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Scaling on AWS Part II > 10K Users
Welcome to the second post in a series of primers designed to help you scale your startup on Amazon Web Services (AWS). In the first post…
Civis Analytics: Empowering the Data-Driven Startup with Amazon Redshift
AWS Startup Spotlight
Amazon DynamoDB Storage Backend for Titan: Distributed Graph Database
Titan is a distributed graph database that now supports DynamoDB.
How to Build Dynamic Dashboards Using AWS Lambda and Amazon DynamoDB Streams: Part II
In part one, AWS Lambda and DynamoDB Streams were in preview mode. Since their recent launch, some portions of the API have changed. This post reflects the latest updated coding conventions of each.
Always On, Always Fast, Always Reliable: Building Customer Trust at Tito
Tito is a web application for selling tickets online that focuses strongly on user experience for both event organizers and their attendees. The core of a great user experience is trust. For a web application, that starts with reliability. In this blog post, the CTO explains how they’ve built a zero-downtime infrastructure to maximize reliability and customer trust.
Architecture II: Distributed Data Stores
Why does AWS have so many data storage options? Which one is right for me? These are commonly asked customer questions. In this three-part blog series, I will attempt to provide some clarity. In the first part, I discussed the basics of high availability and how redundancy is a common way of achieving it. I also briefly mentioned that bringing redundancy to the data tier introduces new challenges. In this second part of the blog series, I discuss some of those challenges and common tradeoffs that you need to take into consideration while overcoming them.
Expanding Kloudless’s Global Reach by Bridging Regions with Amazon Route 53
As Kloudless has grown to support developers from around the world, a big challenge is to ensure that a developer located thousands of miles away is able to use the API without a drastic drop-off in performance. Here’s how they did it leveraging AWS services like Amazon Route 53.
Modern Data Integration with Mortar and Amazon Redshift
AWS Startup Spotlight
How to Use Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS to Reliably Back Up Workloads
Implementing a Distributed Solution for a Distributed Problem
Searching CloudTrail Logs Easily with Amazon CloudSearch
See how to set up a simple CloudTrail log analysis solution based on Amazon CloudSearch, a fully managed cloud-based search service.