AWS for Industries

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bpx energy Production Monitoring and Surveillance Reference architecture

bpx energy Transforms Production Operations Through AWS Energy Industry Solutions

bpx energy is bp’s US onshore oil and gas production business, part of its resilient and focused hydrocarbons portfolio, a key component of its strategy to become an integrated energy company and to be net zero by 2050 or sooner. bpx energy chose AWS as the strategic cloud platform of choice for Operational Technology stack […]

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Innovyze Introduces Dynamic Digital Twins to the Water Industry with Info360 on AWS

Innovyze is a global water industry software leader with over 35 years of experience serving thousands of clients including the largest water utilities, ENR design firms, consultancies, and refining plants around the world. Today Innovyze announced the availability of its cloud-based platform for real-world water lifecycle management, Info360.com, on AWS. The solution brings the water […]

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AWS Travel and Hospitality Partner Conversations: TensorIoT

Ravikumar (Ravi) Raghunathan, CEO of TensorIoT, joins Florian Tinnus, Partner Leader for AWS Travel and Hospitality, for a broad-ranging discussion around how AWS Partners are helping customers build resilience and prepare for what’s next in travel and hospitality. During this unprecedented time for the industry, we have been inspired by the innovations that have been […]

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Power and Utility Path to Production in the AWS Cloud

We talk about cloud adoption as a journey. That’s because it takes exploration to understand your own business goals and to learn about the cloud capabilities available for you to reach those goals. It also takes collaboration and planning to do things right. At AWS, we look for ways to break down the customer journey […]

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AWS Travel and Hospitality Partner Conversations: Rigado

Kevin Tate, Chief Marketing Officer for Rigado, joins Steven Elinson, WW Head, Restaurants and Food Service for AWS Travel and Hospitality, for a broad-ranging discussion around how AWS Partners are helping customers build resilience and prepare for what’s next in travel and hospitality. During this unprecedented time for the industry, we have been inspired by […]

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Restarting the Travel and Hospitality Industry: An AI-powered Solution

This post is authored by Rob Anson, CEO of Loop Insights — There’s no doubt that the pandemic has devastated the travel and hospitality industry. A recent policy brief from the United Nations reports the COVID-19 pandemic will cost the global tourism industry over $1 trillion in losses and threaten 100 million jobs. Today, 50 […]

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Modernize your retail edge architecture with microservices

Technology in most retail edge locations (i.e., stores, distribution centers, factories) is a mix of disparate applications and infrastructure, creating a variable IT landscape. This web of complexity prevents companies from quickly and consistently deploying new systems across edge locations. That begs the question: How can retailers manage edge infrastructure at scale with consistency and […]

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AWS for Industrial – Making it easy for customers to scale their industrial workloads on AWS

Increasingly, industrial customers across asset intensive industries such as manufacturing, energy, mining, transportation, and agriculture are leveraging new digital technologies to drive faster and more informed decisions in their industrial operations. ‘AWS for Industrial’ is a new initiative that features new and existing services and solutions from AWS and our Partners, which are built specifically […]

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AWS re:Invent 2020 – Power and Utilities Industry Guide

AWS re:Invent routinely fills several Las Vegas venues with standing-room only crowds, but we are bringing it to you with an all-virtual and free event this year. This year’s conference is gearing up to be our biggest yet and we have an exciting program planned for the Power & Utilities industry with five keynotes, 18 […]

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Defining the digital model for convenience retailing

The very definition of convenience retailing is an experience of access and ease for shoppers. There’s no ambiguity. The experience must be convenient, period. And the convenience store, or c-store, market is huge. In 2019, 3.1% of the US GDP resulted from $647.8 billion in combined in-store and fuel sales at c-stores. With nearly 153,000 […]

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