The British Medical Journal recently found themselves faced with infrastructure that was no longer fit for purpose. The need for continued growth and a diminished capacity for downtime had left them with considerable technical debts and new solution was desperately needed. This case study outlines how Datapipe were able to provide BMJ with a new, in house managed service solution and enabled their operations team to move towards fully-automated architecture and a new and improved DevOps culture.
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