Data infrastructure relies on a variety of data analytics tools and machine-learning capabilities, so DayTwo turned to several of the AWS ecosystem services. Specifically, they are utilizing AWS Lake Formation and AWS Deep Learning Containers in order to analyze large outputs. They’re also relying on Amazon SageMaker to manage all of their machine-learning and AI capabilities.
Startups move at a very fast pace, and details like security, elasticity, and availability can end up neglected due to wanting to release a product or service as quickly as possible. By utilizing AWS, Citus Health was able to leverage built in tools and services to secure their environment and ensure that their services remain available and resilient.
Startups at any stage face regulatory challenges when expanding to new markets or trying to comply with data residency regulations in their home market, putting them at a disadvantage compared to established enterprises. Follow along as we explore alternatives where a startup could run workloads in multiple infrastructures in a hybrid approach to comply with local data residency requirements, while utilizing the AWS regions for global scalability.
In this blog post, Indonesian logistics startup Shipper shares their technology transformation journey and how they’ve grown and supported a couple hundred orders per day back in 2017 up to hundreds of thousands orders per day in recent years with the help of Amazon Web Services (AWS) managed services such as Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS).
Real estate software startup Qbiq system delivers an artificial intelligence (AI)-driven space planning design engine that generates large volumes of customized floor plans, compares alternatives, and optimizes the results. They relied heavily on AWS Lambda image containers to achieve scale. Here’s how they did it.
The AWS team went to Toronto, Canada to speak at Collision, North America’s fastest-growing technology conference. Here’s what you missed from day three.
The AWS team went to Toronto, Canada to speak at Collision, North America’s fastest-growing technology conference. Here’s what you missed from day two.
The AWS team went to Toronto, Canada to speak at Collision, North America’s fastest-growing technology conference. Here’s what you missed from day one.
Containers are a critical part of SuperAwesome’s infrastructure. They allowed SuperAwesome to grow very rapidly without losing focus of our goals. Sometimes, some really simple changes can save you money, a simpler infrastructure, a better developer experience, and reduce maintenance.
As the cloud becomes more pervasive and more complex, an increasing number of companies are looking to make the shift from systems they’ve historically run to more modern services. That change can be tough, however, for a variety of reasons. They need to be able to have their migration appear seamless from a customer’s perspective, while also ensuring its new infrastructure is secure once the migration is complete. This space is precisely where Alcide operates.