AWS Startups Blog
Market Kurly’s Next-Morning Delivery of Fresh Groceries is a Huge Hit in Korea
Based in Seoul, Market Kurly offers a grocery delivery service that promises not only next day, but a next morning drop off.
Toast Co-Founder on Scalability, the Boston Food Scene, and Where Toast Is Headed Next
Boston-based Toast is a cloud-technology platform that was “purpose-built for the restaurant industry,” says Aman Narang, President and Co-founder of Toast. We recently sat down with Narang to chat about restaurant industry trends, why they picked Boston to headquarter in, what challenges they’re facing, and what’s on the roadmap ahead.
Optimizing Workplace Occupancy Logistics with Jooxter
French startup Jooxter uses intelligent sensors to collect occupancy data in workplaces, making office occupancy logistics more efficient. Co-founder and CEO, Fabien Girerd, sat down to tell us more.
Peyk Leadership on Revolutionizing Instant Delivery
As the fastest delivery service in the UK, courier startup Peyk wants to give new meaning to instant gratification. Peyk Founder and CEO Salman Moghini chats about what problems Peyk hopes to solve and what’s on the horizon in 2019.
How the Cloud is Revolutionizing the Heavy Civil Construction Industry
In 2010, Finnish entrepreneur Teemu Kivimäki left academia to commercialize his research on the automation of construction, digital workflows, and automated control of heavy construction machinery to better serve the construction industry. Thus, Infrakit was born.
Delivery Hero on How Data Helps the Delivery Industry
Kateryna Khotkevych, Software Engineer at food delivery service Delivery Hero, talks to us about how data helps the delivery industry, how the company uses machine learning, and how AWS helps them grow their business.
How Transfix is Building the Future of Trucking with AWS + SageMaker
Transfix is hauling the trucking industry into the 21st century. They’ve built a digital freight marketplace that matches and connects shippers with carriers based on a number of key variables like location, success rate and pricing. Critical to that success is Amazon SageMaker.
How Flexport Uses Tracking Data to Guide Shipments Through Weather Disruptions
When most people think about global trade, they usually imagine planes, trains, automobiles, and ships. What they fail to picture are the companies that orchestrate how all those services to work together—companies like the full-service air and ocean freight forwarder Flexport.
Deliveroo Leverages AWS to Quickly Ship New Products
From PR to production, the Deliveroo Application Platform needs to get developers’ code into running containers as quickly and safely as possible. Check out the above talk from re:Invent 2018 to hear from Ben Cordero, Senior Software Engineer at Deliveroo, about his team’s process for safely shipping software with support for automatic rollbacks, service scaling and configuration management.
How Casper Delivers from New York to the North Pole
For shoppers who buy a mattress from Casper, all they have to do is hit the “place order” button and a few days later, a mattress shows up on their doorstep. Easy. But for Site Reliability Engineer John Spencer and the rest of his extended team, getting a mattress from order to delivery is a far more complicated process.