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    Hulu

    Hulu is an American subscription video-on-demand service owned by Hulu LLC, a joint venture with The Walt Disney Company, 21st Century Fox, Comcast, and Time Warner. Running its live TV service on AWS’s reliable and secure infrastructure allows Hulu to deliver a great viewer experience, even in times of rapid spikes in viewership and traffic. Watch the keynote at the AWS Summit 2017 in New York >>

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.


    PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3. Learn more. >>

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.


    MLBAM

    Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) wanted a new way to capture and analyze every play using data-collection and analysis tools. It needed a platform that could quickly ingest data from ballparks across North America, provide enough compute power for real-time analytics, produce results in seconds, and then be shut down during the off season. Amazon CloudFront delivers a scalable solution to serve up the APIs. Learn more. >>

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.


    Discovery

    Discovery Communications (Nasdaq: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK) is a leader in nonfiction media, reaching more than 1.8 billion cumulative subscribers in 218 countries and territories. Discovery is dedicated to satisfying curiosity through 155 worldwide television networks, led by Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Science and Investigation Discovery, as well as US joint venture networks OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, The Hub and 3net, the first 24-hour 3D network. Discovery also is a leading provider of educational products and services to schools and owns and operates a diversified portfolio of digital media services, including Revision3. Discovery uses Amazon CloudFront for static, dynamic and API delivery. Learn more. >>


    Spotify

    Spotify is an on-demand music streaming service which offers its users instant access to more than 16 million songs. The company uses Amazon CloudFront to deliver the Spotify application and software updates to users. Learn more. >>


    Blockbuster

     Blockbuster, owned by the Danish TDC Group, provides streaming movies and TV series to viewers in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway. It offers transactional video-on-demand services that allow consumers to pay a fee to access content. The service has hundreds of thousands of subscribers. The company uses Amazon CloudFront, a content delivery network that speeds up the distribution of web content and adds security with DDoS protection as standard. Using AWS Lambda, Blockbuster runs serverless compute processes across AWS Regions and Amazon CloudFront edge locations (using Lambda@Edge) without provisioning or managing servers. Learn more. >>


    Sony DADC

    Sony DADC New Media Solutions (NMS) distributes hundreds of thousands of hours of video content monthly, spins up data analytics, renders solutions in days instead of months, and saves millions of dollars in hardware refresh costs by going all in on AWS. The organization distributes and delivers content to film studios, television broadcasters, and other providers across the globe. The company uses Amazon CloudFront as its global content delivery network (CDN) service to accelerate content delivery to NMS customers. Learn more. >>


    NASA

    NASA, America's space agency, did the first-ever 4K live stream from space during the 2017 NAB show super session using Amazon CloudFront. Watch the recording. >>

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.

    AWS Case Study: PBS

    PBS, a private, non-profit corporation, provides content through television, the Web and mobile applications. PBS Interactive, the department responsible for PBS’ Internet and mobile presence, improved its video streaming performance by migrating to AWS to utilize the content delivery service Amazon CloudFront and increase its existing usage of Amazon S3.


    Hudl

    Hudl ingests and encodes more than 39 hours of video every minute, boosts video upload speeds by 20 percent, and improves data analysis using AWS. Hudl is a software company that provides a video and analytics platform for coaches and athletes to quickly review game footage to improve team play. The company runs its video platform and data-analysis solutions on the AWS Cloud, using Amazon ElastiCache for Redis to provide millions of coaches and sports analysts with near-real-time data feeds to help drive their teams to victory. Learn more. >>


    Spuul

    Spuul streams Indian movies and television shows to viewers over the web and generates revenue from paid subscriptions and advertising.The company needed a cost-effective infrastructure that could stream high-resolution video to users in several countries and scale based on the number of movies or TV shows streamed to users. The company chose Amazon CloudFront to deliver video content globally with low latency. Learn more. >>


    N&S

    Media group Northern & Shell is a great example of how traditional publishers have adapted to online models of content delivery. In addition to enjoying print versions of its popular magazines and newspapers—including OK!, Star, and the Daily Express—consumers can also access publications online via their tablets, smartphones, and other devices. More than 20 million adults across the U.K. read Northern & Shell publications each month. The company uses Amazon CloudFront as its content delivery network. Learn more. >>


