Cloud AWS Practice Story

You go to work every day and every day is the same story. Get up, get dressed, get ready, take your car or bike or simply walk to work. You spend eight hours there and get ready for home. And again it is all the same, you wait for the bus/tram or whatever your work-home transport includes. This happens daily, and it gets boring. Sometimes you are just tired of doing the same, and sometimes you are given a choice.

You can choose to hit the road and go home by driving your car, or maybe walk along the sidewalk or even take the train. You have several options to choose from, then you should think about a suitable vehicle, the traffic jam, how much time you will spend going home etc. And while you are waiting and thinking about how to get home, you just think to yourself: What if I can just say Go Home and do that? There would be nothing better.

The same happens in the world of technologies. Imagine you can completely focus on business logic, deploy your code somewhere and do not care how it will run there. Today that is possible using Amazon Web Services. You can run your Node js, Java, .NET, Python code without caring about hosting environment settings and configuration. Or, choose virtual machine without setting up the host, use database without installing the server. AWS is a nice place to be.

What We Do For You

We are our clients’ partner, we spread ideas and create solutions that inspire, encourage and boost client success.

How We Do It



Amazon Web Services

We are providing products and solutions that include wide range of AWS services available on the cloud service platform, from compute power, database storage, content delivery to data processing and custom conversational bots.







Moving data and processing it in cloud, release clients of managing in-house servers and grab scalability and availability of cloud services.


Our custom chat bots help clients to have quick and responsive communication with clients on their FB and custom pages.

How We Can Empower You

Virtual private cloud (VPC)

  • Secure data and instances in cloud by well designed AWS VPC with rules and policies for minimal access;
  • Secure multi-tier application by organizing Instances in VPC subnets and define security groups to act as firewalls that authorize inbound and outbound traffic;
  • Create hybrid cloud using VPC to securilly connect in-house data center to Cloud instances
  • Create CloudFormation scripts for easy migration between different AWS accounts or VPC upgrade


Database in cloud (RDS, DynamoDB)

  • Select and design best suitable database solution in cloud: RDS, DynamoDB, ElasticCache, Redshift, Aurora;
  • Provide cost-efficient and resizable capacity for data storage while time-consuming administration tasks such as hardware provisioning, database setup, patching and backups are fullly automated;
  • Migrate existing databases to cloud (initial and delta loads)


RESTful services

  • Create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure APIs at any scale
  • Flexible and secure authentication of requests via AWS Cognito or custom solution
  • Run APIs without servers
  • Build and support microservice architecture
  • Build API catalog using swagger API definitions


Serverless solutions

  • Run code without provisioning or managing servers provides shorter time to market
  • Executes code only when needed and scales automatically, from a few requests per day to thousands per second. This approach saves money and increase efficiency
  • Run code in response to events, such as changes to data in an Amazon S3 bucket or an Amazon DynamoDB table; run your code in response to HTTP requests using Amazon API Gateway; or invoke code by using API calls made using AWS SDKsAutomated deployment and excelent management of development and testing


Conversational services

  • Alexa as cloud-based voice service
  • Build conversational interfaces for any applications using voice and text using LexBuild sophisticated, natural language chatbots into your new and existing applications
Katerina Packova

Katerina Packova

Cloud Practice Lead
Practice Lead Bio

Katerina is a Cloud Practice Lead in InterWorks, a development and research practice that helps clients move their business to the cloud. Before stepping into cloud practice, Katerina was working on a wide range of technologies and programming languages, building and maintaining enterprise solutions.

She has a Software engineer master degree and her field of interest is artificial intelligence and language development. Her latest focus is on voice recognition and building skill sets using Lex and Alexa.

Katerina is a speaker at many tech events, motivating people to learn something new and never hesitate to share knowledge with others. She wants to meet people, exchange ideas and experience, learn from professionals and pave the path for others to become one.

In addition to being software engineer, she loves spending time in nature, reading books, watching non-commercial movies, travelling worldwide, tasting wine and playing games with children.

Moto: Job done, let’s move on 🙂

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