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How Verisk Argus Migrated Petabytes of SQL Server Data to AWS
Verisk provides data analytic insights to customers in insurance, energy and specialized markets, and financial services. Learn how a joint team from AWS and Verisk Argus migrated petabytes of SQL Server data from on-premises to Amazon S3 and Amazon S3 Glacier using AWS Snowball Edge and the Amazon EMR custom Spark ingestion framework. Through this migration framework, Verisk Argus is positioned to save millions of dollars by moving to AWS from their data center.
How to Reduce Your Data Storage Costs with Veritas NetBackup on AWS
Migrating your Veritas protected data, tape backups, and infrastructure to AWS allows for increased flexibility in managing data through its lifecycle. Leveraging this strategy in conjunction with Veritas NetBackup‘s deduplication capabilities allows you to realize cost savings over managing your data on-premises. Veritas on AWS ensures your data is highly available and provides savings over storing data in your data center and/or managing the tape backup archival process.
How AWS Partners Are Utilizing Amazon S3 to Help Customers Solve for Scale
As we celebrate Amazon S3’s 15th birthday, we are excited to share stories of how AWS Partners are using S3 to provide a wide variety of solutions to address customer needs. It’s rare to find an ISV solution these days that does not support Amazon S3 in some way. AWS Partners have helped customers all across the world ingest exabytes of data into S3, and some AWS Partners have built entire businesses on Amazon S3.
How DataArt Helped Inchcape Shipping Services to Revolutionize Document Processing on AWS
The main thing that all interested parties need when a vessel is in port—and this has never changed—is information. Learn how Inchcape, a global organization and leader in ships agency and maritime services that covers around 2,500 ports, teamed up with DataArt to reimagine its core operational platform, Optic, as a bespoke .NET Core-based microservices solution. Optic builds trust through transparency of the vessel program, real-time updates, and standardized workflow and data across all port calls and locations.