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Category: Database

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.

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Amazon DynamoDB on Production: FinBox’s Compilation of Lessons Learned in a Year

FinBox is a comprehensive digital lending platform with a focus on underwriting using alternative data. For one of FinBox’s products DeviceConnect, they provide a credit score based on enriched mobile device data for customers. At the time of writing this article, they were scoring close to a million customers per month and ingesting close to 80 GB of new data every day. DeviceConnect makes heavy use of Amazon DynamoDB. Here are the lessons they learned after using DynamoDB in the product for the last year.

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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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Maintaining Flexibility: Grupo Calipso Migration to AWS from On-prem

Based out of Buenos Aires, Grupo Calipso offers a system that was built to modernize the ERP process via flexible frameworks that companies of any size, or in any industry, can use. The problem was, their initial on-prem infrastructure solution was not as flexible or reliable as they needed. Read why the team chose to migrate to AWS (hint, it’s more than just flexibility).

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Stedi Simplifies the B2B Transaction Process Leveraging a Serverless-First Architecture

Stedi provides organizations with the ability to quickly connect and transact with trading partners without having to go through painful point-to-point implementations. Leveraging a serverless first architecture, the company provides a completely self-service ‘digital mailbox’ that organizations can use to exchange 300+ different commercial transaction types in standardized formats.

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MediSci’s Platform Leverages Amazon QLDB to Bridge the Gap Between Healthcare and Life Science Product Development

MediSci is looking to bring together the frontline healthcare and life science product development industries to enable better patient outcomes. Historically, the two industries did not communicate as no platforms existed to enable conversation. The MediSci team is on a mission to change that, leveraging Amazon QLDB in the process to offer a way to bridge that gap.

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