AWS Startups Blog
Skopenow: People Search Made 8x Faster with AWS Lambda
Skopenow.com is a people search platform. Our software is used by industries such as insurance, HR, and the government, but it can also be used by the public for people, email, and phone searches.
How to Build Dynamic Dashboards Using AWS Lambda and Amazon DynamoDB Streams: Part II
In part one, AWS Lambda and DynamoDB Streams were in preview mode. Since their recent launch, some portions of the API have changed. This post reflects the latest updated coding conventions of each.
How to Run Services Using Docker and Amazon EC2 Container Service
Let’s see scheduling, state management, and resource allocations in action by actually running a service in ECS.
How to Build Dynamic Dashboards Using Lambda and DynamoDB Streams: Part 1
Today, using some new tools from Amazon Web Services, I’ll show you how to make boring, static dashboards reflect changes in real time.
Searching CloudTrail Logs Easily with Amazon CloudSearch
See how to set up a simple CloudTrail log analysis solution based on Amazon CloudSearch, a fully managed cloud-based search service.
Piling on the Nines with EC2 at Cotap
Cotap is a secure enterprise mobile messaging service built to help people communicate at work. CTO Zack Parker explains.
T2: The Low Cost Instance with Burstable Performance
As a startup you are likely cost conscious. You want to invest in technologies that help grow your business. Meet T2, Amazon EC2’s new instance.
How AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Amazon DynamoDB Simplifies Scaling
AWS Solution Architect explains how to build your startup’s sign up form on AWS Elastic Beanstalk for reliable scalability.
How to Use AWS Auto Scaling for Everything
Shane Meyers of SmugMug shares how to leverage AWS Auto Scaling for everything.