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Category: Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service
Canasta Rosa Uses AWS to Steer Unique Small Businesses to Success
In Latin America, small businesses and micro-entrepreneurs face significant economic barriers. To combat issues of limited technological knowledge, fears about the process of launching an online store, and uncertainty when it comes to choosing the right platform, Mexico-based Canasta Rosa (Spanish for Pink Basket) is guiding small businesses to success. Spearheaded by CEO Deborah Dana, the startup has a clear purpose: To empower micro and small entrepreneurs to build and scale their businesses.
Why Audioburst Migrated its Kubernetes-based System to AWS
Audioburst is on a mission to build the world’s largest talk audio repository, enabling anyone to easily search for and share content. Initially, the company launched on Azure, but has since fully migrated to AWS for managing its Kubernetes-based system. Since moving, Audioburst has been able to take advantage of multiple other services within the AWS ecosystem, such as Amazon Transcribe. Watch the above video to hear from CTO Gal Klein on what went into the decision to migrate and how it’s been since the move.
How Care Communication Platform Myo Moved to Amazon EKS
Myo passionately believes in the principle of automatization in every stage of the business development process. That’s why, in 2019, they decided to make the much-needed transition to Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) on AWS. Josip Medic, a software engineer at Myo, walks us through how they did it.
wefoxgroup’s Migration to AWS and Amazon EKS
When Esteve Alquézar Mora was hired on to wefoxgroup team in December 2018, he was the first full-time employee dedicated to managing the insurance startup’s infrastructure. The then 4-year-old company was running on Heroku, and Alquézar jumped in to understand how to best set up wefoxgroup to successfully scale. As the team grew, wefoxgroup decided to migrate to AWS. Here’s why.
How Komodo Health Enables Self-serve Analytics with a Multi-tenant Notebook Platform on EKS and EMR 6
Komodo Health, has been growing rapidly in our mission to reduce the global burden of disease by building software and data products based on a foundation of health data. Their Healthcare MapTM captures the experiences of more than 320 million Americans (de-identified) as they move through the healthcare system. As they grew, they needed to evolve our infrastructure to reduce costs, scale access, improve engineering productivity, and improve resource efficiency.
FloodMapp Leverages AWS for Real-Time Inundation Flood Mapping to Save Lives and Assets
FloodMapp is a world-first flood modelling solution, purpose-built for flood forecasting and early warning. Aimed at improving safety and preventing damage, FloodMapp provides highly accurate, real-time, property-specific, and dynamic flood inundation and depth insights for businesses exposed to flooding. It is 10,000 faster and 200 higher resolution than traditional models in an emergency response setting. Here’s how it works.
Reverie Labs: Scaling Drug Development with Containerized Machine Learning
Reverie Labs uses computation to drive the development of therapeutics for cancer. To do this, they’ve built substantial cloud-based infrastructure to train machine learning models, deploy models to production, and build and ship internal-facing applications for our chemistry teams.
Revamping the Cure.Fit Cloud: A Kubernetes Story
Individual teams at Cure.fit, a health and fitness app, tried solving poor resource utilization issues by manually clubbing compatible services. Instead of applying band-aid solutions they decided it was time to fix both problems permanently. Here’s how they did it.