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    9Splay Case Study

    Using AWS, 9Splay has boosted the availability of the services behind its mobile apps by up to 60 percent while saving 95 percent on the cost of firewall services. 9Splay distributes and markets app-based games across Asia. To enable player logins in countries such as South Korea, the business uses Amazon EC2 instances and maintains a strong defense against denial-of-service attacks through a combination of Amazon Route 53, Amazon CloudFront, and AWS WAF services. 

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    Abema TV Case Study

    AbemaTV is an Internet media-services company based in Japan that operates one of Japan’s leading streaming platforms, FRESH! by AbemaTV. The company built its microservices platform on Amazon EC2 Container Service. By using Amazon ECS, AbemaTV has been able to quickly deploy its new platform at scale with minimal engineering effort.  

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    abof Case Study

    Running its infrastructure in AWS has enabled abof to achieve 99.999 percent availability and an average page loading time of 1.5 seconds, while obtaining the agility needed to thrive in the competitive online fashion industry in India. abof is Indian conglomerate Aditya Birla Group’s initial venture into e-commerce; the business provides apparel, footwear, and accessories for men and women. The business is using Amazon EC2 to run IBM WebSphere Commerce Suite and an IBM DB2 database, Amazon S3 to store website images and video, Amazon RDS to run a MySQL database supporting an in-house developed logistics system, and Amazon CloudFront to deliver content to users across India and internationally. 

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    AirAsia Case Study

    AirAsia is Asia's leading low-cost airline with it's regional headquarters based in Malaysia. AirAsia flies to over 120 destinations across Asia, Australia and the Middle East with an estimated 60 million pax flown annually. AirAsia utilises services such as Amazon CloudWatch, AWS Lambda and AWS X-ray which offers detailed performance insights and boosts operational efficiency. Since moving its website and booking platform to AWS, they have been able to better cope with customer demands; auto-scaling to receive almost 10 million to 40 million requests per day on normal and peak seasons respectively.

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    Alameda County Case Study

    Alameda County, California avoided $20,000 in application-development costs and gained the scalability to serve thousands of concurrent users by migrating its election-map viewer application—formerly hosted on premises—to AWS.  Alameda County is the seventh-most populous county in California, with 14 incorporated cities and more than 1.5 million people.  The county uses AWS Lambda serverless compute and Amazon S3 storage to create maps of election results that are provided to users through the Amazon CloudFront content delivery network.

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    Allergan Case Study

    Allergan easily supports 10 percent annual business growth and launches new websites and online campaigns in one day instead of several weeks using AWS. Allergan is a global pharmaceutical firm that creates and markets brands to consumers throughout the world. The organization runs more than 400 product websites and marketing applications on AWS. The top 10 percent of Allergan’s AWS-hosted websites—by visitor volume—are built in Sitecore CMS.

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    Alpha Apps Case Study

    Alpha Apps uses AWS to develop services faster, helping it keep ahead of the competition and deliver cost-effective services to its clients. The firm is a leading mobile app developer based in Abu Dhabi, specializing in original Arabic content and education apps. With help from cloud solutions provider Falcon 9, the company built a microservices architecture using technologies such as Amazon Cognito and AWS Step Functions in AWS Lambda to give developers more time to innovate. 

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    Amplframe Case Study

    Founded in 2016, Amplframe is a photography community platform in Taiwan where avid photographers can list and explore various lenses. The website features photos uploaded by users—categorized by different types of lenses. Using AWS enables Amplframe to support an increase in website traffi­c, with 18,000 visits over a period of seven months.

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    Applica Case Study

    By using AWS, Applica can meet its client service-level agreements for millisecond response times. The company’s artificial intelligence technology automates the moderation of user comments on customers’ websites. Applica runs its infrastructure on AWS, benefiting from the dynamic, cost-effective scalability it gets by using Auto Scaling and Amazon EC2.

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    Apposphere Case Study

    Using AWS and bitfusion.io from the AWS Marketplace, Apposphere can scale 50 to 60 percent month-over-month while keeping customer satisfaction high. Based in Austin,Texas, Apposphere provides a  mobile app that delivers real-time leads from social media channels. AWS supports Apposphere’s complete technology stack, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud instances, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, mobile services that support the company’s mobile app, as well as deep-learning solutions.

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    AWS Case Study: AEG

    Worldwide entertainment facility provider AEG needed an intranet site for users both inside and outside the corporate network. Huddle Group, an Argentina-based systems integrator and member of the AWS Partner Network (APN), partnered with AEG to create a secure Amazon VPC and a SharePoint intranet site. The site provides 99% availability to AEG’s new VPC for 10,000 worldwide users.

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    AWS Case Study: Arterys

    Arterys offers a medical imaging solution that enables radiologists and cardiologists to improve the process of diagnosing and staging cardiovascular disease in patients. The company is using AWS to render, analyze, and store multi-dimensional models of MRI scans each producing 5 to 10 GB of data. By using AWS, the company can render multi-dimensional models of the heart across all device types in 10 minutes or less instead of the 90-minute industry standard, and scale the platform to handle its growing storage needs.

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    AWS Case Study: B!Cash

    Brazilian company B!cash migrated its online money transfer platform from a traditional data center to AWS after experiencing scalability issues on Black Friday 2012. The company uses AWS to process payments between buyers and sellers on a PCI-compliant platform, scaling to support more than 40,000 merchants and 7 million active users.

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    AWS Case Study: Casa & Video

    Casa & Video is one of Brazil's largest providers of electronics and home products, its infrastructure must be versatile enough to handle large traffic spikes during the holiday shopping season, while also supporting an immense inventory and supply chain. Today, Casa & Video's ecommerce platform incorporates Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, Amazon S3, Amazon EC2 Elastic IP Addresses, and Amazon CloudWatch to optimize performance. 

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    AWS Case Study: Classle

    Classle's social learning platform serves as a collaborative learning resource for students; especially for the resource and opportunity constrained learners. The company's infrastructure is built entirely on AWS. This infrastructure includes almost all services of AWS including the pairing of Amazon S3 as an origin server and Amazon CloudFront as an edge server. This combination has helped Classle to improve its Web content delivery speed by 180 percent.

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    AWS Case Study: CMP.LY

    CMP.LY offers a social media monitoring, measurement, insight, and compliance solution called CommandPost, which runs entirely on the AWS cloud. CMP.LY uses AWS Lambda to process and record inbound traffic from a range of social media platforms within milliseconds of arrival. By using AWS Lambda, CMP.LY has reduced its server maintenance needs and improved CommandPost’s performance.

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    AWS Case Study: Coinbase

    Coinbase is the world's most popular bitcoin wallet, facilitating bitcoin transactions in 190 countries. The organization runs its global bitcoin exchanges, wallets, and an analytical insight pipeline on AWS. Using AWS, Coinbase has grown to support 3 million global bitcoin users and processes and can analyze 1 TB of data each day for better insight into its business.

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    AWS Case Study: Concrete Software

    Concrete Software has been designing and publishing games for mobile platforms, including iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Microsoft Windows, since 2003. By using Amazon Cognito, the company can easily manage end-user identities, synchronize game data across platforms and devices, and rapidly deploy new games across smartphones and tablets helping them deliver a consistent user-experience.

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    AWS Case Study: Crittercism

    Crittercism is a mobile application performance management solution that helps developers monitor the performance of their mobile apps across iOS, Windows, Android, and HTML5 platforms. The company uses AWS to run its performance management solution and monitor more than one billion mobile apps. Using tools like Chef and Docker with AWS allows the company's three-person engineering team to automate processes and deploy multiple code updates per day instead of managing hardware.

