Tag: AWS Competency Partners
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are maturing rapidly. According to Gartner, 75% of enterprises will shift from piloting to operationalizing AI by 2024. That’s why we are expanding the AWS Machine Learning Competency to help customers identify and engage qualified AWS Partners that have deep technical expertise and proven customer success in the areas of Applied AI and Machine Learning Operations (MLOps).
In the financial services domain, it’s a common architecture pattern to find shared services file servers that act as SFTP file server or FTP server. Because these financial applications are not always API driven, data exchange using flat files remains the standard way to share information between applications, even when some of them have been migrated to AWS. Learn how DXC Technology addressed migrating this type of server using AWS Transfer Family, Amazon S3, and Amazon EFS.
The massive scale and efficiencies offered by cloud data lakes are best served by a continuous replication mechanism from on-premises and cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications. Learn how SAP ERP, Amazon Redshift, and HVR Change Data Capture (CDC) add up to more than the sum of the individual parts, and dive deep into HVR’s architecture and the unique value proposition for SAP customers building their data lakes with AWS.
To help safeguard workplaces from the pandemic, TensorIoT developed SafetyVisor, a suite of machine learning tools that can operate independently or in tandem with existing business infrastructure to monitor safety gear usage (like masks) and social distancing. SafetyVisor’s computer vision models are designed to work with your existing cameras, and the entire solution is built utilizing a flexible architecture to facilitate easy deployment and use.
AWS High Performance Computing (HPC) Competency Partners Are Fueling Fast, Secure, and Cost-Effective Innovation
To help customers run the most compute-intensive workloads across industry verticals, we are excited to introduce the new AWS High Performance Computing (HPC) Competency featuring AWS Partners who are focused on the important aspects of HPC in the cloud, including security, cost management, and performance. These trusted AWS Partners are uniquely positioned to help customers innovate faster and become more agile and flexible while controlling costs.
Automatically identifying and upgrading existing SSD volumes to take advantage of the new gp3 general purpose volumes for Amazon EBS can help organizations reduce storage costs. Learn how to upgrade your existing gp2 volumes, without interruption, to the next generation of general purpose SSD volumes using AWS Systems Manager. This a core component of nubeGo’s Cloud Managed Service (NCMS) which helps customers automate cost savings, security guardrails, and compliance requirements with minimal effort.
Until now, 4K media service has been adopted by only a few providers and was limited in use from the lack of sufficient infrastructure and network services. However, with advances in telecommunications and devices ushering in the 5G era, the barriers to using 4K have been brought down. Learn how MegazoneCloud helps broadcasters implement high-quality live streaming services, with AWS Media Services driving new customer experience in an agile, automated, and cost-effective manner.
Couchbase NoSQL database admins have been using AWS to host clusters for many years. Couchbase Cloud provides customers access to sophisticated management software that allows them to co-manage their NoSQL cloud database directly inside their AWS-powered infrastructure. Learn how Couchbase leverages the underlying cloud resources, and explore graphical examples of key features from the web-based control plane to demonstrate how easy it is to use.
With increasing data variety and volumes, it’s become increasingly necessary to ensure all of an organization’s workloads run in the most efficient manner to reduce overall turn-around time and TCO. Get an overview of the data and analytics platform ZS built to streamline and improve contracting analytics for a top life sciences company. Then, dive deep into the data architecture and learn how ZS evolved its data technology stack to get maximum performance.
Splunk recently announced the availability of Armv8 64-bit architecture support for the Splunk Universal Forwarder. This allows AWS Graviton2 customers with Linux workloads to collect and forward machine data to their Splunk environment. Follow a step-by-step guide to set up a Universal Forwarder on a Graviton2 instance running Linux, and learn how to configure the instance and the Universal Forwarder to forward data to Splunk Cloud.