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Category: Amazon EC2
Yewno Uses AWS and ML to Analyze Vast Amounts of Data
The mass digitization of information has made finding the right thing online difficult to say the least. This is precisely the problem Yewno was founded to solve. Leveraging sophisticated AI, built with AWS, the startup analyzes millions of information sources in real-time. Rather than simply hunting for keywords, the startup’s algorithms read text, understand context and meaning, and explain why things are connected.
Migrating web services from Amazon Lightsail to EC2
At Bugout.dev, the Palo Alto-based startup I founded last year, we build a search engine for programmers. As such, we run many experiments involving features that enrich results from our search indices before we display those results to our users. Most of these features require us to deploy backing web services.
IntelloLabs Cuts Down on Fresh Produce Wastage using AI and Computer Vision
$500 billon worth of food is wasted or lost every year, around the world. One billion extra people could be fed if food losses could be halved. We all know technology can do wonders, and its adoption in agriculture is pacing up – that’s where India-based Intello Labs comes in. Their VP of Sales walks us through how they used AWS to create a computer vision-driven solution to help eliminate food waste.
Airnguru: Using a Multi-region Approach with Amazon EC2 Spot to Reduce Processing Costs
The Airnguru Suite is a SaaS for airlines. They provide airlines with new generation pricing technology and pricing intelligence solutions and assist airlines in their internal processes related to pricing. In this article, Data Engineer Cesar Moltedo and CTO Daniel Pizarro, will discuss Airnguru’s product offering, how they leveraged Spot Instances to reduce costs, some of the challenges they faced using this technology, and how they solved them.
How Backbase Leveraged EC2 Hibernation to Reduce Compute Spending by 30%
Backbase is a leader in digital first, omni-channel banking platform and creator of the Backbase Digital-First Banking Platform, a state-of-the-art digital banking software solution that unifies data and functionality from traditional core systems and new fintech players into a seamless, digital customer experience. As they grew, they found that they needed a way to keep resourcing costs low. Here’s how they leveraged Amazon EC2 hibernation to do it.
Reimagining Data Protection with SaaS Startup Druva
Druva was born in 2007 when Jaspreet Singh, Ramani Kothandaraman and Milind Borate came together with the thought of disrupting the data protection market. Data protection solutions had become cumbersome to deploy and manage. More often than not, you faced issues when you tried to restore data that was backed up months ago. They wanted to change that.
How to Build your Mobile App with AWS
Ever wondered how growing startups use AWS to build, scale, and change the ways their customers live and work? Read on to learn how three London-based mobile app startups got their starts and what AWS tools and services they used to launch their MVPs.
Accelerating Startup Growth: How NVIDIA and AWS are Collaborating to Grow AI Startups
Guest contribution by Serge Lemonde, Global AI Startups Program Director at NVIDIA To help some of today’s hottest AI startups innovate and grow, they’re gaining access to advanced technology, training and support – all at no charge – thanks to a new collaboration between NVIDIA and AWS. Starting today, members of the companies’ startup programs— […]
How HackerOne Uses the Cloud to Fix Security Vulnerabilities at Scale
83,000. That’s how many security vulnerabilities HackerOne has fixed to date thanks to hacker-supplied reports to their platform. “The data speaks for itself,” says Reed Loden, HackerOne’s director of security. “The types of vulnerabilities, the complexity to the vulnerabilities, the cleverness to the vulnerabilities is stuff that you’re just not going find from paying just a variety of security consultancy firms… it all comes down to number of people.”
How Signal Media uses EC2 Spot and ECS
Every day, Signal ingests millions of documents from a growing number of publishers, including online media, print newspapers, broadcast, regulation and legislation.