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    AWS Case Study: CrowdChat

    CrowdChat takes conversations on the Internet and social media networks and then unifies them for users according to topic hashtags. The company turned to AWS to run its web application as well as its big data workloads. By using AWS, CrowdChat created an infrastructure that can store more than 250 million documents and easily handle demand so users can quickly find topics of interest.

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    AWS Case Study: Daily Voice

    Daily Voice provides online news coverage specific to communities throughout Connecticut and New York. The company runs its website infrastructure on AWS including its web servers, content delivery, and email services. By using AWS, Daily Voice has been able to scale its website to support a 40% increase in web traffic and send around 200,000 emails per day to its users.

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    AWS Case Study: Dash

    Dash Labs has created a smart driving app to make the road safer, cleaner, and more affordable by giving drivers the ability to monitor the performance and fuel efficiency of their vehicles. The company runs its application entirely on AWS, storing and analyzing billions of events. By using AWS for the real-time processing of events, Dash can provide its users with up-to-the-minute driving details and save on administrative costs.

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    AWS Case Study: DoApp

    DoApp provides more than 460 web and mobile applications for news organizations in 150 markets across the United States, with support for the iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, and mobile web platforms. The company uses Amazon Web Services to publish, update, and serve content to apps, particularly news apps that can be customized for individual organizations. By using AWS, the company’s 12 employees—including just three backend developers—have been able to provide content with uninterrupted availability for nearly five years while continually innovating and winning new clients across the globe.

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    AWS Case Study: EasyTaxi

    EasyTaxi’s mobile platform enables customers to find and hire taxis fast in more than 30 countries around the world. The company turned to AWS to host its mobile application and store taxi drivers’ documents. By using AWS, the company can support more than 300,000 requests per minute to its API and conduct text searches on billions of indexed documents.

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    AWS Case Study: ESuperfund

    ESUPERFUND is one of the largest self-managed retirement funds service provider in Australia. To prepare and scale for a period of rapid expansion, the company migrated its website infrastructure and client database to the AWS Cloud. The ESUPERFUND site now performs three times faster than before and the company has reduced operating costs by 40%.

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    AWS Case Study: EyeEm

    Berlin start-up, EyeEm, provider of a popular photography platform for sharing smartphone pictures, turned to AWS for help managing unexpected growth and traffic spikes. By running on AWS, EyeEm can scale to handle traffic spikes 30 to 50 times higher than normal and manage a tenfold increase in usage.

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    AWS Case Study: Fashiolista

    Fashiolista, a fashion-based social network based in the Netherlands, outgrew its colocation facility after attracting more than a million members in two years. To sustain growth, the company established a flexible solution using AWS that has supported a 150% increase in web traffic, allowed Fashiolista to provide 99.99% availability, and reduced hardware investments by 60%.

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    AWS Case Study: Fiksu

    Fiksu is a mobile advertising optimization platform that helps companies precisely target key audiences. The company has been doubling in size each year, creating scalability issues. Fiksu turned to AWS to solve the problem, using a full range of AWS services to dramatically scale its production infrastructure to process tens of billions of requests while cutting development time and costs.

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    AWS Case Study: Flipboard

    Flipboard is one of the world’s first social magazines; the company’s mission is to fundamentally improve how people discover, view, and share content across their social networks. Using AWS, Flipboard was able to go from concept to delivered product in just 6 months with only a handful of engineers.


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    AWS Case Study: Flitsmeister

    Flitsmeister is a mobile app that provides Dutch drivers with continuously updated information, from their peers and from GPS signals, on traffic conditions in the Netherlands. The company moved its service to AWS, which allowed it to double refresh rates during busy periods to provide better and timelier information to users.

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    AWS Case Study: Freshdesk

    Freshdesk, a California-based startup provides companies with cloud-based customer support platforms to deliver great customer service. The company uses AWS to host, deploy and operate its customer support platform to support more than 28,000 customers. By using Amazon EC2 Reserved Instances the company saved more than 75% on infrastructure costs.

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    AWS Case Study: Instructure

    Instructure offers an online learning management system called Canvas that is used by more than 1,200 colleges, universities, and school districts around the world. Instructure runs testing and production workloads for Canvas on AWS. The scalability of AWS enables the company to handle large spikes in traffic caused by more than 200,000 concurrent users while protecting the confidentiality of its customers’ data.

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    AWS Case Study: Lafarge

    Lafarge is the world leader in building materials that neeed high peformance for its active corporate website and 22 country websites. Using AWS gives Lafarge the elasticity to instantaneously add or remove instances in order to manage website load during peak periods.

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    AWS Case Study: LIFEPLAT

    LIFEPLAT is a social-network website that connects people through common interests. The company uses AWS to deliver high-speed images to website users while providing reliable and unlimited file storage. 

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    AWS Case Study: Movinary

    Customers use the video development service movinary to create, share, and store text-enhanced videos from photos. Using AWS enabled movinary to start small and scale fast, going from a local environment to production in one month.

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    AWS Case Study: Myriad Group

    Myriad Group is a French-Swiss software company that develops white-labeled cellphone software as well as Versy, a social networking application it markets directly to Latin American consumers. The company consolidated 16 different legacy IT systems into one on AWS. By using AWS, it was able to launch a new version of Versy with just 12 people—instead of the 120 it would have required in the past—while growing its customer user base nearly five-fold in one year.

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    AWS Case Study: Nanowrimo

    The California-based arts nonprofit NaNoWriMo uses AWS to ensure always-on availability and low latency for its popular website. By using AWS, the company can scale to 100x its normal traffic as hundreds of thousands of users hit the site on the first day of November, National Novel Writing Month.

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    AWS Case Study: National Democratic Institute (NDI)

    NDI works to support democratic institutions worldwide. The organization moved to AWS to bolster its website’s security and improve at an affordable cost. By moving to AWS, the company secured its data, improved availability, and reduced costs by 90%.

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    AWS Case Study: Nubank

    NuBank, a Brazilian financial services startup, offers its customers a no-fee, low-interest credit card service. The company is using AWS to host its mobile application and credit card processing platform. By using AWS, NuBank reduced its time to market and is now able to launch customer-facing features with ease.

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    AWS Case Study: Overseas Vote Foundation

    The Overseas Vote Foundation (OVF) is a US organization dedicated to helping US citizens overseas vote. When the OVF decided to expand its services to voters living in the US, the company launched the US Vote Foundation, which offers services including voter registration and absentee ballot requests. OVF turned to AWS to improve performance, handle a 20% increase in peak user demand, and reduce costs.

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    AWS Case Study: PaymentSpring

    PaymentSpring provides payment services for organizations such as nonprofits and small ecommerce companies. The startup had several platform requirements for its solution, including high availability and scalability, cost effectiveness, and features that would support compliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards. PaymentSpring turned to AWS, launching a service that quickly scaled to millions of dollars while offering its customers the reliability and security expected of a payment system.

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    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.

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    AWS Case Study: PlaceIQ

    PlaceIQ, a location-based intelligence company in New York City, provides location intelligence for mobile advertising. The company uses Amazon ElastiCache and AWS to improve its web service response time by 83%.

