Case Study

nClouds AWS Case Study | Turbo Systems

How nClouds helped Turbo Systems improve performance efficiency, elasticity, and scalability, and reduce AWS costs for their field services SaaS app.
About Turbo Systems

Turbo Systems’ no-code plug-and-play platform is for business process and IT stakeholders at field service businesses. Users can rapidly create field service apps in a safe and IT-compliant environment with a ready-to-use solution library.

The platform provides highly configurable modules to enable every aspect of the field service experience: calendars, maps, inventory, work orders, time cards, parts & returns, asset tracking, checklists, dynamic workflows, on-my-way, and much more. To learn more, go to

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and on-prem field service software
Pleasanton, CA
The Challenge
Improve performance efficiency, elasticity, scalability, the speed of communications between microservices, and cost optimization.
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Improved performance efficiency, elasticity, and scalability

Faster communication between microservices

Reduced costs


Improve performance efficiency, elasticity, scalability, the speed of communications between microservices, and cost optimization.

Turbo Systems wanted to migrate their existing compute workload on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) to Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS). They wanted a uniform Kubernetes-based platform to enhance their ability to distribute and scale their field service software solution, improve the speed of communication between microservices, and save costs.

“Moving from ECS to EKS and VPC deployment is a major milestone for Turbo. The nClouds team came in at the right time and helped us achieve our goals. We appreciate all the great work that went into this project.”


nClouds' Solution Architecture for Turbo Systems

Turbo Systems engaged with nClouds to help them migrate their application stack from Amazon ECS to Amazon EKS, and to create an Amazon VPC. Amazon VPC provides advanced security features, such as security groups and network access control lists, to enable inbound and outbound filtering at the instance and subnet level.

Turbo Systems’ cloud infrastructure was comprised of an application cloud and an operations cloud. The application cloud was a single-tenant setup with 12 services (four admin, one client, seven web modules) running on an Amazon ECS cluster, with data stored in Amazon RDS. The setup was replicated for nine clients. The operations cloud was running three common services on a single Amazon ECS cluster.

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