In our newest case study, Datazenit, web-based software for database management and administration, share their successes swapping out a Python/Django back end for Scala and Play Framework.

Lauris Dzilums, Founder and CTO at Datazenit, cited impressive results after making the switch: code size was down, performance was up, and their backend is more modular than before. “Great software takes time and the right tools for the job," said Lauris. "We’ve found the Typesafe Reactive Platform to be the best tool for our architecture needs.”

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