace with the specialist in cloud that are regarded to provide help with the deployments of the releated websites and tells about the processes as easily.
Kevin Price, BAFTA COO, believed: “After switching to Rackspace, busy periods such as during the 2014 [BAFTA] Film Awards and Games Awards were a great success. Our dedicated Rackspace team manually monitored web traffic so capacity was scaled up and then back down again in real time. Where previously our site has occasionally underperformed during peaks in traffic, we’re pleased to say that we received 100 percent uptime during our busiest season of the year and the excellent support we receive from the Rackspace team was a huge reassurance on awards night.”
Jeff Cotten, managing director international at Rackspace also stated, “Working with a British institution like BAFTA has been a great experience and a real pleasure. As an independent charity BAFTA has some very specific cost saving goals to meet so it was great to be able to work so closely with them to help provide specialist approach and tailored product set they needed so they can focus on what they do best, promoting the arts in the UK.”