In 2013, our team migrated www.NASA.gov —a site with over 250,000+ pages, 1.4 million assets, and 3 TBs of data—from a proprietary data center and content management system (CMS) to Amazon Cloud and Drupal 7 without downtime or service interruption. This was a colossal task: Mobomo completed the entire effort in just 13 weeks. The results were so colossal, in fact, that www.NASA.gov even won a highly coveted Webby Award.
Mobomo has architected the www.NASA.gov Drupal 7 AWS cloud environment with security, performance, and availability in mind. It is architected in a fashion that separates the content management system from the public website infrastructure to provide maximum security. It is deployed in multiple AWS availability zones for redundancy, handles over 250 content editors performing over 1,000 content updates a day, receives on average close to one million page views a day, and manages peaks loads of over 5,000,000 page views a day representing over 200,000 simultaneous visitors.
As of Spring 2015, we’ve taken NASA's website to higher heights: we’ve relaunched it with a dynamic, user-centric, mobile-first redesign that simplifies the experience for every visitor. Now, all users get all of the amazing, premium content—without the clutter. Any device, any time, anywhere.