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Building an AI-Based Network Infrastructure Analytics Platform with AWS

Voyance is a fundamentally new approach to infrastructure management using AI/ML technology and big data analytics – all enabled by AWS and its scalable cloud-computing framework.  With it enterprises are able to gain quantifiable insight into the operation of their networks and the impact on end user experience and productivity – something that, until now, was never possible.

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Gremlin: Chaos Engineering and Providing Failure as a Service

Gremlin CEO and Co-Founder Kolton Andrus wants you to think of his company as a flu shot. “We basically inject a little of harm [into your system] in order to find weak spots and build an immunity,” he says. “We proactively break things… to help make them stronger.” While Andrus notes that the idea of preparing for disaster isn’t new—”we were doing hardware failure testing in the 60s and 70s and people were writing papers about this in the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s”—what they have noticed is that migrating to the Cloud has introduced new challenges.

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Couchbase’s Wayne Carter on Why Every Enterprise Should Be Looking to Leverage Database Technologies

Couchbase is NoSQL database and data management software maker best known for creating the world’s first “Engagement Database.” Known as the Couchbase Data Platform, the distributed, multi-cloud, and mobile NoSQL document database is based on a memory-first, async everywhere architecture. AWS Startups recently interviewed Wayne Carter, Couchbase’s Vice President of Mobile, about the company’s mission, methods, and most successful ideas. 

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