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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.
How Innovaccer is Helping Healthcare Organizations Activate Their Healthcare Data
Innovaccer leveraged EC2 servers for hosting its web applications and databases given the Big Data-based primary operations. The movement to AWS was seamless as we deployed it for the first time in our organization, giving our developers greater control, more reliability, better availability, and enhanced performance.
How Renovo Uses Amazon OpenSearch to Manage Logs
AWS has enabled auto tech startup Renovo to keep up with logs generated by vehicles and support systems in a manner that does not require it to over-provision processing and focus on the problem space: operating a vehicle or fleet of vehicles. Director of Data Services Khalid Azam explains how.
How ALICE uses AWS Glue to Solve Complex Data Migration Challenges
ALICE, a platform for hotel staff to deliver exceptional hospitality to their guests, acquired a large competitor, GoConcierge with a global customer base of over 1k hotels. ALICE needed to migrate GoConcierge’s customers so they could benefit from the new platform. Here’s how they used AWS Glue to do it.
How Sisense and Periscope Data Are Helping Data Builders Grow in New Directions
Answering questions with data is no longer just the responsibility of a small team of data professionals. It’s become a shared responsibility between multiple departments. As a result of the data revolution, every job has become a data job, every team a data team, and every company a data company.
Lessons Learned in Scaling Strava’s Infrastructure
Engineering Manager of Infrastructure, Jacob Stultz, and Senior Platform Engineer, Jeff Pollard, of Strava, share how they rely on a robust ephemeral cache in Redis to more quickly and effectively service the majority of their reads.
Is ‘Black Box’ Tech Enough To Protect Your Digital Transformation?
The information flight recorders, or airplane “black boxes,” provide is invaluable, but retrospective analysis can only do so much for you. It can give you answers to important questions, but it doesn’t have the power to prevent a negative event. But what if those black boxes could analyze the data they collected in real time, predict future events, and deploy an intervention before an accident happened?
Completely All Connected Together: Talking with Fuze Leaders Aaron Evans, Doug Jones, and Khoder Shamy
Boston-based communication tech startup Fuze is bridging the gap between players in global enterprises, but it’s not crossing a babbling brook. It’s traversing a stormy stretch of open ocean. Fuze leaders sat down to tell us more.
Henning Lange Wants Customers to Leave the Infrastructure Complexities to Giant Swarm
Henning Lange, founder and CEO of Giant Swarm, has heard the murmurs about there being too much software out there. He agrees—kind of. It’s not that there are too many software platforms available, it’s that there is too much bad software available. That’s why he and his Cologne-based company are committed to providing their customers […]
Couchbase’s Wayne Carter on Why Every Enterprise Should Be Looking to Leverage Database Technologies
Couchbase is NoSQL database and data management software maker best known for creating the world’s first “Engagement Database.” Known as the Couchbase Data Platform, the distributed, multi-cloud, and mobile NoSQL document database is based on a memory-first, async everywhere architecture. AWS Startups recently interviewed Wayne Carter, Couchbase’s Vice President of Mobile, about the company’s mission, methods, and most successful ideas.