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    AWS Case Study: Pond

    Pond is an online platform designed to increase communication and collaboration between teachers and students within New Zealand’s education industry. The company built the Pond platform using AWS including its website, content management, user database, and data warehousing solutions. Since launch, the company has grown its platform to support more than half a million students and achieved near 100 percent uptime.

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    AWS Case Study: Precision Exams

    Precision Exams delivers online academic testing, with a focus on grades 9-12 across the United States. The Software-as-a-Service provider needed to scale to meet the demands of running up to 50,000 tests simultaneously and providing instant results with data coming from all 50 states. By moving to Amazon DynamoDB from a custom MySQL database, Precision Exams can dramatically scale its database to meet customer needs and is saving up to 30 percent on database operations.

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    AWS Case Study: Qlik

    Qlik is a worldwide leader in visual analytics and business intelligence, with a mission to help customers see the whole story that lives within their data. The company wanted to develop a SaaS-based delivery model on AWS for its Qlik Sense product, and worked with Slalom Consulting on the architecture and implementation. Using AWS and working with Slalom, Qlik was able to release a beta product to the public in 18 weeks, meeting an aggressive company goal.

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    AWS Case Study: Remind

    Remind is a web and mobile application that enables U.S. school teachers to send text messages to students and stay in touch with parents. Remind built its platform as a service on the Amazon EC2 Container Service (Amazon ECS) and runs its entire messaging application infrastructure on AWS. Using Amazon ECS has significantly improved application performance and freed Remind’s engineers to focus on developing and deploying applications.

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    AWS Case Study: Sanoma

    Sanoma Games designs casual online gaming and fantasy sports leagues as part of the Sanoma diversified media group. The business unit recently closed its local datacenter in order to build a scalable, service-based architecture that can facilitate expansion into additional markets and gaming categories. Cloud management specialist Nordcloud was appointed to create and manage the new environment, which now includes Amazon RDS, Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon ElastiCache, and Amazon CloudWatch.

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    AWS Case Study: Singapore Post

    Singapore Post started as the traditional mail carrier for Singapore and diversified to become a large e-commerce solutions provider through its SP eCommerce division. The company turned to AWS to build its e-commerce platform and website to support its customers operating in Asia. Using AWS, it has grown quickly to support more than 1,000 consumer brands and can effectively manage fluctuating demands during major retail seasons.

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    AWS Case Study: SmugMug on CloudSearch

    SmugMug is a photo sharing website that enables its customers to store, share, and sell photos online. By using Amazon CloudSearch, a service that makes it simple and cost-effective to set up, manage, and scale custom search solutions, SmugMug saves more than $300,000 in operations per year and enables its engineers to focus on building a great user experience for its millions of customers.

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    AWS Case Study: Speed3D

    Speed 3D is an innovative startup whose flagship mobile application, Insta3D, allows customers to turn portrait photos into detailed 3D avatars with customizable clothing and accessories. By moving to AWS, Speed 3D has halved its image-processing time while gaining the scalability required to engage with more than 1 million mobile users.

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    AWS Case Study: State of Arizona

    The State of Arizona is located in the Southwestern United States and is populated by over 6 million residents. The State has begun migrating parts of its IT infrastructure to AWS starting with its DNS solution due to aging infrastructure. As a result, the State of Arizona saves over 75% in annual operating costs for its DNS solution when compared to its previous on-premises solution.

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    AWS Case Study: Suunto

    Suunto is a Finland-based company that designs and manufactures precision instruments for sports enthusiasts. The company stepped into new era when they launched Movescount.com, a sports and fitness website that uses Amazon S3 to store fitness information.

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    AWS Case Study: The Global Crop Diversity Trust

    The Global Crop Diversity Trust works to ensure the conservation and availability of crop diversity throughout the world. The organization is running its core website, crop database, online reporting tool, and document management system on AWS. By using AWS, the Crop Trust has consolidated its disparate websites, scaled its main site to keep pace with traffic demands, boosted performance to provide web content faster to global customers, and can now provision new IT resources in minutes.

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    AWS Case Study: The League of Women Voters

    The League of Women Voters (LWV), a US-based nonpartisan political organization that provides voter education and advocacy, needed a hosting solution for its website that could scale up to meet heavy demand during federal elections. LWV uses AWS to provide continual availability, scaling from 3 server instances to 60 on Election Day.

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    AWS Case Study: Tigerspike

    Tigerspike offers website hosting and management services, UI and UX design, licensing and support services, and product development for personal media devices. The company migrated its websites, mobile applications, customer database and content delivery solution to AWS after closing its co-location facility located in Sydney, Australia. By moving to AWS, the company has reduced its operating expenses by 75 percent and achieved 99.95 percent uptime.

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    AWS Case Study: Totaljobs Group

    Totaljobs Group is one of the largest and fastest-growing online job board providers in the United Kingdom. Totaljobs Group estimates that its recent move to AWS will reduce hosting costs by $500,000 per year.

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    AWS Case Study: Trendsmap.com

    Stateless Systems uses AWS to create and host its website Trendsmap.com, whcih displays real-time mapping of word trends on Twitter. The company uses Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, Spot Instances, ELB, and Elastic IP addresses.

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    AWS Case Study: Trinity Mirror plc

    Trinity Mirror PLC, one of the UK’s largest newspaper publishers, needed a service provider with an agile, resilient infrastructure for its online assets. Since migrating to AWS, Trinity estimates that the homepage of the Mirror.co.uk website has experienced almost 100% availability.

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    AWS Case Study: US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

    The FDA receives 100,000 handwritten reports of adverse drug affects each year. Needing to reduce costs and streamline data entry, the agency turned to AWS. Now the FDA and APN Partner Captricity can turn manual reports into machine-readable information with 99.7% accuracy, reducing costs from $29 per page to $0.25 per page.

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    AWS Case Study: Vessel

    Vessel is a next generation video platform designed to give subscribers early access to their favorite video programs across any device. The company chose to build and run its highly anticipated video platform on AWS to avoid the need to purchase and manage datacenters. By using AWS, Vessel was able to rapidly scale to support traffic generated by more than 200 million fans on launch day and accelerate its ability to iterate quickly on its product in a fast-paced industry.

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    AWS Case Study: Vodafone Hutchison Australia

    Australian telecommunications provider, Vodafone, needed to expand its live streaming service to meet high demand during cricket season. By using AWS, Vodafone is able to scale and improve capacity to support 10,000 simultaneous live streams.

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    AWS Case Study: Wego

    Wego is a travel search engine that helps customers research and book travel online globally. To improve the overall performance and availability of its solution, the travel company migrated its website and SAP Business One application to AWS. Since migrating to AWS, Wego has been able to scale to support three times the number of users and increase the availability of its SAP application to nearly 100 percent.

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    AWS Case Study: Worldreader

    Worldreader, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing books to children in developing countries, teamed up with soccer team FC Barcelona to send 1 million e-books to boys and girls in Africa. The organization needed a world-class website to accept donations and handle spikes in traffic. Working with AWS and Transcend Computing, Worldreader had its site up and running in only three days without having to sacrifice valuable donations to invest in costly infrastructure.

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    AWS Case Study: Y-Cam Will Save 80% Over Three Years

    Y-cam Solutions is a provider of high quality, affordable, and easy-to-use indoor and outdoor security cameras for residential and small business use. As the company prepared to launch a new surveillance video storage service in 2011, it needed a flexible infrastructure that could be launched quickly across North America and Europe without requiring a large capital investment or revenue commitment. By using AWS, Y-cam was able to build its service five months instead of 15 months as originally estimated, and estimates reducing the cost of infrastructure by 80% over a three-year period.