    King

    King builds socially connected, cross-platform games that run equally well on the web and mobile devices, allowing their users to pick up the nearest convenient device and resume playing while maintaining their progression in the games. The goal is to let users connect and play anywhere, at any time, on any device. King uses Amazon CloudFront to serve game content to a world-wide audience. Learn more from Jeff Barr's blog. >>


    Rovio

    Finland-based Rovio Entertainment is the entertainment media company behind such games as Angry Birds, Bad Piggies, Angry Birds Star Wars I & II, and The Croods. Angry Birds became a sensation a few months after its release, and the games are now some of the most popular of all time with more than 1.7 billion downloads globally. The Toons channel—Rovio’s video streaming service—generates more than 100 million views each month and delivers high-quality family entertainment that can be accessed directly in the game. The company chose Amazon CloudFront for their global content delivery (CDN). Learn more. >>


    SuperCell

    The Finnish game company Supercell uses AWS to manage the growth of its wildly popular tablet and mobile games Hay Day and Clash of Clans. With more than 8.5 million daily players, Supercell uses Amazon CloudFront to deliver dynamic web content around the world, using edge locations for improved latency. Learn more. >>


    Bandai

    Bandai Namco Studios Inc. began as an independent offshoot of Bandai Namco Games Inc. in Japan. The company develops arcade games, platform-specific software, and social and mobile games. The organization is using Amazon CloudFront as its Content Delivery Network (CDN). Learn more. >>


    MovieStar Planet

    Based in Copenhagen, MovieStar Planet develops and runs interactive social networks aimed at tweens—young people between the ages of 8 and 15. It has 10 million monthly active users and more than 250 million registered users. MovieStar Planet is using Amazon CloudFront for secure, global distribution of content. Learn more. >>


    Instacart

    Instacart helps people cross grocery shopping off their to-do lists with just a few clicks. Customers use the Instacart website or app to fill their virtual shopping cart with items from their favorite, local stores and Instacart connects them with shoppers who hand pick the items and deliver them straight to their door. Founded in San Francisco in 2012, Instacart has quickly scaled to over 70 markets nationwide and partnered with retailers across the United States, including popular national chains (Whole Foods Market, Costco, Petco) as well as local, regional grocers (Publix, Wegmans). By combining a personal touch with cutting-edge technology, Instacart offers customers a simple solution to save time and eat fresh food from the most trusted grocery brands. Instacart is the only grocery service that can meet today’s on-demand lifestyle by delivering in as little as one hour. The startup uses Amazon CloudFront for its Content Delivery Network (CDN). “We love the way CloudFront seamlessly integrates with the rest of AWS and allows us to be very efficient in the ways we develop, deploy, and manage our infrastructure." Udi Nir, VP of Engineering, Instacart. Find out more about Instacart: careers.instacart.com


    TrueCar

    TrueCar is a digital automotive marketplace that provides comprehensive pricing transparency about what other people paid for their cars while enabling consumers to engage with TrueCar Certified Dealers who are committed to providing a superior purchase experience. TrueCar, based in Santa Monica, California, operates its own branded site, and its nationwide network of more than 14,000 certified dealers also powers car-buying programs for some of the largest U.S. membership and service organizations, including USAA, AARP, American Express, AAA, and Sam's Club. The company uses Amazon CloudFront for faster delivery of automobile images to users. Learn more. >>


    Vivino

    Vivino is the biggest wine community in the world. By simply scanning a wine label, users get information such as the price, where they can buy the wine, and how it is rated by other users. It is the most downloaded mobile wine app in the world, helping people across the United States, South America, Europe, and Asia easily find a wealth of information about wine. Users can buy wine via the site or the app through the firm’s partners. The startup uses Amazon CloudFront for faster user access. Learn more. >>


    Artfinder

    Artfinder is an online marketplace where artists can sell directly to customers, no matter what their taste. The startup based in the UK uses Amazon CloudFront to deliver bandwidth-heavy images from locations near its users. “Rolling out our service in the U.S. didn’t present us with any real technical challenges,” says David Tilleyshort, CTO. “Tools like Amazon CloudFront let us keep a good user experience, which wouldn’t be possible in a non-cloud world.” Learn more. >>


