Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is the local government body responsible for delivering Greater Manchester’s transport strategy and commitments. TfGM delivers the transport policies set by the Greater Manchester Mayor and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, and invests money in improving transport services and facilities, to support the regional economy. TfGM owns Metrolink (the UK’s largest light rail network), Greater Manchester’s bus stations, stops and shelters and transport interchanges, subsidises fares to help older people, children and disabled people get around, pays for bus services at times and in areas where no commercial bus services are provided, promotes and invests in walking and cycling as safe, healthy and sustainable ways to travel, as well working closely with bus, tram and train operators to help improve the full journey experience.
Here at Crimson Macaw, we have typically created AWS Lambda functions in Python and used the abstract factory design pattern as a way to handle different AWS event structures. Achieving the same principle within Go requires a different approach.
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Crimson Macaw supported MAG on its initial journey towards using AWS for its data and analytics platform. Their Dev Ops approach and detailed knowledge on all aspects of AWS data services, made sure that we could get production workloads running in AWS within 12 weeks of project inception. Crimson Macaw has continued to support the MAG expansion of using data on AWS and is now working with MAG on a number of data implementations in the cloud, from improving Retail insights with visualisations to real time data pipelines in operational areas