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    AWS Case Study: Yo

    Yo is a popular social messaging mobile application built for iOS, Android, and Windows phones. The company migrated its mobile application backend to AWS to help improve the reliability of its application and reduce downtime. By using AWS, Yo can scale to support millions of users, send hundreds of thousands of notifications daily, and improve the overall user experience.

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    AWS Case Study: ZEDO

    Digital ad technology company ZEDO offers products and services that help publishers sell and deliver Internet ads. By migrating to AWS, ZEDO has improved ad delivery times by almost 50% and reduced its operating costs by 40%.

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    AWS Case Study: Zillow

    Zillow is the leading housing rental and real estate marketplace, used by tens of millions of home buyers, sellers, and renters. Zillow migrated its image-processing and delivery system to AWS to solve performance issues and gain scalability. As a result, the company improved user experience on its image-heavy websites, halved its content delivery network costs, and can now process more than 3 million images per day and serve up to 150,000 images per second.

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    AWS Case Sudy: Canva

    Canva is an innovative design company that provides online design tools to create flyers, blog posts, websites and other marketing materials. The company is using AWS to host its graphic design platform, process more than 22 million image requests a day, and scale its infrastructure to handle graphics created by millions of users. By using AWS, Canva’s IT infrastructure costs are more than 40% under its forecasted budget.

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    Banyan Tree Case Study

    Banyan Tree chose AWS to reduce latency and scalability of its websites, which receive two millions visitors annually, and reduced its time to market from one month to less than one week. Banyan Tree is a luxury hotel company that owns and manages luxury hotels around the globe. It uses Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Auto Scaling, and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).

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    Be Software Case Study

    Be Software cut costs 50 percent and more easily enters new geographic markets as a result of moving to AWS. Be Software provides simple, user-friendly SaaS applications for medical-case management and employment services. The company uses Amazon EC2 instances to host and run its customer-facing SaaS applications and takes advantage of Amazon EFS to optimize its processing and volume-storage needs.

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    Blinq Case Study

    Using AWS, startup company Blinq developed its portfolio and brought a new service to market in one month. It launched its self-named dating application in 2013 and followed this success with the howhot.io website, which uses an algorithm to judge the age and attractiveness of people from their photos. Amazon ECS, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon RDS form the building blocks of the firm’s infrastructure. 

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    Bustle Case Study

    Bustle uses AWS Lambda to process high volumes of data generated by their website in real time, allowing the team to make faster, data-driven decisions. Bustle.com is a news, entertainment, lifestyle, and fashion website catering to women.

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    Cambia Health Solutions Case Study

    Cambia Health Solutions uses AWS to enable startup healthcare companies to get to scale quickly while providing high levels of security for sensitive information and meeting compliance requirements. Cambia Health Solutions creates and invests in innovations designed to serve the changing needs of individuals and families, including a wide range of companies within its Direct Health Solutions Network. Within the portfolio of Direct Health Solutions companies, Wildflower uses AWS to deliver its pregnancy app to more than 50,000 women and HealthSparq delivers its healthcare price transparency app to more than 70 health plans covering 70 million members.

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    Careem Case Study

    Using AWS, Careem to scaled to support 10 times annual growth for three years in a row and is able to focus on building and operating its applications. Careem is a car-booking service and app that serves more than 40 cities and 11 countries in the broader Middle East. The company uses AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon S3, and Amazon EC2 to host its mobile app, as well as Amazon RDS for databases and Amazon DynamoDB to store locations of its drivers.

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    Centratech Systems Case Study

    Since moving to the AWS IoT environment, Centratech Systems has reduced training time for new customers from six hours to one, and has vastly expanded its customer base through an estimated 66 percent reduction in device costs. Centratech Systems is an Australian provider of wireless monitoring and control systems used by local governments to manage water, pumping, and electricity applications. The company relies on Amazon EC2 instances to host its software used with legacy hardware, and it has recently shifted to the AWS IoT platform to manage newer, lighter, and less costly smart devices in the field.

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    Chumbak India Case Study

    By using AWS, Chumbak focuses 100 percent of its IT resources on development, releasing new code for its web store every day. Chumbak sells its own designs for apparel, home décor, and consumer-life style goods via its web store and multiple stores across India. It ensures web store visitors can find and buy the products they want easily regardless of traffic numbers thanks to a back-end infrastructure running on Amazon EC2 instances with Auto Scaling, an Amazon S3 data repository, and Amazon Kinesis to capture and process web-store clickstreams in real time. 

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    Cleeng Case Study

    By using AWS, Cleeng has reached the dynamic scalability it needs to support some of the world’s largest pay-per-view events. The company’s online platform is used by clients around the world to sell live and on-demand video content. Cleeng uses Auto Scaling and Elastic Load Balancing with Amazon EC2 to respond quickly to capacity demands of up to 100,000 transactions an hour.

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    CleverTap Case Study

    As a three-man startup born in the AWS Cloud, CleverTap has gone from processing 50 million events per month to 55 billion in just 3.5 years, with a lean staffing model and a heavy reliance on automation. CleverTap is a mobile app analytics and user engagement platform, offering clients advanced segmentation and targeted marketing campaigns. The company has been able to scale rapidly using memory-intensive Amazon EC2 instances on its proprietary NoSQL database. It uses Elastic Load Balancing to distribute often spiky traffic and AWS CloudFormation to deploy an array of AWS resources such as Amazon CloudWatch, Amazon CloudFront, and Amazon S3 for storage.

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    Click Travel Case Study

    By using AWS, Click Travel supports an agile approach to operations and 40 percent year-over-year growth. The firm specializes in travel management services for businesses through travel.cloud, its self-service web application. In 2009, it used Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS to launch its online travel booking platform. Now embarking on the second generation of its application, Click Travel is building an event-driven microservices architecture, based on technologies such as AWS Lambda.  

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    ClicksMob Case Study

    Using AWS helps lean startup ClicksMob handle 400 percent growth a year while reducing expenditure by 40 percent. ClicksMob provides a platform that connects advertisers and publishers, optimizing app downloads for the former and increasing mobile traffic for the latter. Its entire infrastructure, including its mobile ad tech platform, runs on Amazon Web Services including Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon Kinesis. 

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    Codefresh Case Study

    Using AWS and HPE StormRunner, Codefresh reduces support cases by 40 percent and identifies performance degradation much earlier in the product lifecycle, allowing staff to focus on developing features, working with customers, and growing the business. Located in Mountain View, California, Codefresh is a container platform that accelerates the building, testing, and deploying of containers as applications on demand. Codefresh uses HPE StormRunner Load from AWS Marketplace as its load-testing solution.

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    Corte dei conti Case Study

    By using AWS, Corte dei conti is transforming the way its employees work, with flexible, secure access to applications from anywhere, on any device. The organization has judicial and administrative responsibility for the accounts and budgets of all public institutions in Italy. It’s delivering virtual desktops on its Citrix-based platform through AWS, using Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon EC2. 

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    Creative Market Case Study

    Creative Market moved mission-critical files onto the AWS Cloud, simplifying operations and maintenance and moving closer to its strategic goal of increasing file-size limits for user uploads. Creative Market is a platform on which independent creatives sell digital assets like graphics, templates, and fonts in their online shops. The company stores 1.3 TB of user-uploaded images on a solution that uses Amazon EFS and Amazon S3.

