We saw the larger companies (Google, Facebook, Twitter) invest heavily in custom-built feature flagging infrastructure to roll features out to whom they want, when they want. Smaller companies were building and maintaining their own feature flagging infrastructure or doing without. That’s where we saw an opportunity to start up LaunchDarkly. We’re going to share how we started, issues we ran into, and how AWS helped us scale.
In part III of the architecture series by an AWS solutions architect, you’ll learn how to choose the right data store for your workloads.
In this post, Christopher Crosbie of MPH shows you how hurdles present a major opportunity for startups to leverage the functionality of AWS to directly address the mobile health segment of the healthcare industry.
We had an exciting launch at AWS re:Invent 2015, and we are continuing to evolve our platform. In this post, we share our backstory, discuss how we’re reimagining the way films are made, and explain how we’ve leveraged AWS to bring our project management tools to life.
In the first part of this two-part series, I show how these two industry trends have created major demand for mobile health (mHealth) applications, which soon will become a key component of our healthcare environment.
We discuss how scalable cloud services enable you to quickly iterate on your MVP to discover your formula for success, and then scale up for mainstream adoption as you continue adding features.
Here at untapt, we’re using machine learning to reinvent the hiring process for software engineers. We’ve built a digital hiring platform that matches developers with hiring managers and puts them directly in touch with each other. Initially focused on FinTech, untapt will soon expand to cover technology hiring across broad industry verticals. I want to share a bit about our history, how we came to be, what we’re planning next, and how AWS helped make it happen.
As we move forward in the new year, we want to recap some of the most popular posts of 2015. We hope you’ll find the posts useful in…
In this blog post, I provide tips for hiring an experienced cloud engineer who can help you run your startup or small business efficiently…
This post is part 3 of a blog series that shows you how to iteratively evolve a basic AWS architecture into one that supports millions of…