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Annik Stahl

Author: Annik Stahl

Annik Stahl is a Senior Program Manager in AWS, specializing in blog and magazine content. Having been the face of Microsoft Office for 10 years as the Crabby Office Lady columnist, she loves getting to know her customers and wants to hear from you.

Architecture Monthly: Automotive

AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Automotive

Connected, autonomous, shared, and electric vehicle trends are converging to revolutionize the automotive industry. In this unprecedented age of innovation, automotive companies rely on AWS to fuel their digital transformation efforts, and get their products to market faster, while retaining ownership and control of their data and brand experience. AWS provides the broadest and deepest […]

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Formula 1: Using Amazon SageMaker to Deliver Real-Time Insights to Fans

The Formula One Group (F1) is responsible for the promotion of the FIA Formula One World Championship, a series of auto racing events in 21 countries where professional drivers race single-seat cars on custom tracks or through city courses in pursuit of the World Championship title. Formula 1 works with AWS to enhance its race […]

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AWS Training and Certification Blog Channel Helps Grow Cloud Skills

We’ve heard from our customers that cloud skills are increasingly in high demand, and we have exciting news for anyone looking for resources to help build AWS Cloud skills. We’ve launched a dedicated AWS Training and Certification Blog, with news and updates about our trainings, certifications, and education programs for learners at all skill levels. […]

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Data Lakes

A data lake is the fastest way to get answers from all your data to all your users. It’s a centralized repository that allows you to store all your structured and unstructured data at any scale. You can store your data as-is, without having to first structure the data, and run different types of analytics—from […]

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This is My Architecture: Halodoc

Halodoc: Building the Future of Tele-Health One Microservice at a Time

Halodoc, a Jakarta-based healthtech platform, uses tele-health and artificial intelligence to connect patients, doctors, and pharmacies. Join builder Adrian De Luca for this special edition of This is My Architecture as he dives deep into the solutions architecture of this Indonesian healthtech platform that provides healthcare services in one of the most challenging traffic environments […]

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NextGen Healthcare: Build and Deployment Pipelines with AWS

Owen Zacharias, Vice President of Application Delivery at NextGen Healthcare, explains to AWS Solutions Architect Andrea Sabet how his company developed a series of build and deployment pipelines using native AWS services in the highly regulated healthcare sector. Learn how the following services can be used to build and deploy infrastructure and application code: AWS […]

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Nike: A Social Graph at Scale with Amazon Neptune

Getting a graph database to be performant and easy to use is very different from making a NoSQL (non-relational) database high-performing. Listen in as Todd Escalona of AWS talks with Marc Wangenheim, Senior Engineering Manager at Nike, about how the company powers a number of applications via a social graph, built on Amazon Neptune, which […]

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Binge-Watch Live This is My Architecture Videos from AWS re:Invent

AWS re:Invent 2019 was a whirlwind of activity, especially in the Expo Hall, where the AWS team spent four days filming 12 live This is My Architecture videos for Twitch. Watch one a day for the next two weeks…or eat them all in one sitting. Whichever you do, you’re guaranteed to learn something new. Accolade […]

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re:Invent 2019: Introducing the Amazon Builders’ Library (Part II)

In last week’s post, I told you about a new site we introduced at re:Invent at the beginning of this month, the Amazon Builders’ Library, a site that’s chock-full articles by senior technical leaders that help you understand the underpinnings of both Amazon.com and AWS. Below are four more architecture-based articles that describe how Amazon […]

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