IBM and Amazon are both signatories of The Climate Pledge, a commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2040—10 years ahead of The Paris Agreement. Learn how SaaS providers can optimize applications by implementing best practice recommendations from AWS, and review a few examples from IBM to optimize SaaS applications for sustainability and track the results via dashboard. Every action you take contributes to your organization’s broader sustainability goals.
Data centers represent the information bedrock that supports many aspects of the modern economy. When building cloud workloads, the practice of sustainability is to understand environmental impacts like energy consumption and apply best practices to reduce these impacts. Learn why IT operations have become a crucial component of sustainability strategies, and how IBM Turbonomic Application Resource Management (ARM) can help AWS customers with sustainability in the cloud.
In line with Capgemini Group‘s sustainability vision to become a net zero business by 2040, Sogeti has collaborated with AWS to find a pragmatic solution that is helping to bring this vision to life—the Sogeti Carbon Estimator (SCE). This tool can be used to automatically bring insights into the carbon footprint of any cloud component used to serve technology, including complex AI solutions enabled by MLOps. SCE highlights the goal of many cloud providers and businesses—to unlock the value of cloud sustainably.
Wipro moved Schneider Electric’s crucial on-premises SAP system onto AWS, completely re-architecting the system for the cloud, changing the operating system, upgrading databases, and migrating terabytes of data to AWS. The partner and customer both sought a goal larger than reducing the physical data center footprint: they aimed to improve digital supply chain operations and enhance the performance of Schneider Electric’s industrial automation business.
This year marks the 10-year anniversary of the AWS Partner Network (APN). To celebrate this important milestone, we’re launching a series of partner transformation stories—“10 Years of Success”—highlighting some of our AWS Partners who have been “all in” and grown with us over the past decade. Up first in our Q&A-style series is Cloudsoft, an AWS Advanced Tier Services Partner that helps businesses securely migrate, run, and evolve applications in the cloud.
Firms spend substantial efforts to identify and collect quality data streams from different sources. However, identifying and interpreting energy, water, or gas usage patterns and consumption types is sometimes insufficient. In this post, you’ll learn how Storm Reply, combining industry knowledge with its expertise in the development of data analytics platforms in AWS, can help customers in the design, development, and maintenance of secure serverless IoT big data platforms with a focus on sustainability.
Using Snowflake to Access and Combine Multiple Datasets Hosted by the Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative
The zero-cost Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative (ASDI) seeks to accelerate sustainability research and innovation by minimizing the cost and time required to analyze large sustainability datasets. In this post, we’ll use Snowflake, a data cloud company, to work with two different ASDI datasets containing climate and air quality data. We’ll demonstrate how to access ASDI datasets, join them together by date, and ultimately form a merged result.