AWS for Industries

Category: Industries

Event recap: 5 automotive trends at CES 2020

We had an incredible response to the Amazon Automotive exhibit at CES 2020, which combined AWS, Alexa Auto, Amazon Pay, Amazon Fire TV, and other Amazon businesses. Customers, media, and analysts packed the booth to discuss how Amazon enables our automotive customers to accelerate the future of mobility. For those that didn’t make it, or […]

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Convenient Conversations: How conversational AI elevates the traveler experience

This is a point of view from Andrei Papancea, Cofounder and CEO of NLX – an AWS technology partner specialized in building the next generation of conversational applications. — As consumer demands are changing, brands are constantly looking for new ways to interact with customers. Digital conversations are on the rise. According to Smooch.io’s State […]

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Personalizing loyalty programs for engagement in the travel and hospitality industry

The average American today participates in 14.8 different loyalty programs, and odds are you’ve participated in one, too. Some of the larger travel and hospitality loyalty programs include Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan, Hilton Honors, and Domino’s Piece of the Pie. Programs like these are popular because they work. Loyalty members generate on average 12% to […]

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Simplify seismic data management and improve decision-making using serverless solutions

Major oil and gas companies are likely to have seismic data spanning decades and consuming Petabytes (PBs) of storage. This seismic data is often stored across a variety of different storage mediums depending on operational requirements, including: Network-Attached Storage (NAS), Magnetic tapes and USB devices. This data management approach has led to seismic data duplication […]

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Enabling mainframe automated code build and deployment for financial institutions using AWS and Micro Focus solutions

Mainframes are used by financial institutions for critical applications, batch data processing, online transaction processing, and mixed concurrent workloads. They have non-functional requirements such as performance, security, and resource availability to process all workloads, even in development environments. However, potential resource and parallelism reduction may occur during the development of new programs and subsequent testing. […]

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AWS re:Invent 2019 – Healthcare and life sciences industry recap

With over 75 launches and announcements of new services and major features during re:Invent, it can be hard for any technologist to keep track of the most relevant information for Healthcare and Life Science (HCLS) workloads. Explore the below recap of information important for HCLS customers and links to the top re:Invent breakout sessions. Top […]

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How six AWS travel and hospitality leaders are transforming the industry

80 Years – 50 Years – 6 Years – and all ready for the future Choice Hotels has served customers for more than 80 years. Korean Air Lines is celebrating 50 years of flight. Deliveroo has been satiating diners for just a little over six years now. Executives from these travel and hospitality leaders, as […]

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AWS re:Invent 2019 – Financial services industry recap

60,000+ attendees. 3,000+ technical sessions. 75+ service launches. 50+ breakout sessions focused on Financial Services. In case you missed it or would like to re-visit content about how financial institutions are using AWS to transform their businesses and bring new ideas to market, check out this recap guide created by the Financial Services Content team. […]

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AWS re:Invent 2019: Key announcements for the Advertising and Marketing Industry

With more than 77 new service launches and other announcements, AWS re:Invent left a lot to digest—even for teams inside AWS! We’ve developed this guide to ensure customers in the advertising and marketing industry know the most relevant news from this year’s event. Of the many announcements, three stood out as game-changers for advertising and […]

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Building a scalable image processing pipeline for image-based transcriptomics

The below post was written by guest author Shannon Axelrod, Senior Software Engineer at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. At the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI), the science team’s goal is to support the science and technology that will make it possible to cure, prevent, or manage all diseases by the end of this century. In particular, the organization […]

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