AWS Database Blog

Category: Customer Solutions

How Etleap uses AWS DMS to make data analytics pipelines easy and robust

This blog post was co-written with Archie Menzies from Etleap. You can use AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) as a robust and configurable solution for change data capture (CDC) from all major databases into AWS. In this post, we discuss how Etleap integrates AWS DMS into its AWS-native ETL/ELT solution, and the usability features […]

Why Reltio chose an all-in migration to Amazon DynamoDB

“Reltio’s ability to drive innovation on behalf of their customers exemplifies how cloud-native businesses can leverage AWS to deliver differentiated solutions. Through collaboration in both technology development and go-to-market efforts, Reltio’s partnership with AWS continues to strengthen their position as an industry-leading master data management solution.” -Amine Chigani, AWS Global Head of Enterprise Technologists Amazon […]

Empowering fraud detection at Delivery Hero with Amazon Neptune

This is a guest post co-authored by Amr Elnaggar, Saurabh Deshpande, Mohammad Azzam, Matias Pons and Wilson Tang from Delivery Hero. Delivery Hero is available in 74 countries around the World. It operates a wide range of local brands that are united behind the shared mission Always Delivering an Amazing Experience — fast, easy, and […]

How OLX optimized their Amazon DynamoDB costs by scaling their query patterns

This is a guest post by Miguel Alpendre (Engineering Manager at OLX Group), Rodrigo Lopes (Senior Software Engineer at OLX Group), and Carlos Tarilonte (Senior Developer at OLX Group) in partnership with Luís Rodrigues Soares (Solution Architect at AWS). At OLX, we operate the world’s fastest-growing network of trading platforms. Serving 300 million people every […]

How NXP performs event-driven RDF imports to Amazon Neptune using AWS Lambda and SPARQL UPDATE LOAD

For manufacturers it’s important to track transformations and transfers of products as they travel through the supply chain. In the event of quality issues, the ability to quickly and accurately identify a defective product and gather data for root cause analysis and containment is critical. NXP Semiconductors has been working to improve its product traceability […]

How Informatica® Cloud Data Governance and Catalog uses Amazon Neptune for knowledge graphs

This post was co-written with Tiju Titus John and Deepak Ram from Informatica. In this post, we discuss the significance of data governance and cataloging, and how Informatica®’s latest product can help enterprises address challenges in this area of high complexity. We also discuss how Informatica® uses a graph database solution based on Amazon Neptune […]

Gearing up OLX Autos’ platform by migrating from GCP to AWS using AWS DMS

This is a guest post by Sahil Thakral, Lead Platform Engineer, OLX Autos and Shashank Singh, Lead Platform Engineer, OLX Autos. In 2019, OLX Autos merged with Frontier Car Group (FCG), a used auto marketplace in Germany. Until then, OLX Autos had been exclusively using AWS to host its cloud infrastructure. However, FCG was running […]

How Amazon DynamoDB supported ZOZOTOWN’s shopping cart migration project

In this post, we show you a case study of an e-commerce site that had relational database management system (RDBMS) performance problems and how Amazon DynamoDB contributed to their solution. ZOZO has large-scale sale events requiring engineers to monitor and respond in real time to ensure that the service runs without problems. DynamoDB helped ZOZO […]

How Shinsegae International enhances customer experience and prevents counterfeiting with Amazon QLDB

This is post is co-authored by BubKwan Lee, head of the e-commerce development team at Shinsegae International. Like any other industry, the retail industry is rapidly accelerating its digital transformation to meet ever-changing consumer needs. In particular, the retail luxury industry, where online and second-hand transactions are increasing, is investing heavily in efforts to create […]

How Amazon DevOps Guru for RDS helps NRI Digital with database performance monitoring

This guest post is co-authored by Ryota Shima, Application Architect, and Kazuki Matsumura, Lead Architect at NRI Digital. NRI Digital has a wide variety of systems in production, both on-premises and cloud-based. Among them, many systems are built on AWS, and Amazon Aurora and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) are often used as the […]