AWS Architecture Blog

Category: Compute

Building Real Time AI with AWS Fargate

This post is a contribution from AWS customer, Veritone. It was originally published on the company’s Website.  Here at Veritone, we deal with a lot of data. Our product uses the power of cognitive computing to analyze and interpret the contents of structured and unstructured data, particularly audio and video. We use cognitive computing to […]

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Serverless Dynamic Web Pages in AWS: Provisioned with CloudFormation

***This blog is authored by Mike Okner of Monsanto, an AWS customer. It originally appeared on the Monsanto company blog. Minor edits were made to the original post.*** Recently, I was looking to create a status page app to monitor a few important internal services. I wanted this app to be as lightweight, reliable, and […]

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Reactive Microservices Architecture on AWS

Microservice-application requirements have changed dramatically in recent years. These days, applications operate with petabytes of data, need almost 100% uptime, and end users expect sub-second response times. Typical N-tier applications can’t deliver on these requirements. Reactive Manifesto, published in 2014, describes the essential characteristics of reactive systems including: responsiveness, resiliency, elasticity, and being message driven. […]

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