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Tag: Digital Content
Why Audioburst Migrated its Kubernetes-based System to AWS
Audioburst is on a mission to build the world’s largest talk audio repository, enabling anyone to easily search for and share content. Initially, the company launched on Azure, but has since fully migrated to AWS for managing its Kubernetes-based system. Since moving, Audioburst has been able to take advantage of multiple other services within the AWS ecosystem, such as Amazon Transcribe. Watch the above video to hear from CTO Gal Klein on what went into the decision to migrate and how it’s been since the move.
Inmagine Group Migrates to AWS to Support Growth and Enhance Operational Efficiency
INMAGINE is a global creative ecosystem powered by design, technological innovation, and entrepreneurship specializing in creative content and services. The group has been in the market for over 20 years with a strong presence across the United States, Europe and Asia. In this migration case study, we will cover how 123rf.com, the flagship website of Inmagine Group, was migrated over to AWS.
PromoMii: Video Ads Powered by AWS Machine Learning
Creating a movie trailer takes time and most broadcasters and streaming platforms don’t have enough resources to do it. PromoMii, a UK startup, solves this problem with a unique blend of domain expertise and machine learning. Here’s how they do it.
Armory Brings Open Source Project Spinnaker to Enterprise Scale
Armory is commercializing the distribution of Spinnaker, an open source continuous delivery platform that large companies use to safely and quickly ship software. CEO DROdio visited the San Francisco AWS Loft to tell us more.
Nomalab Merges Broadcast & Cloud Technologies to Simplify Digital Content Logistics
Jean Gaillard, Co-founder & CEO of Nomalab, chats with AWS about how the French startup is simplifying digital content logistics, the wide range of customers it serves, and how his experiences working in media production provided inspiration.
Leave Boring Presentations Behind with Powtoon
“Death by PowerPoint, yeah? A phenomenon known to all of us,” jokes Sven Hoffmann, Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder of Powtoon, a cloud-based service that allows users to create their own professional-looking videos. But what other option do you have, if you want to present information in a visual way? According to Hoffmann, video is the way to go. Specifically, animated video. “[It’s] better to grab people’s attention and get your point across than a long, boring presentation.”
hyScore.io Aggregates, Analyzes and Automates Contextual Analysis using its Content Intelligence Platform
Imagine you’re a car manufacturer who wants to advertise on a news site, but you don’t want your advertisement to run alongside a story about the diesel emissions scandal. Or you sell something in an online shop and need to comb through the reviews, social media feeds and comments to figure out what users want in the next product upgrade or what they think of your customer service. Building a tool that could aggregate and analyze all the keywords, phrases and tonalities—whether the sentiment is positive or negative—would take a couple of years, a specialized development team, and at least half a million dollars. Enter hyScore.io, a customizable API that combines natural language processing and machine learning to create solutions for native advertising, contextual targeting, URL/text inventory searches and any number of other uses.
How WIREWAX Built And Scaled A Media Services Offering With Amazon Web Services
As an interactive video company, WIREWAX processes thousands of videos every single day. Each video uploaded to our platform goes through our computer vision algorithms to automatically detect faces and objects, languages, generate subtitles and much more.
Bitmovin’s Gerald Zankl on the Challenges of Streaming Video
Gerald Zankl, Business and Sales Director at Bitmovin, talks about how his startup helps other companies and where it fit into the marketplace, as well as the challenges of streaming video.
How Auris Leveraged AWS SageMaker to Help Marketers with Machine Learning
When we started GenY Labs a couple of years ago, infrastructure was one of the biggest challenges for us. It wasn’t easy to find machine learning-tuned hardware.