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Pre-processing pipeline architecture

Building a Scalable Document Pre-Processing Pipeline

In a recent customer engagement, Quantiphi, Inc., a member of the Amazon Web Services Partner Network, built a solution capable of pre-processing tens of millions of PDF documents before sending them for inference by a machine learning (ML) model. While the customer’s use case—and hence the ML model—was very specific to their needs, the pipeline that does […]

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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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The Journey to Cloud Networking

IP networking is often seen as a means to an end, an abstract aspect of your business. You don’t say, “I really want a fast network…just to have a fast network.” Quite the contrary. As a business, you set out to accomplish your mission and goals, and then find you need applications to get there. […]

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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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app integration - benefits

Application Integration Using Queues and Messages

In previous blog posts in this messaging series, we provided an overview of messaging and we also explained the common characteristics to consider when  evaluating messaging channel technologies. In this post, we will explain some of the semantics of queue-based processing, its use in designing flexible systems, and how to apply it to your use […]

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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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Introduction to Messaging for Modern Cloud Architecture

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our posts on best practices for your serverless applications. The posts in the following series will focus on best practices when introducing messaging patterns into your applications. Let’s review some core messaging concepts and see how they can be used to address challenges when designing modern cloud architectures. Introduction Applications […]

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Well-Architected Tool

Five Talent Collaborates with Customers Using the AWS Well-Architected Tool

Since its launch at re:Invent 2018, the AWS Well-Architected Tool (AWS WA Tool) has provided a consistent process for documenting and measuring architecture workloads using the best practices from the AWS Well-Architected Framework. However, sharing workload reports for collaborative work experience was time consuming. The new workload sharing feature solves these issues by offering a […]

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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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