AWS Startups Blog

Category: Startup

A Startup’s Guide to AWS Services Series 3: Speeding Toward an MVP

Running a business is hard work, with a lot of moving parts. Startup founders have had to build, deploy, secure, scale, manage, and monitor their software products all while controlling operational costs. This installment of The Startup Guide to AWS Services video series matches services to situations to streamline the development process to develop and deploy an MVP fast.

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Learn How to Grow Your Startup with Machine Learning on Twitch

While Machine Learning can get quite complex, you don’t need a team of expensive Data Scientists and ML Engineers to gain real value from it. Check out our upcoming Twitch series for hands-on training with our AWS ML experts, and work through a variety of typical startup use cases from generating personalized customer recommendations to improving marketing efficiency.

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Day One Recommendations to Secure Your Account and Workload with AWS Startup Security Baseline

Security is always the top priority for AWS, but let’s face it – it’s not always the top priority for a founder just trying to get your idea for a new company off the ground. That’s why we’re pleased to announce the launch of the AWS Startup Security Baseline (AWS SSB), a new guide that describes the set of controls we recommend all startups implement as a foundation during their initial stages of development and operation.

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Seven Experiences from AWS Summit San Francisco That Will Give You FOMO

Thousands of attendees and dozens of vendors gathered at AWS Summit San Francisco, part of a series of free, global, in-person events dedicated to spreading skills and knowledge around AWS’s cloud offerings. Here are seven of those attendee experiences that are guaranteed to give you enough FOMO to immediately register for an AWS Summit near you!

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A Startup’s Guide to AWS Services Series 1: Making Security the Cornerstone

The security of our customers is the top priority for AWS, and especially true for startups in their initial stages of operation.  As an AWS customer, you get the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment available today and benefit from the AWS data centers and network that are architected to protect your information, identities, applications, and devices.

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