Ahmed Haque, Lead Software Engineer at SensoDx Inc., impressed us with an awesome two-part tutorial about how to deploy a MEAN application on Amazon's EC2. Read more about Ahmed’s Bitnami user journey, and check out his articles.
What projects are you currently working on?
Right now, I've got two major projects taking up my time. The first is one I'm working on as part of my dissertation. In this project, I'm creating a web and mobile interface that collects biomarker information from blood analysis, information from consumer health devices, and self-reported data -- to provide patients with a comprehensive perspective on their overall risk of disease. The idea is that by aggregating information from both laboratories and mobile health applications, we can offer patients a better snapshot of their overall health and hopefully motivate them towards wellness. The second project is more of a side-gig. Having worked with many of the non-profit organizations in my city, I've come to realize that information regarding services for the homeless are often disparate, disorganized, and extremely hard to find. Even if there are dozens of groups offering to help those-in-need -- comprehensive information about schedules, locations, and the range of services provided is heavily lacking. I'm currently developing an interactive web application that intuitively consolidates information on every nonprofit in the city, so folks can get the information they need quickly. For both these projects, having the Bitnami MEAN stack means I can focus more on the actual applications and less on the process of setting up servers.
Why use Bitnami?
Do you have any favorite stacks/apps?
So far, I've had great success with the Bitnami MEAN stack in AWS. I'm also looking forward to branching out and trying the Wordpress, Ghost, and Magento stacks as well.
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