Front-End Web & Mobile

ResMed Improves Agility and User Satisfaction Using AWS AppSync

Digital health leader ResMed is one of the leading global providers of cloud-connected solutions for people with sleep apnea, COPD, asthma, and other chronic conditions. In 2021, ResMed helped improve the lives of over 133 million people in over 140 countries. Now, ResMed has a goal to improve 250 million lives in 2025, and it needed an agile, serverless solution to increase user satisfaction and achieve greater scalability.

ResMed turned to Amazon Web Services (AWS) solutions to support more device users globally, reduce application latency, and deploy new features more quickly. To develop its myAir application, ResMed selected AWS AppSync, a serverless GraphQL and Pub/Sub API service that simplifies building modern web and mobile applications.

Read the full case study to learn how ResMed, uses AWS AppSync, in conjunction with a suite of other AWS solutions, such as AWS Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, and AWS CodePipeline, to reduce operational overhead, improve the user experience, and provide more accurate and valuable insights by using machine learning.

AWS offers a broad set of purpose-built tools and services to support development workflows for native iOS/Android, React Native, and JavaScript developers. Discover how easy it is to develop, deploy, and operate your app, even if you are new to AWS. And with the speed and reliability of AWS infrastructure, deliver secure apps that scale from prototype to millions of users, automatically. Explore our front-end web and mobile application development services to learn more.





Jessie VanderVeen

Jessie VanderVeen is a Product Marketer for the AWS front-end web and mobile development services team which includes AWS Amplify, AWS AppSync, and AWS Device Farm. She’s based in Seattle and is an avid surfer and outdoor enthusiast.