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Mission: Exploring Earth to space

Far above the clouds, one of the fastest growing missions for the public sector is taking place. Technological advances and open data initiatives provide new paths to explore space, impacting our lives here on Earth. From satellites to rovers, cloud computing and cloud-enabled technologies help us find answers to our biggest questions.

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Delegated authentication using OAuth: A case study using Spotify and AWS

Cloud-based technologies allow organizations like governments to build a new application on existing services on the internet that offers open and documented APIs to deliver reliable data. These services have an authentication model so that new users verify their identity before accessing, even if it’s offered at no cost. There are three components in this scenario: a service provider, an end user, and an application that needs to access user data. The key technology here is OAuth. OAuth is a standard that enables access delegation.

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ServerCentral Turing Group launches AWS race car competition to fuel machine learning

ServerCentral Turing Group (SCTG), an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Consulting Partner, recently held a self-driving car challenge open to all employees. After the 2018 acquisition of Turing Group by ServerCentral, the AWS Public Sector Partner aimed to use the competition to unite the two legacy companies, while also building expertise across AWS services. Over […]

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Hack the house: Social housing hackathon

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the Disruptive Innovators Network (DIN) hosted the first competitive social housing hackathon this past May in London. Four UK housing associations – including Great Places, Places for People and Metropolitan Thames Valley – were teamed with members of the AWS Partner Network (APN), and had 36 hours to analyse one of four housing problems and hack a solution.

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Now more than a thousand partners in the AWS Public Sector Partner Program

The AWS Public Sector Partner (PSP) Program now has more than 1,000 members who are demonstrating their commitment to working with government, education, and nonprofit customers around the globe. The program’s success is reflected in the revenue growth of participating partners who increased profits compared to partners not in the program.

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