Aha! is a leading roadmap software provider, helping more than 400,000 users build products and counting north of 5,000 companies as customers. Founded in 2013 with an entirely distributed team, the company puts customer needs at the heart of its business model. Read how the company was able to drive results by migration to Amazon Athena from BigQuery.
Founded in 2015, Emedgene has built an AI-based platform to automatically surface insights from genomics data. Previously, this data would need to be analyzed by genomics experts, of which there are only a few thousand around the world. Emedgene applies machine learning algorithms to generate these insights on the fly, essentially teaching computers how to be genetic researchers.
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.
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.
Founded in 2019, ActZero is an ML-based cybersecurity company that equips small to medium-sized businesses to detect and manage breaches. The Seattle-based startup is now aggressively scaling after completing a full migration to AWS.
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).