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Tag: Internet

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. Our industry-leading computer vision applications have been trained and vastly improved through years of digital video asset analysis thanks in part to the flexibility and scalability of AWS.

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Datree CTO and Co-Founder Shimon Tolts on the Risks on Not Having Full Views of Code Components

Datree connects with GitHub to provide automatic policy compliance tests and insights for every code commit. It provides managers a central place to set policies across the organization, and to have a full view of all code components, contributors, and repositories. CTO and Co-Founder Shimon Tolts talks about the risks of losing control, serving their customers, and more.

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How Dollar Shave Club Keeps Their Grooming Products Affordable Using CircleCI and AWS

At face value, Dollar Shave Club looks like a fairly simple service. Users come to the site and are able to search through various grooming products, such as shower gels, toothpastes, or, of course, razors. The simplicity and ease of navigation is no mistake, however, with the DSC engineering team focusing heavily on creating a seamless user experience that showcases the company’s affordable products.

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How HackerOne Uses the Cloud to Fix Security Vulnerabilities at Scale

83,000. That’s how many security vulnerabilities HackerOne has fixed to date thanks to hacker-supplied reports to their platform. “The data speaks for itself,” says Reed Loden, HackerOne’s director of security. “The types of vulnerabilities, the complexity to the vulnerabilities, the cleverness to the vulnerabilities is stuff that you’re just not going find from paying just a variety of security consultancy firms…  it all comes down to number of people.”

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