By running on AWS, reddit can scale its platform to support 4 billion page views per month, and was able to quickly double server capacity in minutes for President Obama's live Q&A session in 2012.
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Engine Yard is a leading Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider. With deep expertise in Ruby on Rails and PHP, the company provides agile deployment and scaling, high performance, and 24/7 uptime. Using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), the company runs Engine Yard Cloud and Orchestra on infrastructure from Amazon Web Services (AWS).
German game developer Silver Style Studios uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help provide worldwide availability and 99% uptime to users of its multiplayer online game, The Dark Eye—Herokon Online. Silver Style designed the game to run on the AWS Cloud, eliminating new hardware expenses and lowering operational costs.
Site24x7 is a website and web application monitoring service that helps businesses ensure high performance and uptime for websites and business services. Using AWS, Site24x7 maintains over 32 monitoring locations worldwide. Seeking greater scalability, Site24x7 is currently moving as much of its work load as possible to the Amazon Web Services Cloud.
Telelok is a pioneer in office furniture rental in Brazil. The company sought a solution to improve its server performance, gain scalability, and operate without physical equipment’s limitations. Amazon Web Services (AWS) products are now used to virtualize the company’s Microsiga ERP servers and website, and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is used for backups.
Transaction Wireless offers a multi-channel digital gift card and marketing platform to help retailers transform their traditional gift card business to engage with digital consumers through mobile, social and online storefronts. The company uses a number of solutions from Amazon Web Services (AWS) including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to provide a highly secure and scalable gifting platform.
Sage Manufacturing needed to develop a disaster recovery system and testing environment for its in-house infrastructure. The fly fishing equipment manufacturer wanted to avoid the high costs of adding physical hardware, so it asked database administration providers Blue Gecko to create an economic alternative. Blue Gecko’s solutions use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), and AWS Import/Export. Today, Sage’s disaster recovery and testing environment integrate seamlessly with the manufacturer’s physical infrastructure, while reducing IT overhead and increasing availability.
The High Performance Computing Facility of the New York University (NYU) Center for Health Informatics and Bioinformatics was established in 2009 to deliver forefront-computing capabilities to researchers at the NYU Langone Medical Center. The facility uses Globus Online, a free file transfer service hosted and powered by Amazon EC2, as well as Amazon S3 to allow medical informatics and bioinformatics researchers to share data and enable research computing needs that exceed local capacity limits.
Nokia Siemens Networks’ latest Customer Experience Management on Demand (CEMoD) solution is cloud-based, powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). CEMoD makes it easier than ever for Nokia Siemens Networks’ customers to manage the end user experience in their mobile networks. Nokia Siemens Networks uses Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 for the end-to-end solution.
Obama For America (OFA), the organization driving Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign for re-election as President of the United States, designed, built, and deployed an election-winning technology system by using Amazon Web Services (AWS). The campaign technology team built close to 200 applications that kept thousands of volunteers connected and collaborating across the United States.
SocialVibe, a next-gen digital ad-tech company, uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to run its engagement advertising platform. By leveraging multiple Availability Zones across different Regions and services such as Amazon DynamoDB, SocialVibe is growing globally and scaling dynamically to meet spikes in usage demands.
Spiral Genetics, a bioinformatics firm built on Amazon Web Services (AWS), provides software that can analyze a human genome in only 3 hours—40 times faster than with an on-premises infrastructure.
Swisstopo, Switzerland’s national mapping agency, manages geographic information systems (GIS) projects for Swiss Federal offices and other customers. Moving from an on-premise infrastructure to Amazon Web Services (AWS) enabled swisstopo to support up to 50,000 unique visitors per day, which equates to approximately 20 TB of data transferred per month and 1,300 map tiles delivered per second.
Ticketmaster is North America’s top online venue for ticket sales and distribution and one of the continent’s highest ranked e-commerce websites. In 2010, Ticketmaster merged with Live Nation Entertainment, and together with Live Nation’s website, Ticketmaster hosts more than 26 million unique visitors every month.
Recently, Ticketmaster partnered with MarketShare to develop a dynamic ticket pricing application called Pricemaster. MarketShare is an analytics company that empowers businesses to credibly measure and dramatically improve the return on their Marketing investments. MarketShare has a track record of ground-breaking innovations in marketing analytics working with over half of the Fortune 50.
Topsy delivers real-time insight from social media conversations. The company uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) for cost-effective analysis and storage of 125 TB of data from online sources like Twitter, Google Plus, and LiveJournal, eliminating the need to invest in an on-premises infrastructure and saving the company $1M.