AWS Architecture Blog

Category: Internet of Things

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

Today, I’m going to tell you about a new site we launched at re:Invent, the Amazon Builders’ Library, a collection of living articles covering topics across architecture, software delivery, and operations. You get to peek under the hood of how Amazon architects, releases, and operates the software underpinning Amazon.com and AWS. Want to know how Amazon.com does what it […]

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Manufacturing

For more than 25 years, Amazon has designed and manufactured smart products and distributed billions of products through its globally connected distribution network using cutting edge automation, machine learning and AI, and robotics, with AWS at its core. From product design to smart factory and smart products, AWS helps leading manufacturers transform their manufacturing operations […]

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FogHorn

FogHorn: Edge-to-Edge Communication and Deep Learning

FogHorn is an intelligent Internet of Things ( IoT) edge solution that delivers data processing and real-time inference where data is created. As “the only ‘real’ edge intelligence solution in the market today,” FogHorn is powered by a hyper-efficient Complex Event Processor (CEP) and delivers comprehensive data enrichment and real-time analytics on high volumes, varieties, […]

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AWS Instance Scheduler

Introducing AWS Solutions: Expert architectures on demand

AWS Solutions Architects are on the front line of helping customers succeed using our technologies. Our team members leverage their deep knowledge of AWS technologies to build custom solutions that solve specific problems for clients. But many customers want to solve common technical problems that don’t require custom solutions, or they want a general solution […]

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Serverless Architectures with AWS Lambda: Overview and Best Practices

For some organizations, the idea of “going serverless” can be daunting. But with an understanding of best practices – and the right tools — many serverless applications can be fully functional with only a few lines of code and little else. Examples of fully-serverless-application use cases include: Web or mobile backends – Create fully-serverless, mobile […]

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