AWS Startups Blog
Simplifying Secondary Data Storage Applications with Cohesity
Founded in 2013, Cohesity has created a platform to consolidate secondary data, such as backups, files, objects, test/dev, and analytics.
How DroneInch Builds Software for Autonomous Drones
Founded in 2017, DroneInch builds software for remote autonomous flight of off-the-shelf drones.
Watch: Startup Central Presentations from re:Invent 2018 (11/29)
At the Startup Central stage at re:Invent 2018, companies such as Buzzfeed, Reddit, and Affirm delivered presentations covering a variety of topics, including building out a blockchain infrastructure, securing microservices on AWS ECS, and building a serverless and compute infrastructure at scale. Watch them all here.
Watch: Startup Central Presentations from re:Invent 2018 (11/28)
On the second day of Startup Central at re:Invent 2018, companies such as Bebo, Robinhood, Bill.com, and Coinbase delivered presentations covering a variety of topics, including using Amazon SageMaker and AWS Elemental, creating a self-service data platform, and a primer on Crytocurrency.
Watch: Startup Central Presentations from re:Invent 2018 (11/27)
This year, the AWS Startups team put together a central place for all things startups at re:Invent. Located in the Aria expo hall and featuring a variety of activities, the space—dubbed Startup Central—was bustling from beginning to end. Watch the dozen+ talks that were given over the course of three days.
Three Key Tactics for Marketing to Developers
If you ask a developer what they think of marketing, it’s unlikely you’ll get a very positive response. Why? For the most part, they’re tired of marketers telling them how awesome a product is. They have a healthy skepticism, in that they just don’t believe the messaging. But what if your target market is developers? How do you attract them to—and keep them using—your platform?
Three VC’s Tips for Investing in DeepTech
So, what are the secrets to investing in DeepTech? While there are likely many, a tolerance of a longer time-horizon for returns and the ability to source deals from anywhere are things interested investors should keep in mind.
What Are Two Main Things That SaaS Startups Need to Think About? Algolia CEO & Co-Founder Nicolas Dessaigne explains
What are two main things that all SaaS companies need to be sure to think about? While there is likely a laundry list of such items, a culture of creativity and security should be top of mind, at least according to Adam Fitzgerald, Head of Worldwide Developer Marketing at AWS, and Nicolas Dessaigne, Co-Founder and CEO of Algolia.
How Emojer Leverages ML for Custom Emoji Creation
If you spend any time on Twitter, you’re bound to see various complaints of why certain people and objects aren’t represented in the official emoji register. This is just the problem that the team at Emojer, a recent graduate of the Y Combinator Summer 2018 batch, is looking to solve.
Startup Central Talks from the AWS Toronto Summit
Watch the startup talks from at the AWS Summit held on September 20rd, 2018 in Toronto. From best practices for building a data team to utilizing machine learning to analyze trillions of records, the talks covered a wide array of topics from the local community.