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Inside Macquarie Group's 'Arturo' public cloud push

Ry Crozier, IT News

Macquarie Group has provided the first major look at ‘Arturo’, a project that has seen it migrate over 100 production apps so far to run on AWS public cloud infrastructure.

The Australian finance giant is notoriously secretive about its technology architecture but provided a rare – and detailed – look inside the 2.5-year-old Arturo project at AWS’ re:Invent conference over the weekend. It revealed Arturo – and therefore AWS – as the compute and storage infrastructure underpinning its digital banking ambitions.

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