AWS for Industries

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PI System migration from Industrial Plants and Factory to AWS

Automate secure migration of OSIsoft PI Systems from n-premises data center using AWS Application Migration Service

Large industrial enterprises in manufacturing, oil and gas, and electric transmission and distribution collect operational technology (OT) data from millions of sensors. Much of this valuable data remains unused, sitting in OSIsoft PI Historians, with 80% of the world’s largest oil and gas companies and 65% of the industrial companies in the Fortune 500 relying […]

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Putting Its Best Foot Forward: Bata Steps Up Its Online Shoe-Shopping Game

A lot of the changes triggered by the pandemic are here to stay, and businesses must think on their feet to meet changing demands successfully. Ecommerce has exploded, growing two to five times faster than pre-pandemic levels, according to this McKinsey report. Like all eruptions, this one too, unveiled a host of behind-the-scenes drama in […]

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Automate Patching by Replacing Amazon ECS Container Instances

Containerization becoming popular for application lifecycle In the retail industry, more and more developers are using containerization as the primary software lifecycle for applications and services. There are countless benefits to this approach, and it shifts the focus of configuration and runtime management to the container itself. This means that there’s much less configuration and […]

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Sustainability in Retail: Why $10B+ of revenue trusts Altruistiq to help them become industry leaders

Sustainability is one of the defining issues of our time, and companies all over the globe are being called on to step up and confront the challenge in the context of the climate emergency. The fact is employees want to work for—and customers want to buy from—companies actively striving for sustainability. According to the 2021 […]

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Auto-healing Persistent Virtual Network Functions on AWS

Introduction Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) is an architecture concept in the telecom industry to enforce state-of-the-art technologies onto servers, network devices, and storage, in order to virtualize Network Functions (NFs). These days, multiple service providers are conceiving their virtual NFs (VNFs) in AWS, and this trend is accelerating further with containerized NFs (CNFs) and 5G. […]

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How Sigmoid Uses DataWig From Amazon Science for Missing Value Imputation to Make CPG Dataset Ready for Machine Learning

In the training of a machine learning (ML) model, the quality of the model is directly proportional to the quality of data. However, in many cases, in consumer packaged goods (CPG) datasets, there are a lot of missing values affecting the quality of training and prediction in the long run. If your models are already […]

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Delivering CPG Demand Planning at Scale and Hyper-Speed With Samya’s Dynamic Demand AI on AWS

Opportunity at the intersection of demand and supply Complexity and volatility characterized the consumer-packaged goods (CPG) and retail industries even before the pandemic impacted all of us. According to a Boston Consulting Group study, the associated opportunity loss due to complex and volatile business is estimated to be 8–10 percent, and poor anticipation of demand […]

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Telco Meets AWS Cloud: Deploying DISH’s 5G Network in AWS Cloud

DISH Network is deploying the first stand-alone, cloud-native, autonomous 5G network. The company envisions a complete cloud-native 5G network with all its functions, except minimal components of the Radio Access Network (RAN), running in the cloud with fully automated network deployment and operations. In this blog post, we describe DISH’s approach to building a scalable […]

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FSI Services Spotlight: Featuring AWS Lambda

In this edition of Financial Services Industry (FSI) Services Spotlight monthly blog series, we highlight five key considerations for customers running workloads on AWS Lambda: achieving compliance, data protection, isolation of compute environments, audits with APIs, and access control/security. Across each area, we will examine specific guidance, suggested reference architectures, and technical code to help […]

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Building Elastic HPC Clusters for EDA with Altair on AWS

Introduction Chip design is not only compute and memory intensive, it also requires varying amounts of resource in different Integrated Circuit (IC) design phases: some frontend tools are single threaded and CPU bound, while backend tools rely on high performance storage and large memory. Fixed-size compute farms on-premises result in jobs waiting in queue for […]

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