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Category: Customer Solutions

How Liberty Mutual uses AWS Transfer Family to manage financial data

Liberty Mutual is the sixth largest property and casualty insurer in the world based on 2019 gross written premium. We rank 77th on the Fortune 100 list of largest corporations in the US based on 2019 revenue, and as of December 31, 2019 we had $43.2 billion in annual consolidated revenue. As a part of […]

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Preserving and archiving television history with an eye toward the future

How Team Coco used AWS and Iron Mountain to durably store, transcode, view, clip, and publish highlights from Late Night with Conan O’Brien’s 2725-episode library to millions of Conan’s fans. There’s an old English poem that says you capture some good luck as you embark on a profound new endeavor as long as you bring: […]

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Deluxe enables same day global theatrical delivery using AWS Snowcone

Deluxe Entertainment Services Inc. (Deluxe) is a world-leading video creation and distribution company offering global, end-to-end services and technology for the media and entertainment market. The largest content creators, broadcasters, OTTs, and distributors around the globe rely on Deluxe’s scale, technology, and capabilities to enable the worldwide market for premium content. Deluxe’s latest innovation for […]

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A look inside how global multimedia agency Reuters uses Amazon Web Services

My name is Romeo Radanyi and I am a Solutions Architect at Thomson Reuters, where I help teams understand and adopt cloud technologies. I’m involved in setting enterprise-level standards, pushing forward our Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning plans, and building many Reuters News Agency systems. I have also created and delivered a course at A […]

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Bristol Myers Squibb increases performance and cost savings using AWS Storage Gateway

As covered in my previous post on the AWS Storage Blog, Bristol Myers Squibb relies on many AWS storage services to manage its petabyte scale data in various life science workflows. Genomics and clinical data is growing at an exponential pace, and it is important to have reliable, scalable, and secure services handling our data. […]

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How Zalando built its data lake on Amazon S3

Founded in 2008, Zalando is Europe’s leading online platform for fashion and lifestyle with over 32 million active customers. I am a lead data engineer at Zalando and a steady contributor to the company’s cloud journey. In this blog post, I cover how Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) became a cornerstone of the data […]

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Digital transformation at Discover using AWS Storage solutions

One of the biggest challenges any organization can face is how to tackle the notion of digital transformation. Even defining what that means for them and their employees can be a daunting task. For many organizations, that transformation includes a journey to the cloud and starting to examine other new (or new-ish) technologies. One lesson […]

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Novetta delivers IoT and Machine Learning to the edge for disaster response

During disaster response, maintaining high safety standards is paramount. Knowing the location of personnel, vehicles, and equipment is critical to maximizing the effectiveness of first responders and supporting safety efforts. Tracking the location of these resources across a complex response, with participation from multiple organizations, can be challenging. Responding organizations often lack interoperability with local, […]

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ShootProof boosts photo upload speeds with Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration

ShootProof provides easy online tools that help photographers share their work, sell their work, and grow their businesses. While we’re based in Atlanta, we’re proud to be available ‘wherever you are’ for our photographer customers. Every month, we serve tens of thousands of photographers, and today our clients can be found in 38 countries. ShootProof […]

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Teespring controls its legacy data using Amazon S3

Do you know exactly what’s in all of your Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets? Do all of your objects have the correct set of object tags applied? Have you set up lifecycle rules to ensure your current and future objects are managed automatically for you? If you answered “yes” to all of the […]

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