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    CyberAgent Case Study

    CyberAgent is an Internet media-services company based in Japan that operates one of Japan’s leading streaming platforms, called FRESH! The company built its microservices platform on Amazon EC2 Container Service. By using Amazon ECS, CyberAgent has been able to quickly deploy its new platform at scale with minimal engineering effort.  

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    DBS Bank Case Study

    DBS Bank is using AWS to transform its business, reach scale, and better serve its customers. DBS Bank is a multinational banking and financial-services corporation heaquarted in Marina Bay, Singapore. The company plans to move all of its public web assets—which support 50 percent of customer traffic and internet-banking workloads—to AWS in the coming years. The organization is also experimenting with AWS Lambda, machine learning, grid computing, and data-analytics workloads as part of its digitial-transformation journey.

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    Dr. Lal Pathlabs Case Study

    Dr. Lal PathLabs eliminates downtime for applications to book medical tests and obtain test results online by migrating to AWS. Dr. Lal PathLabs is a leading diagnostic company offering healthcare-related diagnostic tests in India. The company uses Amazon EC2 instances for applications and databases that support test scheduling and results collection, as well as Amazon S3 to store all medical-test results.  

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    Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency Case Study

    The UK Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is using an API-based approach to empower people and organizations to create innovative applications and services with valuable public data. DVLA maintains the registration and licensing of more than 47 million driver records in Great Britain, as well as the collection and enforcement of Vehicle Excise Duty in the United Kingdom. The organization uses Amazon API Gateway to host and manage data APIs with the ability to scale to billions of transactions per month, and AWS Lambda for efficient, cost-effective operational tasks such as report generation.

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    Dynatrace Case Study

    By using AWS, Dynatrace created a “NoOps” IT architecture in 80 days, gaining the agility to launch its software as a service. The firm provides digital performance management solutions to medium and large businesses. It works across multiple AWS Regions to serve its global customer base, and uses services including Auto Scaling, Amazon EC2, and Amazon RDS to increase automation and minimize management.  

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    Ebury Case Study

    By migrating to AWS, financial services firm Ebury has gained a flexible, scalable architecture to support rapid growth. The company provides currency services and business lending to small and medium-sized enterprises, allowing them to trade internationally. It runs its infrastructure on AWS, using services such as Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, and AWS Elastic Beanstalk.  

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    Edmunds.com - Macie Case Study

    Edmunds uses Amazon Macie to gain better visibility into data, and identify access violations more effectively. Edmunds is a leading network for car shopping and information, helping millions of shoppers every month find their perfect car. The company uses Amazon Macie to get visibility into data stored on Amazon S3 and to classify data usage.

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    Edmunds.com - Macie Case Study

    Edmunds uses Amazon Macie to gain better visibility into data, and identify access violations more effectively. Edmunds is a leading network for car shopping and information, helping millions of shoppers every month find their perfect car. The company uses Amazon Macie to get visibility into data stored on Amazon S3 and to classify data usage.

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    Ellucian Case Study

    Ellucian uses AWS for a global, scalable, highly secure and innovative platform to host its applications to better serve higher education customers in more than 20 countries around the world. Ellucian provides applications for higher-education institutions. Ellucian’s use of AWS, expansive application footprint, and large user base allow universities to scale up during peak registration times then scale down to saves costs and resources, delivering a better customer experience.

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    Europol Case Study

    Using AWS, Europol made its anti-ransomware website available in three days, supported 2.6 million visitors on the first day, and has supported 12 million visitors since the website’s launch. Europol, the European Union’s law-enforcement agency, assists European Union member states in their fight against international crime and terrorism. A joint effort between AWS, Intel Security, and AWS Marketplace seller Barracuda Networks helped deliver Europol’s website solution.

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    eVitamins Case Study

    Using AWS WAF, eVitamins automated its website security, reducing IT overhead, application-layer attacks, and incident-response time each by 90 percent. A health and beauty ecommerce retailer, eVitamins carries more than 25,000 products and ships to 85 countries worldwide. The company uses services that are part of the AWS WAF Security Automations solution, including Amazon CloudFront for content delivery, Amazon CloudWatch for tracking metrics and triggering alerts, and AWS Lambda for API automations.

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    FanDuel Case Study

    FanDuel has built an elastic infrastructure using AWS that can scale to meet the demands of hundreds of thousands of users in the run-up to major NFL games. The rapidly growing firm operates one of the world’s largest fantasy sports websites. It uses resources such as Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, and Amazon Aurora to run its entire infrastructure, along with AWS Support to ensure that services run smoothly.  

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    FantasyDraft Case Study

    FantasyDraft gains high availability and consistent performance for its website, increases its ability to scale to support traffic spikes and cut costs by 50 percent by using AWS. The company is a fantasy sports website that hosts daily contests for fans of all major sports. FantasyDraft supports its primary fantasy sports platform on AWS, hosts a dev and test environment on AWS, and uses a load-testing instance that can easily be spun up and down as needed.
     

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    Gannett Case Study

    Gannett can deploy new applications and software updates to its digital properties in minutes instead of weeks using AWS and an automated DevOps environment built with the help of AWS Advanced Technology Partner Chef. Gannett is a leading publisher that owns USA TODAY and nearly 260 news properties in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Guam. It uses an Amazon Virtual Private Network, Amazon EC2, and a range of other AWS services, plus Chef "cookbooks" for rapidly deploying digital assets. 

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    Gelato Case Study

    By moving to AWS, Gelato has gained the elasticity to handle seasonal traffic spikes while maintaining lean operations and containing costs. The firm, which serves more than 40 markets and millions of clients, provides a platform for consumers and businesses to access commercial-quality printing services. It runs its production platform and websites for its Gelato and Optimalprint brands in the cloud using Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2. 

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    Geodata Case Study

    Geodata stores millions of aerial map images, lowers storage costs by more than 70 percent, and scales to support future website growth using the AWS Cloud. The company provides mapping software and services to customers throughout Norway. Geodata runs the official Norwegian aerial image archive and distribution solution on AWS.

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    Georgia Technology Authority Case Study

    By using AWS, the Georgia Technology Authority has been able to scale from 55 to 72 websites, improve availability to 99.98 percent, and has saved the state of Georgia an estimated five million dollars over a five-year period. Georgia Technology Authority manages the main website for the state of Georgia and provides CMS support for other government websites. The organization decided to host its new Drupal CMS plus Acquia on AWS to take advantage of the flexibility, scalability, and application uptime of the cloud.  

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    Gett Case Study

    Gett scales to keep up with 300 percent annual growth, saves $800,000 yearly, and gains new business insights using AWS. The company provides an online taxi reservation service used by millions of people in Europe, Israel, and the US. Gett runs its website and mobile web application on AWS, relying on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances to optimize costs.

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    Globe Telecom Case Study

    Globe Telecom is a major provider of telecommunications services in the Philippines, operating one of the largest mobile, fixed line and broadband networks in the country with close to 60 million customers. Globe aims to provide superior customer experience in using AWS for its web portal, content registration platforms, online store and self-service apps, which have seen huge uptake in application performance. Globe uses services such as Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS and AWS Lambda for its daily business workloads and processes, and have enjoyed tremendous savings of close to USD 2 million since.

