One of the goals of every fast-paced organization is to have a Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline that ensures every check-in is best verified before it can be pushed to production. HackerEarth wanted to achieve a CI model that has enough safety nets for every check-in that goes into each Pull Request (PR), as well as make the process scalable and cost effective. These safety nets in the pipeline provide constructive feedback for the PR, and the necessary steps are then taken to mitigate the gaps. For integration tests in this pipeline, HackerEarth used AWS CodeBuild along with Amazon S3 and Amazon ECR.
The AWS SaaS Factory team invited Founder and Chief Product Officer of Dremio, Tomer Shiran, to discuss Dremio’s journey to software-as-a-service and to share key learnings for businesses building SaaS and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings on AWS.
In this post, gaming startup Mistplay will explain why and how they migrated from Firebase and BigQuery to Amazon S3 and Amazon Athena, and how this improved their analytics capability, cost structure, and operations.
In part one of this blog post series, we will look at four best practices to help reduce AWS spend with quick wins, all achievable in under 2 hours each.
Druva was born in 2007 when Jaspreet Singh, Ramani Kothandaraman and Milind Borate came together with the thought of disrupting the data protection market. Data protection solutions had become cumbersome to deploy and manage. More often than not, you faced issues when you tried to restore data that was backed up months ago. They wanted to change that.
For hawk:AI, many of the fraud challenges the financial industry faces can be overcome with the power of AWS machine learning.
Ever wondered how growing startups use AWS to build, scale, and change the ways their customers live and work? Read on to learn how three London-based mobile app startups got their starts and what AWS tools and services they used to launch their MVPs.
Founded in 2016, intermix.io enables data engineers with the tools they need to be successful. This in turn enables the data scientists to actually be successful. But how does the startup do it?
The hospitality industry was once a hotbed of innovation. Back in the 1960’s, for example, the Holiday Inn developed and launched the Holidex, a first-of-its-kind centralized reservation system. In a time before the internet, this piece of technology helped set the then 15-year old company apart. But times have changed, according to Patrick Bosworth, CEO and Co-Founder of Duetto.
Anand Jain, co-founder at CleverTap, explains how his company processes—in real time—55 billion data events per month and sends out over 10 billion messages per month.