    Webmotors

    Brazilian website WebMotors hosts about 200,000 classified ads for new and used vehicles each month. The company uses Amazon CloudFront to transmit content while improving performance by 45%, saving $100,000, and enabling it to scale up to support more than 20 million unique visitors per month. Watch the video to learn more. >>


    TicketLeap

    TicketLeap is a lightweight online ticketing platform used by thousands of event organizers across the US and Canada. Through one unified system, organizers can sell tickets, track sales in real time and get people talking via social media about events before they happen. The company works with events in a wide range of industries, including haunted houses, community theaters, nightlife parties, and student activities events.  Learn more. >>


    Slack

    Slack provides a messaging platform that integrates with and unifies a wide range of communications services such as Twitter, Dropbox, Google Docs, Jira, GitHub, MailChimp, Trello, and Stripe. Major brand-name customers include Adobe, Samsung, Intuit, NASA, Dow Jones, eBay, and Expedia. Slack uses Amazon CloudFront for secure API acceleration. Watch the video to learn more. >>


    Nextdoor

    Nextdoor, a private social network for neighborhoods founded in San Francisco in 2010, allows its members to connect and communicate about the things that matter most in their communities. Content ranges from notices of annual block parties to babysitter recommendations to warnings about suspicious activity. The startup uses Amazon CloudFront for fast content delivery and for fast software builds deployements. Watch the keynote at the 2017 AWS Summit. >>


    Kik

    Kik Interactive's messaging service, Kik Messenger, is used by more than 275 million subscribers, mostly in the U.S. Kik also offers developer tools that allow organizations to optimize and distribute their web content to subscribers on its platform. Kik uses Amazon CloudFront to deliver a fast, responsive service experience for subscribers.Learn more. >>


    Oasis

    Oasis.com is an online dating service based in Sydney, Australia. The service has more than 9 million members worldwide in markets as diverse as Australia, Mexico, Spain and the United Kingdom. Oasis.com uses Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront to streamline the management of 57 million member images. Learn more. >>


    Datadome

    DataDome is a software as a service (SaaS) cybersecurity solution for web and mobile applications that analyzes and manages non-human traffic in real time. DataDome uses Lambda@Edge and Amazon CloudFront to make its bot-mitigation cybersecurity solution available in one click. Lambda@Edge is a serverless computing service, executing code with event triggers and automatically managing resources needed to execute the code. The DataDome dashboard provides companies with detailed analytics on bot traffic for websites and APIs, and provides one-click bot-by-bot blocking/unblocking to fine tune user and online-database security.

    Before using Lambda@Edge, DataDome customers had to set up a server-side module—along with a JS tag in the HTML code—to activate bot protection. Lambda@Edge allows customers to eliminate this step, simplifying the onboarding process. Users can now activate DataDome in fewer than two minutes with just one click, enabling them to protect their website, content, users, and API at “the edge.”

    DataDome deployed its solution across AWS edge locations globally, making sure customers around the world get optimal latency. “Thanks to Lambda@Edge and CloudFront, DataDome simplified the onboarding process for our customers, who can activate our bot protection in one click in their AWS console. We made our service available globally by deploying our solution across AWS edge locations. Integrating Lambda@Edge and CloudFront also allowed our company—based in France—to gain a global reach.” Benjamin Fabre, DataDome co-founder & CTO.


    Tozny

    Tozny—a security and privacy-software solutions company based in Portland, OR— engineered InnoVault, a toolkit that makes crypto easy for developers with the first end-to-end encrypted object store. In a few lines of code, developers can encrypt user data in a browser or mobile app, store it encrypted, and access it as a JSON object after decryption in the client. The company uses Lambda@Edge, the new Lambda feature triggered by Amazon CloudFront events that lets users easily run code across AWS locations globally and provides end users with the lowest latency response. InnoVault protects cryptographic code against rogue scripts, malicious replacement of JavaScript, and HTTPS downgrade. This is accomplished with a Lambda@Edge function that efficiently adds security headers such as Content Security Policy, Strict Transport Security, and XSS protection. “Lambda@Edge helps us achieve both scale and security for our cutting-edge browser-based cryptography product, which helps developers improve the security of their software from the ground up,” says Tozny CEO Isaac Potoczny-Jones.


