AWS for Industries

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Forecasting energy usage using Amazon machine learning and data lakes

Executives within utilities and energy providers of all types and sizes have multiple ongoing needs to forecast energy usage. For example, as chief customer officer, your teams can use energy forecasts at the household level to proactively engage homeowners with high bill alerts and predict pre-pay or month-end energy charges. As the head of energy […]

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Dealing with disruption: How financial institutions are using cloud technology to respond to COVID-19 and reshape the industry

“Disruption.” It’s a word that we hear often in the Financial Services industry, typically when we describe innovations that create new markets or value networks that could potentially displace established norms, market leaders, or products. The unprecedented health challenge that the world is confronting today has brought a different type of disruption to the global […]

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Automating Call Detail Records transformation and costing for Amazon Chime Voice Connector

Amazon Chime Voice Connector (VC) is a pay-as-you-go service that enables companies to make and receive secure, inexpensive phone calls over the internet using standards-based Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). Amazon Chime Business Calling (BC) lets you text or call to over 100 countries, directly from the Amazon Chime client. VC and BC generate a Call Detail […]

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Building clinically-validated conversational agents to address novel coronavirus

With COVID-19 impacting healthcare systems around the world, patients are looking to their healthcare providers for information related to the novel coronavirus, guidance on when to be tested for the virus, and instructions on what to do if they have a confirmed positive result. As a result, health systems across the United States have quickly […]

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Enable agile mainframe development, test, and CI/CD with AWS and Micro Focus

Mainframes are still used by numerous organizations in sectors such as financial services or manufacturing. To thrive in today’s fast-moving economy, customers tell us they must accelerate the software development lifecycle (SDLC) for applications hosted on their mainframes. Micro Focus development and test solutions combined with AWS DevOps services provide the speed, the elasticity, and […]

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Migrating AS/400 and IBM i Applications to AWS with Infinite

AS/400 systems are still used by numerous organizations in sectors such as financial services or manufacturing. They typically host core-business workloads such as accounting or supply chain software. For customers with AS/400 (and the successor iSeries, System i, and IBM i systems), the Infinite software solution, available in AWS Marketplace, helps migrate AS/400 workloads to […]

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New guide: Understanding NERC CIP compliance for power and utilities

As power and utility customers are experiencing digital transformation, they are looking to the cloud for ways to enhance support of their business and customers. Our customers want to know more about security and resiliency using cloud and they are sensitive to their compliance obligations including those around North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Critical […]

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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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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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