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New AWS Program Helps Korean Startups Grow in E-commerce, Fintech, Logistics, and AI

AWS has launched a new program for startups in the e-commerce, fintech, logistics, and artificial intelligence (AI) sectors in collaboration with the Ministry of SMEs and Startups (MSS) and the Korea Institute of Startup and Entrepreneurship Development (KISED). Called Jungle, this program aims to nurture a total of 30 startups who are developing innovative technologies to help them grow into the next-generation of Korean unicorns (privately held startup companies valued at over USD $1 billion).

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Reimagining the Bond Marketplace with Amazon Managed Blockchain

The $45 trillion US fixed income bonds outstanding market is a fundamental part of the broader capital markets and underpins economic activity nationwide, but it’s surprisingly inefficient. Access to capital is limited to big players, leaving smaller municipalities to fend for themselves, until now. Alpha Ledger, a new startup out of Washington state, is set to upend the market using an Amazon Managed Blockchain-based platform.

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Startup Garage Event where entrepreneurs are mingling and having drinks

How AWS Startup Garage Events Can Kick-start your Startup

The AWS Startup Garage was established in 2019 to create a community of likeminded entrepreneurs and provide startups with guidance and support on business and technology related topics. Garage events range from technical hands on workshops to support with getting started on serverless to advice on raising your first round of funding. Events are designed to provide startups with a direct link to the AWS Startup team of Account Managers, Solution Architects and go-to-market resources, startup specific programs and initiatives.

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Datavant De-Identifying Health Data

Scaling Down your Infrastructure Part 2: Databases

In this second installment of the Scaling Down Infrastructure series, we are looking into cost optimization techniques for your databases, on the popular engines we see you using the most, whether it’s in an analytical or transactional style, or if it’s relational, document, key value or time series in nature. 

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redBus: Building a Data Platform with AWS & Apache Software Foundation

As future data requirements cannot always be planned much ahead of time, data warehousing effort is generally subdued by first creating a data lake, which is a pool of centralized data ready to be transformed based on use cases. A means for accessing and analyzing this data makes it easier for knowledge workers to make good informed decisions. Here’s how Indian bus ticketing platform Redbus does it.

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