Q2 adopted an open-source microservices architecture enabled by container technologies – and built a new IOC to highlight its incident response prowess.
Five years ago, Q2 had 240 servers. Today, it has 8,500 servers. The company spent $150 million over the last five years building out its infrastructure, where it now hosts more than 4 petabytes of user data.
“We’ve grown from 1.2 million users to 11.5 million users and reduced downtime to one-fifth of what it was during that same period,” says Lou Senko, CIO of Q2, which is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and provides a digital banking platform for banks and credit unions.
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