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    GoPro Containers Case Study

    GoPro containerized its microservices architecture for GoPro Plus using Amazon EC2 Container Service and Docker to increase server utilization, accelerate innovation, and improve scalability. GoPro Plus helps people share photos and videos of meaningful experiences with rugged, user-friendly cameras and related products and services. GoPro’s engineering team replaced a third-party process-management solution with Docker containers running on Amazon ECS, which simplified cluster management, ensured deployment consistency, and enabled the team to deliver features to customers faster.

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    Government of Ontario Case Study

    Using AWS, the Government of Ontario makes government information and services accessible to the 14 million people in Ontario, Canada's largest province. The Government of Ontario looks after healthcare, education, transportation, and the environment for the province. With the mandate to provide citizens with services clearly, quickly, and reliably, the Ontario Digital Services team turned to AWS to experiment with its website, Ontario.ca. By shifting the website to the AWS Cloud, the site stopped going down, the organization had a disaster-recovery solution and autoscaling capabilities, all without requiring an expensive infrastructure purchase.

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    Grab Case Study

    By using Amazon Redshift, Grab is able to use real time data computation and data streams to support 1.5 million bookings in Southeast Asia. Grab, a ride hailing transportation platform is available across six countries in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines. Grab is using Amazon ElastiCache and Amazon Redshift.

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    Graze Case Study

    Graze continually improves its customers’ experience by staying agile—including in its infrastructure. The company sells healthy snacks through its website and via U.K. retailers. It runs all its infrastructure on AWS, including its customer-facing websites and all its internal systems from the factory floor to business intelligence. 

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    Grupanya Case Study

    Using AWS, Grupanya can more easily handle double the traffic during busy periods. It’s one of the largest e-commerce platforms in Turkey, offering its customers group discounts on big brands. The company runs its websites and apps on AWS, using services including Amazon EC2 and Amazon DynamoDB.

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    GuavaPass Case Study

    By using AWS for its web-application workloads, GuavaPass has nearly doubled its revenue-generating user base with virtually 100 percent uptime on fewer than 10 employee hours per month. GuavaPass is an online social community of premium fitness studios and healthy-living experts in Asia, offering curated fitness classes on demand. The company uses Amazon RDS, Amazon ElastiCache, and AWS OpsWorks, and has seen website response times drop to 0.6 seconds from 1.4 seconds while supporting 80 percent more users.

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    Gujarat Technological University Case Study

    Using AWS, Gujarat Technological University (GTU) in India has eliminated outages and established a highly available infrastructure to support 30,000 concurrent website users. GTU provides business, engineering, pharmacy, and software development courses to about 500,000 students per year from about 500 locations across India. GTU uses Amazon EC2 for its website, applications, and services, while Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS provide storage, and Amazon Glacier is used for long-term archiving and backup.  

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    Haptik Case Study

    Haptik maintains a monthly user growth rate of more than 30 percent and save 80 percent in management time thanks to the scalability of its AWS Cloud infrastructure. Haptik is the company behind India’s Haptik personal-assistant app that features artificial intelligence. The software behind the app runs on Amazon EC2 instances with app and customer data stored in Amazon RDS for MySQL databases, and text-to-speech interactions managed through Amazon Polly.

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    Health Guru Case Study

    Health Guru is one of the leading providers of online health information videos. Faced with scalability and performance challenges, the company switched to AWS, resulting in a 92.5% improvement in web service performance.

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    Hightail Case Study

    Hightail moved multiple petabytes of customer data to AWS, enabling the company to improve performance by up to 17 times and cut the time to deploy to new regions from 24 weeks to 2 weeks. Hightail enables teams of marketers, creatives, external agencies, and freelancers to collaborate on visual content, accelerating creative review and approval cycles with intuitive and accessible tools. The company uses Amazon S3 as its storage solution, removing the need to manage infrastructure and allowing it to focus on developing innovative customer experiences.  

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    Hiiir Case Study

    Hiiir Inc. reduces IT management costs by 80 percent and achieves speed and agility by moving its core applications and services to AWS. Hiiir Inc. is a leading digital media company in Taiwan providing digital marketing consulting services, application development, and e-commerce services. The business is using Amazon EC2, Amazon Route 53, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon ElastiCache, and other services to run its e-commerce platform friDay and online-to-offline (O2O) service Alley App.

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    Hudl Case Study

    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.

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    IAC Publishing Case Study

    IAC Publishing competes more effectively, deploys code four to six times per day instead of every four to six weeks, and saves $15 million annually by moving more than 50 websites to AWS. The company manages and maintains popular websites such as The Daily Beast, Dotdash, and Dictionary.com. IAC Publishing moved more than 50 popular web properties —including five of the top 400 web properties on the Internet—as well as its entire software-development pipeline to AWS.

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    iCHEF Case Study

    iCHEF has reduced its IT management overhead by 13 percent using AWS, while also bringing down its overall IT costs to just 7 percent of the monthly fee it charges customers to use its point-of-sale (POS) service. iCHEF provides a POS service for restaurants across Southeast Asia, where employees use the app’s interface through Apple iPads. The company runs the backend infrastructure supporting the POS on the AWS Cloud, using Amazon EC2 instances for compute, Amazon RDS for transactional database services, and AWS Lambda to run daily data integrations for customers with multiple establishments.

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    Ideagen Case Study

    Ideagen can win contracts with large, global organizations by providing its Coruson software as a service via the AWS cloud. The company offers compliance, safety, risk, and information management software to customers in regulated industries. Its application runs on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud instances with Amazon Simple Queue Service, Amazon Relational Database Service, and Amazon DynamoDB, among others. 

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    iFit Case Study

    Using AWS, iFit gains the flexibility to meet peaks in site visitors while reducing IT management costs by up to 80 percent. iFit—which promotes healthy lifestyles through its app and wearable devices—is an online community, an e-commerce platform, and a chain of main-street stores. The company runs its website on Amazon EC2 instances with Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront ensuring fast access to site content, and Amazon RDS supporting site transactions.

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    Intuit Mint Case Study

    Intuit Mint uses AWS to automatically scale to support a 200 percent increase in website traffic, reduce operating costs by 25 percent, and boost website availability and developers’ speed and efficiency. Mint is a free online service that consumers can use to manage personal finances and track and pay bills in a single location. The company runs its Mint.com website on the AWS Cloud.

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    JKOS Case Study

    By using AWS, JKOS cut the IT costs of launching its business by 90 percent and reduced IT administration costs by 83 percent. JKOS has developed the JKOS app for multiple services including food delivery, taxi bookings and payments. The company supports its apps through the AWS Cloud using Amazon EC2 instances for compute, Amazon RDS for warehousing customer and vendor data, and Amazon S3 for storing images. 

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    Jour De La Terre Case Study

    By using AWS to host its website and essential software, Jour de la Terre has increased employee efficiency by 15 percent and cut IT infrastructure costs by 20 percent. The environmental nonprofit designs and implements programs and systems that support adoption of small environmental-impact reductions across individuals, businesses, schools, and other organizations. Jour de la Terre uses AWS products including Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 to host three static websites and its essential business software.

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    Jumplife Case Study

    By using AWS, Taiwan-based Jumplife supports a 150 percent increase in visitors to its e-commerce platform and achieves a five-time increase in performance on its database service. Jumplife operates Gamadian—an app-based virtual shopping mall dedicated to snack foods. The company built the e-commerce platform behind Gamadian with Amazon EC2 instances supporting web and application services, Amazon RDS for Aurora delivering additional database performance, and Amazon S3 providing a repository for product images.