    evitamins

    eVitamins is a health and beauty online retailer that ships thousands of orders daily to 85 countries worldwide. Carrying more than 25,000 items, eVitamins supplies over 600 different manufacturers. eVitamins benefits from the integration of Amazon CloudFront with the AWS WAF Security Automations solution for its website security. Learn more. >>


    Brightroll

    BrightRoll provides an independent, unified video advertising platform that delivers digital video advertising across the web, mobile devices, and connected TV. The BrightRoll technology platform powers video advertising for more than 80 of the top 100 US advertisers, including Kellogg and Wrigley. The company uses Amazon CloudFront to deliver more than 25 billion video inventory requests per month across the four screens. Learn more. >>


    Infospace

    InfoSpace, a subsidiary of Blucora, is a leading provider of metasearch and monetization solutions for customers and partners worldwide.The company blends top search results from Google, Yahoo! and other popular search engines to deliver relevant results for customers, such as Publishers Clearing House, Info.com and Iminent, as well as its own branded search sites, which include Dogpile, MetaCrawler, and WebCrawler. InfoSpace uses Amazon CloudFront as its content delivery network (CDN). Learn more. >>


    D2L

    Desire2Learn (D2L) is a software company that makes learning experiences better. The company’s cloud-based platform, Brightspace is used by learners in higher education, K-12, and the enterprise sector, including the Fortune 1000. D2L has operations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Brazil, and Singapore. D2L uses Amazon CloudFront as its global content delivery network (CDN) for all applications. Learn more. >>


    Code

    Code.org is a non-profit dedicated to computer programming education. The organization offers coding programs and tutorials on its website and advocates for computer science curriculum with federal and local organizations. Code.org uses Amazon CloudFront to deliver content from AWS edge locations to users, allowing for further reduction of load on front-end servers. Learn more. >>


    Intuit

    Intuit is a leading provider of financial management software for consumers, small businesses, and accounting professionals. The company is using Amazon CloudFront for its content delivery network (CDN). Watch the video to learn more. >>


    Mint

    Intuit Mint is a free personal financial management service used by more than six million consumers in the United States and Canada. The service connects a customer’s financial information—such as bank accounts, credit cards and bills—and presents the information in a single place. The organization employs Amazon CloudFront, a global content-delivery network (CDN) service designed to speed the delivery of websites and other web assets, to deliver its content. Learn more. >>


    ME Bank

    ME Bank is a fully-fledged retail bank headquartered in Melbourne. The company manages $20 billion in assets and has 800 employees who support 280,000 customers around Australia. Unlike traditional banks, ME Bank services its customers through digital channels, and via workplace and mobile bankers. The organization uses Amazon CloudFront, a global content-delivery network (CDN) service to deliver data for its advertising campaigns. Learn more. >>


    Allergan

    Allergan is a global pharmaceutical company focused on developing, manufacturing, and commercializing branded pharmaceuticals, devices, and biologic products for patients around the world. The company has migrated more than 400 marketing websites and applications from a traditional hosting provider to AWS. The Amazon CloudFront CDN service was a game-changer, allowing Allergan to migrate from the expensive Akamai CDN. Allergan uses Amazon CloudFront global content delivery network (CDN) to enable strong website performance. Learn more. >>


    Canon

    Canon’s Office Imaging Products division benefits from faster development times, lower costs, and global reach by using AWS to deliver cloud-based services such as Mobile Print. The Office Imaging Products division uses Amazon CloudFront global content delivery network (CDN) to enable better user experience. Watch the video. >>


    NASA JPL

    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is the premier NASA center for the robotic exploration of space. JPL has sent a robot to every planet in the solar system. NASA/JPL is also leading the way in the adoption of cloud computing across the federal government. Amazon CloudFront is also used to spread traffic to points of presence around the world, thereby reducing latency for international visitors and improving the overall scalability of their web hosting and live streaming. Watch the video. >>


    Mapbox

    Mapbox can collect 100 million miles of telemetry data every day using AWS. Mapbox provides an open-source mapping platform for custom designed maps that serve more than 250 million end users across 11 countries. The company uses Amazon CloudFront for fast content delivery. Watch the video. >>

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