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High-Growth Innovation Powered by Technology
Most startups want to achieve the title of ‘high-growth’. It’s a moniker that defines their stratospheric growth within their sector. That labels them as a disruptor and change maker. And that paints them as innovative and interesting—as the kind of company that investors pay attention to and customers want to adopt. Which is exactly what Signal AI, Synthesia and TrueLayer—all winners in the Rocketship category of the AWS Software Startups Awards—have done.
A Startup’s Guide to AWS Services Series 6: Choosing an Architecture
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.
Securing Digital Interactions Within the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain With Spherity
Spherity is a German software provider bringing secure and decentralized identity management solutions to enterprises, machines, products, data and even algorithms.
Improving Team Velocity with Software Engineering Analytics using AWS Redshift
Hubble, a Construction Tech company based in Singapore, grew its team size from eight in 2019 to 35 in 2021. As it continues to grow, challenges around productivity bottlenecks became more apparent. To support their employee’s well-being, they used analytics from an AWS Data Warehousing solution, via Amazon Redshift.
Video: Dremio Is Transforming How Companies Analyze Their Data on AWS
Dremio, a SQL lakehouse platform, is a service that enables companies to query the data stored in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to get fast results and power live dashboards directly on their lake.
Customer Focus Turned 1Password into a $2 Billion Business with AWS
Back in 2005, Roustem Karimov and Dave Teare were web consultants helping others build e-commerce sites when they started a side project to help keep track of all the different passwords needed for work. At the time, Roustem recalls thinking the opportunity would be a temporary diversion. But it became clear shortly after they finished building the product and put a purchase form up that Roustem and Dave wouldn’t be returning to their day jobs any time soon. Read on to learn how the choice to double down on their idea lead 1Password to a $2 billion valuation.