- Application architectures suitable for personal health information
- Smooth scaling from first prototypes to national scale
- Secure integrations with existing tools and data sources
Custom Applications Built with AWS Cloud-Native Technologies
Qalius uses the capabilities of the AWS platform to rapidly build secure applications to your unique requirements. Qalius stitches together powerful AWS services like Amazon Lex (AI-powered chat) with custom code to enable customer-service solutions that integrate with your legacy systems.
Security for Data
Qalius builds healthcare applications on AWS platform services because the best security is achieved when the application and the hosting configuration are designed together. Ask Qalius about securing personal health information in Canada according to AWS and industry best practices.
Applications Accessible to Everyone
Qalius uses the latest technologies for single-page web applications so your applications are fast and responsive. They look as good on desktop as they do on mobile or tablet, and they include the features that make them accessible to users with diverse needs.
Reference Architecture for Personal Health Information
Solution at a Glance
Qalius uses infrastructure-as-code techniques to configure AWS services for applications that store and process personal health information. The solution implements AWS and industry best practices from the networking layer on up through the operating system and application services.
- Prepare a secure foundation for applications that host personal health information
- Applications on LAMP stack or cloud-native serverless architectures
- Application hosting for other industries with demanding compliance requirements
Solution at a Glance
Qalius reviews your existing workload deployment in AWS to assess compliance with best practices from the Security Pillar of the AWS Well-Architected Framework.
- Prepare applications for production launch
- Prepare applications for new compliance requirements
- Understand application deployments inherited from other departments and teams