AWS Startups Blog
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Engineering Engagement: Mesh CEO Saurabh Nangia on Leveraging Data Analysis to Foster Personalized Employee Experiences
Employee experience is fundamental to a business’s success, which is why startup Mesh has developed an intelligent social network for companies that makes it easy for employees to manage goals, share feedback, and conduct check-ins.
OpenVPN on Protecting Gig Employees & Remote Workers with a VPN
At OpenVPN, which provides secure and scalable communication services, we wanted to launch a virtual private network (VPN) using AWS to provide our remote workforce with security and privacy wherever they are. Here’s how we did it and how it would fit for a use case for a small business.
Reimagining Data Protection with SaaS Startup Druva
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.
1Ticket Leadership on Scalability, Automation, and Enabling the Flip Economy
We recently sat down with ticket brokerage platform 1ticket.com CEO Jason Knieriem and CTO Shakir James to learn more about the early challenges they faced as the business grew, how they’ve scaled, and what’s next.
Glofox Is Building the Operating System for the New Fitness Industry
In a space that was previously dominated by gym giants like 24-hour Fitness, group-based classes that create a sense of community and give its participants a lifestyle to identify with have quickly taken over the mainstream, a trend that Dublin-based Glofox is capitalizing on.
Open Solution Helps Companies Get Set Up on AWS to Fully Utilize Their Data
Open Solution, a Beijing-based cloud services startup, is on a mission to help both new and established companies integrate with the cloud to make better sense of their data.
Democratizing Software Delivery Pipelines
There is no question that the amount of choice in platforms and building blocks for software engineers is exploding. Traditionally, what was handled by separate teams with purpose-built hardware has now shifted to code (and infrastructure as code). This represents a fundamental shift in software architecture and responsibility that software engineering teams have to maintain.
Osprey Informatics CTO & Co-founder Lukasz Skalka on Innovating Within the Oil & Gas Industry, Managing a Startup in Canada, and the One Thing He Can’t Do Without
Oil and Gas companies are trending toward automation and intelligent, interconnected systems to improve their businesses. One startup at the forefront of this movement is Osprey Informatics, which develops and provides cloud-based intelligent visual monitoring solutions for the oil and gas industry.
WebEye Helps Chinese Entrepreneurs Bring Their Startups to the United States
Founded in 2015, WebEye specializes in helping these Chinese companies, most of which leverage a mobile-first strategy, tackle their main problems faced, including effective user acquisition, monetization, advertising, and cloud services.
Pillar on Optimizing Blockchain Data Processing with AWS
Pillar Project changed the base of their architecture entirely to facilitate a vision: an ability to ingest ever increasing amounts of data from various blockchain networks with high durability, low latency, fault-tolerance, transferability and ultimately store this data in a useful, unrestricted way. Here’s how they did it.