We recently sat down with the Timehop and Nimbus CEO, Matt Raoul, as well as two talented team members, David Leviev, VP of Programmatic Product Development, and Mark Laczynski, Senior Cloud Architect to discuss the obstacles the company has faced using third-party ad serving platforms that led to the in-house creation of Nimbus. They shared their challenges and revealed how they leveraged AWS solutions to optimize the development of Nimbus within Timehop, and not only improved the quality of ad servicing to their users, but also increased overall ad revenue.
ICYMI: Meet the Inaugural Cohort of the Impact Accelerator, Come with Us to AWS Summit Atlanta, and More
Each month, the AWS Startups blog is packed with announcements, resources, stories, and videos. Let’s get caught up on anything that you might have missed in June.
AWS Expand Helps International Healthcare and Life Sciences Startups Develop Go-To-Market Strategies for the US Market
Amazon Web Services has partnered with MATTER, the premier healthcare technology incubator and innovation hub, to launch AWS Expand. The program supports startups entering the US market from Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) by providing expert guidance, mentorship, client connections, an extensive network within the healthcare industry, and more.
The Startup Guide to AWS Services series consists of seven short videos and blog posts featuring AWS solutions architects, with related links and training videos. Each presentation highlights the advantages to working in a cloud environment, with brief examples that pair services to use cases.
We need startups with innovative mindsets to step forward with solutions that will enable the world to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), startups that put sustainability at the heart of their technology, which is precisely what Basecamp Research, BioSimulytics Limited, and Sellalong Ltd. have done. Learn more about the 2022 AWS Software Startup Awards medalists in the Sustainability Champion category.
Data needs to live somewhere. Whether for ETL solutions, data cataloging, or advanced analytics, data needs to be stored safely and accessibly. In the seventh installment of The Startup Guide to AWS Services free video series, AWS Startup Solutions Architect Zoish Pithawala discusses how to form an ecosystem where data is mobile, agile, and secure.
Today, we’re recapping our time at AWS Summit Atlanta, and if you weren’t able to attend, we have a some behind-the-scenes look at what you missed. We heard from experts in AI/ML, Analytics, Business Intelligence, IoT, Databases, and more who connected and networked with industry peers to help them take advantage of the latest AWS solutions. See an AWS Summit through our eyes, and then register to attend the next event near you.
This installment of The Startup Guide to AWS Services video series, covers AWS compute models and the advantages of serverless architecture. While outlining the various operational models, Principal Startup Solutions Architect Igor Geyfman identifies which tasks AWS manages and which are up to the startup.
In April, we announced a 3-year, $30 million commitment to the AWS Impact Accelerator, a series of programs is designed to help high-potential, pre-seed startups led by underrepresented founders succeed. We also launched the first of these programs, the AWS Impact Accelerator for Black Founders, and today we’re excited to announce the startups that will make up this inaugural cohort. Meet the startups, and learn more about this exciting opportunity.
When time and resources are often stretched as far as they can go, and various branches of the infrastructure need to communicate, AWS can help startup founders and developers bridge the gap through Data insights to uncover customer needs. When paired with automation and machine learning, these services can put startups on a growth superhighway.