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June in San Francisco: Lunch & Learns, Workshops at the AWS Startup Loft
This month we’re hosting six in-person events for startups looking to optimize their product for better PMF and understand how to build to MVP. There’s no need to be a current AWS customer, any startup can attend!
Seven Experiences from AWS Summit San Francisco That Will Give You FOMO
Thousands of attendees and dozens of vendors gathered at AWS Summit San Francisco, part of a series of free, global, in-person events dedicated to spreading skills and knowledge around AWS’s cloud offerings. Here are seven of those attendee experiences that are guaranteed to give you enough FOMO to immediately register for an AWS Summit near you!
How Datacoral Uses AWS to Automate Data Pipelines and Create Fast, Easy Insights From Any Source
Learn how the winner of the 2020 AWS Startup Architecture Challenge, Datacoral, is leveraging AWS to change the data game.
Synthesis AI’s Generative AI Platform is Set to Fuel the Next Wave of Computer Vision Innovation
San Francisco-based Synthesis AI has developed technology that generates vast quantities of photorealistic images and pixel-perfect labels to optimize computer vision training. “The world is exploding with cameras,” says Synthesis AI CEO Yashar Behzadi. “As we look at the new world of autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, and virtual reality, we’ve been fundamentally limited by traditional approaches.”
Building a Scalable Architecture: Insights from Track Revenue
Eric Yip, Co-founder and CTO of adtech startup Track Revenue, recently joined us at the AWS Loft in San Francisco to share the mistakes and lessons learned along their journey to a scalable architecture.
Intermix.io Helps You Monitor Your Data Flows on AWS
Founded in 2016, intermix.io enables data engineers with the tools they need to be successful. This in turn enables the data scientists to actually be successful. But how does the startup do it?
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 WalkMe Solves Data Sequencing Challenges
Yotam Spenser, Head of Data Engineering at WalkMe, discusses the nature of the WalkMe Insights product offering, some of the challenges that arose as they developed this technology, and how they came to a solution.
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.
How Arkose Labs Built a Toolkit to Fight Fraud
Founded in 2013, Arkose Labs offers an array of tools to help enterprises protect themselves against fraudulent activity.