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D2L manages petabytes of data, delivers reliable data access using NetApp solution from AWS Marketplace

In this post, I will share a recent story about how a customer successfully migrated critical applications to the AWS Cloud to provide reliable, continuous access to data. D2L is a Canadian learning company founded in 1999. It offers web-based applications to its customers, who are primarily people searching for new ways to learn online. […]

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Starling Bank Genymotion case study CI/CD

Starling Bank releases Android apps faster with Genymotion from AWS Marketplace

In this post, I will show how Starling Bank scaled its DevOps pipeline using Genymotion from AWS Marketplace. Starling Bank is a mobile-only bank based in the UK. With no branches or ATMs, its mobile app is the center of the company’s business. Starling Bank regularly maintains and improves its app, with a long history […]

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AWS Marketplace case study TIBCO Riteway data analytics

Riteway compares options in AWS Marketplace, chooses Spotfire for 93% faster insights

In this post, I’ll offer a summary of the data challenges faced by Riteway Sales and Marketing, a member of BeaconUnited, and how the company used TIBCO Spotfire on AWS, an analytics software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution designed for data exploration, to address those challenges. I’ll also include some of the results Riteway achieved by implementing the […]

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Search for better hosting yields “huge cost savings” by using AWS and AWS Marketplace

Managed hosting—at first it can feel like a good fit. Then it starts to feel like a straitjacket. That was the experience of MovieStarPlanet, a Danish company founded in 2009 to develop and market interactive social games aimed at children and tweens. The company’s catalog includes the games MovieStarPlanet, BooniePlanet, and BlockStarPlanet. “We were using […]

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Loyalty Lab implements machine learning without hiring a single AI data scientist

Loyalty Lab implements machine learning without hiring a single AI data scientist

In an article this summer, Harvard Business Review made a strong case for the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) in today’s business world. According to HBR, AI technologies are “poised to have a transformational impact, on the scale of earlier general-purpose technologies” (i.e., databases or the internet). But the fact that these technologies will soon […]

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