AWS for Industries

Category: AWS Systems Manager

How Grocery Retailers Grow with Hybrid Architecture Best Practices

How Grocery Retailers Grow With Hybrid Architecture Best Practices

Grocery retailers typically operate high-volume, low-margin business models. All the retailer’s resources need to be deployed in a way to maximize productivity and minimize cost. This isn’t a simple ask because the majority of applications in the industry have grown organically over a long period of time. In the UK, the top five grocers—with the […]

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Best Practices for Manufacturing OT Security

This post was co-written with Russell de Pina, former Senior Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Introduction In manufacturing plants, there have been IT systems used for creating, managing and processing enterprise business data and separate OT (Operational Technology) systems used for managing operations of factories and industrial equipment. As manufactures connect their OT systems to […]

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How to manage multiple IoT gateways using AWS Systems Manager

Introduction As industrial companies move toward the future of production by connecting their factories and developing faster, cheaper production method, they also face new and significant challenges. One of those challenges is reducing the time and effort to connect equipment across facilities, while maintaining edge connections. Industrial companies are often complex organizations, involving multiple AWS […]

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A How-to Guide for Deploying Amazon Interactive Video Service and Amazon Personalize in Retail

The ever-increasing popularity of live streaming is opening up new opportunities for online customer interactions. With live streaming providing engaging content, it can facilitate the flow of customers into online shopping, joining the shopping experience with other forms of online engagement. Personalized recommendations also allow online stores to pick the right products at the right […]

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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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