As you begin building a company on AWS, you may be contacted from someone at AWS who’s interested in learning more about what you are building and how we can help. Let’s get acquainted with the different people on your AWS account team who you’ll work with in your journey building on AWS. This post will provide clarity on each person’s role on the team and how best to leverage them to achieve your business objectives.
We want to help you stay focused on your customers and building features for your products, so we’ve put together a list of the most common mistakes we see founders make on AWS, paired with advice on how to avoid them to save you time and money.
For startups, speed is critical — you’re trying to move as quickly as possible to build your product and find product-market fit. However, it’s important not to ignore your security posture. Here are some simple steps you can take that will allow you to move quickly while still safeguarding your data.
A common mistake we see founders make when starting on AWS is trying to implement their own solution when a managed service could be used instead. Before choosing your tech stack, consider the questions in this post to evaluate what’s best for your business.
Celeris Therapeutics (CelerisTx) is pioneering the adoption of AI on proximity-inducing compounds (PICs), focusing on Targeted Protein Degradation. To save developer time and gain quicker insights, Celeris turned to Amazon SageMaker.
Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO since 2005, has observed macro trends around the technology industry, giving him a unique perspective to distinguish substantive progress from mere fads. He recently published his views on what he sees in store in 2022 for cloud technology and the technology world in general. Let’s dive into five core anticipated developments and their potential impact on the world of startups.
AWS is bringing the best startup content of the event (plus the party!) to the newly reopened AWS Startup Loft on San Francisco’s Market Street. From November 29 to Dec 1, the Loft will be home to livestreams of keynote speeches from AWS leaders. But this is more than just a watch party. Read on to learn everything you’ll be able to enjoy at the free San Francisco event.
BlackBuck, India’s largest trucking platform, is a digital freight marketplace for shippers and truckers to conveniently discover each other, providing services such as FASTag (an electronic toll collection system), fuel cards, GPS devices, and insurance, among others, to efficiently manage their fleet. BlackBuck’s business and users have grown rapidly from a few thousand users on the platform to more than 1,000,000 users. With the goal of becoming the world’s largest technology-driven trucking platform, maintaining a data-driven approach, as well as strategic product improvements, put Blackbuck well on its way.