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    Kdan Mobile Case Study

    Using AWS, Kdan Mobile supported growth from 1.5 million users to 10 million users over three years, achieved 99.999 percent availability, and is able to scale to support demand peaks. Kdan Mobile provides mobile applications and online services for digital content creation. The organization uses a range of services including Amazon EC2 and Elastic Load Balancing to deliver its cloud-service infrastructure.

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    Kentkart Case Study

    Using AWS, Kentkart lowered its IT costs by 30 percent and improved customer service levels. The Turkish company develops and maintains smart transportation systems, including ticketing, passenger information, and video surveillance. It uses AWS services including Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, and Amazon VPC to host its payment infrastructure and web, mobile, and video surveillance applications for customers.

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    KFIT Case Study

    Using AWS, KFIT has been able to shift its focus to building and improving products for users instead of managing infrastructure. KFIT's website and app provide users with access to studios, gyms, spas, and salons in cities all over Southeast Asia. KFIT uses products such as Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, and Elastic Load Balancing to run its web applications.

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    KKBOX Case Study

    By running its big-data analytics and video streaming platforms in AWS, KKBOX has cut the time to create reports from weeks to minutes whlie reducing video infrastructure costs by up to 50 percent. Launched in 1999, KKBOX is a Taiwan-based content streaming and analysis provider with over 400 employees. 

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    Kopi Incorporation Case Study

    Running employee, contractor, and customer tracking services on AWS enables Kopi Incorporation to achieve 99.999 percent infrastructure availability. This allows clients to analyze and obtain insights that inform decisions such as where retail displays should be located to maximize sales and revenue.  Kopi Incorporation provides employee, contractor, and customer tracking services to clients in industries such as retail and security. The business uses Amazon EC2 to run a Redis data store and its management and basic analytics applications.

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    Land Transport Authority of Singapore Case Study

    The Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore uses AWS to achieve a 60 percent cost savings over creating and managing an internal datacenter infrastructure. The LTA is responsible for planning, operating, and maintaining Singapore’s land transport infrastructure and systems. Using products such as Amazon EC2, the LTA is able to scale and respond quickly to commuter's needs.

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    Luno Case Study

    Luno (formerly known as BitX) launched and grew its business quickly using AWS, providing a secure financial platform to customers across five countries. Its solutions allow consumers and professionals to store and trade in Bitcoin, the digital asset and payment system. The Luno Bitcoin wallet and exchange products run on AWS technologies, including Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS. The startup uses AWS tools and features such as Amazon VPC and security groups to create a trusted environment in the cloud.

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    Macmillan Learning Case Study

    Macmillan Learning can scale its Launchpad digital-learning application to support three times the number of users, scale up or down as needed, and release new application features faster by going all in on AWS. The organization provides print and digital educational tools for teachers and learners globally. Macmillan Learning worked with AWS Partner Relus to migrate Launchpad to the AWS Cloud.

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    Mambu Case Study

    Using AWS, Mambu helped one of its customers launch the United Kingdom’s first cloud-based bank, and the company is now on track for tenfold growth, giving it a competitive edge in the fast-growing fintech sector. Mambu is an all-in-one SaaS banking platform for managing credit and deposit products quickly, simply, and affordably. The company uses services including AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon EC2, and Amazon RDS to run its entire infrastructure.

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    Mapbox Case Study

    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. Mapbox is all in on AWS and running across 10 regions. Mapbox uses Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to store petabytes of map and imagry data, and Amazon CloudFront along with Route 53 for fast content delivery.

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    McDonalds Case Study

    Using AWS, McDonald’s Corporation transformed into a digital technology company, beat performance targets by up to 66 percent, and completes 8,600 transactions per second via its point-of-sale (POS) system. McDonald’s Corporation is an American hamburger and fast food restaurant chain that serves 69 million customers each day. McDonald’s uses a number of AWS services including Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon EBS, and Amazon ElastiCache to support its global POS system, including 200,000 registers and 300,000 POS devices. Tom Gergets, CTO of McDonald’s Corporation, spoke onstage at re:Invent 2016. 

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    Mirae Asset Global Investments Case Study

    By moving its websites onto AWS, Mirae Asset Global Investments, part of Mirae Asset Group, has reduced its operating costs by more than half and eliminated the need to invest capital to replace servers, storage, and networking equipment running in a collocated infrastructure. Founded in 1997, Mirae Asset Group provides investment services that span the world’s largest markets, including China, India, and the United States. The organization is running its websites in AWS, and plans to move its intranet onto the AWS infrastructure.

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    MiX Telematics Case Study

    By using AWS, MiX Telematics has cost-effective disaster recovery and backup and can adhere to its customers’ compliance requirements. MiX Telematics provides web and mobile solutions for fleet customers worldwide to manage their drivers and vehicles. It hosts its SaaS application on an AWS infrastructure that spans three regions.

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    Modacruz Case Study

    By using AWS, Modacruz can handle spikes in traffic of 20,000 users in 30 minutes, while increasing server capacity by 150 percent. The startup’s customers can purchase second-hand designer clothing at affordable prices through its website and mobile app. Modacruz uses AWS Elastic Beanstalk to deploy apps across a multi-language development environment and Amazon Redshift to collect and manage its user data.

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    Moderna Therapeutics Case Study

    Biotech company Moderna Therapeutics, along with its partners, initiated clinical trials for seven drugs—with nine more in the pipeline—by taking advantage of AWS computing power, integration, and scalability. Moderna operates differently from both traditional pharmaceutical companies and biotech drug companies by delivering vaccines and therapies via messenger RNA. The Moderna solution uses Amazon EC2, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon RDS to identify optimal mRNA sequences and run automated GLP, GMP, and FDA-compliant processes.

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    Morningstar Case Study

    Using AWS, Morningstar quickly deployed an application to help customers choose investment products that comply with the new Department of Labor fiduciary rule. Morningstar is a global provider of independent investment research, products, and services. It uses AWS Elastic Beanstalk to host .NET APIs and relies on Amazon VPC for secure connectivity to company databases while retaining the agility to innovate.  

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    MTC 511 Case Study

    The San Francisco Bay Area’s Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) delivers up-to-date online traveler information to tens of thousands of commuters daily, scales to support thousands of additional website users each day, and significantly lowers costs using AWS. MTC’s free 511.org website provides travelers with up-to-the-minute and around-the-clock information about transit, bicycle trips, directions, driving times, traffic conditions, carpool information, parking options, and more.  

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    NetSeer Case Study

    NetSeer reduces costs, improves the reliability of its real-time ad-bidding cluster, and delivers 100-millisecond response times using AWS. The company offers online solutions that help advertisers and publishers match search queries and web content to relevant ads. NetSeer runs its bidding cluster on AWS, taking advantage of Amazon EC2 Spot Fleet Instances. 

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    Northern & Shell Case Study

    By migrating to AWS, Northern & Shell has gained a flexible, cost-effective infrastructure that supports the publisher’s agile approach to operations. The U.K. media group produces popular magazines including OK!, New, and Star, as well as the Daily Express and Daily Star newspapers. Northern & Shell uses AWS technologies such as Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, and Amazon RDS to run websites and web apps for all its publications. It’s also using Amazon Redshift to gain more insight into customer data and explore new revenue streams.  

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    Onedio Case Study

    By using AWS, Onedio can launch the English-language version of its content-driven social network with the knowledge that it’s supported by a scalable, highly available infrastructure. The company offers Turkish and Russian social network sites based on users sharing video news content. It runs several of its backend services on AWS, including the engines that power its Android and iOS apps, and its desktop sites.

