Tag: AWS Activate
If you’re an entrepreneur with a great idea or a burgeoning startup looking for support, we invite you to immerse yourself in this innovative space and its thriving community at 525 Market Street. The SF AWS Startup Loft is open to all startups building on-cloud and is a free benefit for existing AWS Activate customers.
Slack recently launched a new Digital Toolkit that brought together 11 must-have tools for your startup. As part of this campaign, AWS Activate – a free program specifically designed for startups and early stage entrepreneurs – teamed up with Slack to provide you with resources and expert support to go to market faster, and lower your startup costs
This year, over 100 million global founders will embark on their journey to establish their startup with big, innovative ideas to solve our most pressing challenges. Through our global startup program AWS Activate, all startups can leverage the same technology that successful companies of all sizes are enjoying to build, grow and scale their business.
.lumen is a Romanian startup working on adding a wearable device to the too-small list of mobility solutions for visually-impaired people. The company’s goal is to pack all the benefits of a guide dog into a headset, making getting around far easier for the millions of blind people who don’t have access to a trained canine.
We’re excited to announce the launch of Build on AWS, a new offering from AWS Activate designed to help startups build their infrastructure on AWS in minutes.
Didimo, which means “twin” in Greek, has built a platform for creating realistic 3D digital versions of people, based on simple photos or scans. That capability has potential applications in a host of industries, from AR/VR and video games to retail, fashion, and communications—really anywhere people want to have authentic, engaging, immersive experiences.
AWS has launched a new program for startups in the e-commerce, fintech, logistics, and artificial intelligence (AI) sectors in collaboration with the Ministry of SMEs and Startups (MSS) and the Korea Institute of Startup and Entrepreneurship Development (KISED). Called Jungle, this program aims to nurture a total of 30 startups who are developing innovative technologies to help them grow into the next-generation of Korean unicorns (privately held startup companies valued at over USD $1 billion).
Rajat Bhargava of JumpCloud analyzes three different options for executing a set of distributed jobs across an AWS infrastructure: scripts and cron, open source tools, and finally one commercial option.