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DevOps for FinTech: Build Secure & Scalable Microservices Architecture with Kubernetes, AWS – Part 2

This is Part 2 from the series of posts dedicated to Abto’s DevOps experience with building secure, reliable and scalable microservices-based architecture for the FinTech. You can read Part 1 here: DevOps for FinTech using Microservices, Kubernetes, AWS – Part 1. Introduction The idea of the project was to build an Artificial Intelligence-based customer service …

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Posted Oct 22, 2020

DevOps for FinTech: Build Secure & Scalable Microservices Architecture with Kubernetes, AWS – Part 1

This is Part 1 from the series of posts dedicated to Abto DevOps engineers’ experience with building secure, reliable and scalable microservices-based architecture – in this case, for the FinTech industry. Introduction The idea of the project was to build an Artificial Intelligence-based customer service automation solution for the client that works in the fintech …

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Posted Oct 7, 2020

Demand Forecasting: AI-based Approach and Its Real-World Implementation

AI-based Demand Forecasting Improves Prediction Accuracy Abto Software has delivered a project aimed to improve the demand forecasting process on a monthly level for industrial goods retailers using ERP data records. After deeper data analysis and corresponding data quality assessment, project objectives were additionally specified and the focus of the project was shifted to sales …

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Posted Aug 12, 2020

AI-driven Violence Detection to Ensure Protesters’ Safety During Demonstrations

Over the last two weeks protests against police violence, sparked by the killing of George Floyd in the US, have swept the whole world. As more and more videos capturing instances of police brutality appear in the wake of worldwide demonstrations, we thought of ways technologies can help ensure public safety through detecting and reporting …

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Posted Jun 12, 2020
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