Learn more details about how TransferWise, OakNorth, Funding Circle and Monzo all leverage the benefits of the AWS cloud.
Take a look at the startup talks from at the AWS Summit held on August 23rd, 2018 in Anaheim, California. From using ML to detect fraud at scale to the mechanics of live-streaming a massive esports event, the talks were wide-ranging and drew quite the crowd.
On Thursday, AWS Startup Central will be hitting SoCal for the first time at the AWS Summit – Anaheim!
Alex Hirst and Lizzie Penny, Co-Founders at The Hoxby Collective, share why they decided to start their own company and how the cloud made it possible.
Ten of New York’s hottest startups shared their technical wisdom at the Startup Central booth at the 2018 AWS New York Summit. Featured startups included Zocdoc, Bustle, Redox, and more. Watch below to see their talks.
Picture this: You oversee a fleet of servers that supports one of the world’s most massive online retail companies, and a special promotion everyone thought would bump sales by 21% is actually giving closer to a 120% boost—all in the first minute. That’s exactly where Brian Herman, Director of Datacenter Compute Capacity at Amazon Web Services, was standing in 2015, moments after the first Prime Day launched.
Join us at Startup Central’s theater for a series of engaging talks from other startup companies’ CEOs, CTOs, and lead engineers. These talks will include information on various projects they’re working on, products/services they’ve used, and how they’ve leveraged AWS to ultimately find success. Featured startups include Zocdoc, Bustle, Redox, and more.
Notes from Founders is the first of a series of eBooks comprised of 25 original founder interviews split across five issues.
To get a better understanding of the service and how it came to be, we sat down with one of the product managers of SageMaker, Kumar Venkateswar. He told us about what the team set out to build, the problems they were looking to fix, and what startups are currently using the service.
The Australian startup scene is a burgeoning market that’s ripe for expansion. Just in the state of New South Wales—home to Sydney, Australia’s largest city—high-growth small and medium-sized business created over one new million jobs between 2008 and 2014, despite comprising only 6 percent of the state’s businesses.