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Category: Customer Solutions

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Field Notes: How Sportradar Accelerated Data Recovery Using AWS Services

This post was co-written by Mithil Prasad, AWS Senior Customer Solutions Manager, Patrick Gryczka, AWS Solutions Architect, Ben Burdsall, CTO at Sportradar and Justin Shreve, Director of Engineering at Sportradar.  Ransomware is a type of malware which encrypts data, effectively locking those affected by it out of their own data and requesting a payment to […]

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Field Notes: Orchestrating and Monitoring Complex, Long-running Workflows Using AWS Step Functions

Situation: IHS Markit’s Wall Street Office (WSO) offers financial reports to hundreds of clients worldwide. When IHS Markit completed the migration of WSO’s SaaS software to AWS, it unlocked the power and agility to deliver new product features monthly, as opposed to a multi-year release cycle. This migration also presented a great opportunity to further […]

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Building a Serverless Outbreak Management Solution with AWS Data Lab

This post was co-written by Dhruba Mondal and Shhalu Mittal of Erickson Senior Living and Rielah De Jesus Erickson Senior Living is an owner, manager, and developer of retirement communities in the United States. We provide independent living, assisted living, and memory and skilled nursing care, managing 20 campus-style retirement communities in 11 states. Headquartered […]

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The Technology Behind KFC’s Finger Lickin’ Good Success

This post was written by Jaime Hall of KFC At Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), our platform has constantly evolved over the past four years. Since the shift to bring all development in house, we’ve been making great progress. During this time, KFC has grown dramatically within the digital space. Underpinning it all, we aim to […]

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AI-powered Passenger Callback System for Airlines

NLX is Helping Travelers Amid Disruption with AI-Powered Automation

This post was co-written by Andrei Papancea and Vlad Papancea of NLX and Sekhar Mallipeddi Travel impacts brought by the global pandemic left several airlines experiencing frequent flight disruptions, which increased flight scheduling change notifications being made to affected travelers. Every month, tens of thousands of passengers and related flight crew have to be contacted […]

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Field Notes: How FactSet Balances Developer Velocity with Governance using AWS IAM

This post was co-written by FactSet’s Cloud Infrastructure team, Gaurav Jain, Nathan Goodman, Geoff Wang, Daniel Cordes, Sunu Joseph and AWS Solution Architects, Amit Borulkar and Tarik Makota. At FactSet, their goal for cloud platform on AWS Cloud is to have high developer velocity alongside enterprise governance. They wanted application teams to have a frictionless […]

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Field Notes: How OLX Europe Fights Millions of Bots with AWS

This post was cowritten with Daniel Loureiro, Lead Security Engineer at OLX Group Global Information Security. At OLX, infrastructure is constantly being scanned and targeted by advanced malicious botnets. These botnets either scrape the content of their websites to monetize it on other competing websites, threaten the availability of their service with DDoS attacks, or […]

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Field Notes: How FactSet Uses ‘microAccounts’ to Reduce Developer Friction and Maintain Security at Scale

This post was co-written by FactSet’s Cloud Infrastructure team, Gaurav Jain, Nathan Goodman, Geoff Wang, Daniel Cordes, Sunu Joseph and AWS Solution Architects, Amit Borulkar and Tarik Makota. FactSet considers developer self-service and DevOps essential for realizing cloud benefits.  As part of their cloud adoption journey, they wanted developers to have a frictionless infrastructure provisioning […]

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Building a Controlled Environment Agriculture Platform

This post was co-written by Michael Wirig, Software Engineering Manager at Grōv Technologies. A substantial percentage of the world’s habitable land is used for livestock farming for dairy and meat production. The dairy industry has leveraged technology to gain insights that have led to drastic improvements and are continuing to accelerate. A gallon of milk […]

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Snowflake: Running Millions of Simulation Tests with Amazon EKS

This post was co-written with Brian Nutt, Senior Software Engineer and Kao Makino, Principal Performance Engineer, both at Snowflake. Transactional databases are a key component of any production system. Maintaining data integrity while rows are read and written at a massive scale is a major technical challenge for these types of databases. To ensure their […]

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