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The way we live is changing all the time, and companies using AWS as their cloud platform are changing right along with it to make our life a little easier.

Today's leading companies aren't just adjusting, but redefining how they do business, becoming more agile, scalable, and innovative. And the ones using AWS? They're benefiting from the fastest pace of innovation, the broadest and deepest functionality, the most secure computing environment, and performance to build what's needed for today and tomorrow.  


Here are how some of our customers are using AWS every day:

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Lyft launched on AWS in 2012 and still uses it today as it improves people’s lives with the world’s best transportation. AWS products help Lyft enhance every element of the experience for riders and drivers - such as Auto Scaling to manage up to eight times more ride requests during peak times.

Learn more about how Lyft uses AWS

Here's a few products powering Lyft: 

Here's a few products powering Lyft: 

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Ancestry analyzes and compares billions of historical records, tens of millions of family trees, and millions of existing customer DNA profiles to deliver data-driven insights that help empower journeys of personal discovery. With continuing growth, going all-in on the AWS cloud gave Ancestry a highly scalable and secure IT infrastructure on which to store and analyze large volumes of sensitive information.

Here's a few products powering Ancestry: 

Here's a few products powering Ancestry: 

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Dunkin’ plays an important role in the daily lives of millions of on-the-go Americans, keeping them running each day with signature coffee and baked goods. With a continued focus on offering unparalleled convenience and accessibility, Dunkin’ leverages AWS services for their website and popular mobile app to allow guests to order ahead, easily pay for orders and speed past the line, as well as redeem rewards, receive offers, find the nearest store, or send virtual gift cards.

Here's a few products powering Dunkin': 

Here's a few products powering Dunkin': 

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Snap started using AWS in 2016 in order to be more agile, drive down costs, and prepare for growth. Snap leverages AWS technology to migrate from a monolithic platform to a service-oriented platform.

Here's a few products powering Snap: 

Here's a few products powering Snap: 

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Zillow is all-in on AWS with a living database of more than 110 million U.S. homes—including homes for sale, rent and not currently on the market, as well as Zestimate home values. Zillow uses Amazon Kinesis to ingest a variety of data including public-property records, sales transactions, listing data, and user-provided information.

Learn more about how Zillow uses AWS

Here's a few products powering Zillow: 

Here's a few products powering Zillow: 

Behind the Innovation. AWS is How.

Hear the real-life stories of customers who took risks, overcame obstacles, and came out on top in our live, online event series.

Hear the real-life stories of customers who took risks, overcame obstacles, and came out on top in our live, online event series.