Seattle Kraken Takes Fan Engagement to New Heights with Media Asset Management
When the National Hockey League (NHL) announced its expansion into Seattle, local hockey fans were excited to get the chance to root for their first home team. The newly formed Seattle Kraken knew they had a unique chance to build a foundation for decades of fan engagement as they prepared for the 2021–2022 season.
To deliver that foundation in time for the first puck drop at Climate Pledge Arena, the Kraken engaged Amazon Web Services (AWS)—more specifically, IPV. Rather than build a monolithic system for the Kraken, IPV chose to adopt a microservices architecture and use a host of AWS solutions, to validate that the Kraken could flexibly change their offering as the years go by.
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