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    Palringo Case Study

    Palringo innovates four times faster using AWS, releasing new chat features and games and delivering engaging content such as real-time statistics to its users. Palringo is the world’s largest network for mobile community gaming, providing a service where users can chat and play games in groups. It uses Amazon ECS, Amazon Kinesis Analytics, and AWS Lambda as part of its new microservices architecture as it migrates from a physical data center to the AWS Cloud.  

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    PayFort Case Study

    PayFort delivers trusted, highly secure services to its customers by using AWS’s Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance credentials. The startup provides its payment solutions to organizations across the Middle East, giving customers an easy way to conduct online transactions. It uses services such as Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS within an Amazon VPC to run FORT, its online payments gateway.

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    PayU India Case Study

    Using AWS enables PayU India to support more than 300,000 merchants, more than 50 million customers, and over 30 million transactions per month. PayU India provides online services such as payment gateways, and the LazyPay digital-payment consolidation and deferral product that aim to match merchants’ needs with the way consumers shop and pay. The business uses a range of AWS services, including Amazon Redshift to reconcile reports and payments, and analyze user behaviors.

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    Pinterest Case Study

    Pinterest provides one of the world’s largest visual bookmarking tools, with more than 100 million monthly active users and 50 billion pins. The company uses AWS to run its website, ingest and store data, and develop and deploy new site features. By using AWS, the company can maintain developer velocity and site scalability, manage multiple petabytes of data each day, and perform daily refreshes of its massive search index.

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    PostDot Technologies Case Study

    Using AWS, PostDot Technologies supported growth of its synchronization service from 100,000 to 1.1 million users in less than two years. PostDot Technologies markets an API-testing and development tool called Postman. The company uses AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Amazon CloudWatch to build and run an infrastructure that can automatically scale and heal, enabling team members to focus on supporting customers.

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    PubNative Case Study

    PubNative has lowered costs, improved scalability, and boosted response times by moving to a microservices architecture on AWS. The company provides mobile app and website publishers with a platform to sell native advertising space. It deploys Docker containers using AWS Elastic Beanstalk and uses other AWS technologies, including Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, and Amazon ElastiCache. 

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    Quinyx Case Study

    By using AWS, Quinyx has a secure platform for global expansion that it can use to its advantage when speaking to prospective clients. The Sweden-based company provides software-as-a-service workforce management tools to large enterprises around the world. It runs its software on AWS, using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Elastic Block Store, Elastic Load Balancing, and Amazon Simple Storage Service. 

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    Rabbi Interactive Case Study

    Rabbi Interactive scales to support a live-broadcast, second-screen app and voting system for hundreds of thousands of users, gives home television viewers real-time interactive capabilities, and reduces monthly operating costs by 60 percent by using AWS. Based in Israel, the company provides digital experiences such as second-screen apps used to interact with popular television shows such as “Rising Star” and “Big Brother.” Rabbi Interactive worked with AWS partner CloudZone to develop an interactive second-screen platform. 

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    Rated People Case Study

    By using AWS, Rated People now has a more efficient deployment process, which ensures faster, more frequent releases for a better customer experience. The firm runs the U.K.’s largest online trade recommendation engine, connecting homeowners with reliable, high-quality local tradespeople. With help from AWS Premier Consulting Partner Cloudreach, Rated People moved to a Docker environment using the Amazon EC2 Container Service to enable smoother deployments. 

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    Realtor.com Case Study

    Realtor.com uses AWS to support 50 million monthly website visitors, process tens of millions of ad impressions per day, and enable a DevOps development model. The organization runs a popular online real estate listing website that provides millions of for-sale listings and other information for buyers, sellers, and renters. Realtor.com runs its ad impression platform, website, and other solutions on AWS.

     

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    Rent-A-Center Case Study

    Rent-A-Center (RAC) uses AWS to manage its new e-commerce website, scale to support a 1,000 percent spike in site traffic, and enable a DevOps approach. RAC is a leading renter of furniture, appliances, and electronics to customers in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. The company runs its e-commerce website on the AWS Cloud.

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    Sanlih E-Television Case Study

    Sanlih E-Television is saving 30 percent now that its platform to support a multichannel online strategy is running on AWS. Founded in 1983, Sanlih E-Television is a nationwide cable TV network delivering some of the most popular TV channels in Taiwan. To help maintain its leading position, the company developed an online strategy using AWS services such as Amazon EC2 to run its website and Amazon Kinesis as an engine for real-time application monitoring and clickstream analytics.

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    Saturn Systemwares Case Study

    Saturn Systemwares reduces cost by 30 percent and simplifies its billing system by developing and running its online booking service—Sabarimala Virtual Q Portal—on AWS. Founded in 2006, Saturn Systemwares delivers a range of IT solutions and services to businesses and government agencies across India. To assist the state’s police department in managing arrangements for pilgrims to Sabarimala—a Hindu pilgrimage center—the business is using AWS services such as Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Auto Scaling, and AWS Lambda to run its online booking portal.

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    Seeking Alpha Case Study

    Lifting and shifting its website from dedicated hosting to AWS helped Seeking Alpha beat a six-month deadline, move from a maintenance to a DevOps mindset, and eliminate most production issues. Seeking Alpha provides a platform on which more than 15,000 investment analysts earn money by publishing their own independent investment news and analysis for an audience of millions. The Seeking Alpha solution includes on-demand Amazon EC2 instances to absorb traffic spikes and Amazon S3 for storing content and backups.  

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    Senao International Case Study

    Migrating its POS and CRM systems to the AWS Cloud has enabled Senao International to automate 63 percent of systems maintenance, better manage security protocols, and eliminate downtime. Senao International is the leading provider of wireless phones, accessories, and mobile calling plans in Taiwan. The company uses Amazon EC2 to power its new e-commerce site and CRM platform, Amazon RDS to manage databases, and AWS Lambda to automate control of its AWS WAF firewall. 

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    Shaadi.com Case Study

    Shaadi.com migrated from a private hosted cloud to AWS so it could focus on its core business, reduce costs, and gain the agility to develop better user experiences faster. Shaadi.com is one of the world’s largest online matchmaking services, helping people around the world meet their life partners through a curated database of verified profiles.The company uses Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 as a foundation for its services, relies on Amazon ElastiCache for in-memory storage, and adopted Amazon Rekognition for automated profile-picture management. 

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    Simfy Africa Case Study

    Simfy Africa is supporting growth into new markets through its scalable, low-latency environment based on AWS. The startup offers music-streaming services to customers, giving them online and offline access to more than 34 million songs. Simfy Africa’s AWS infrastructure consists of Amazon EC2 instances within an Amazon VPC across multiple Availability Zones. The company monitors and optimizes resources using Amazon CloudWatch. 

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    Spokeo Case Study

    By using Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) to aggregate billions of records, Spokeo is able to render its web pages faster to rank higher on Google search. Spokeo, headquartered in Pasadena, California, is a website that enables users to search for people by first or last name, address, phone number, or social handles—or any combination of these identifiers. The company uses Amazon EFS along with Amazon EC2 and Amazon DynamoDB to aggregate and store 12 billion records, delivering web pages more quickly to users and web crawlers. 

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    Springworks Case Study

    With an ambition to connect 20 million cars across Europe by 2020 through its SPARK technology, Springworks needed a highly scalable service that allowed its developers to get features to market fast. It chose to build its Internet of Things (IoT) platform in the AWS Cloud, benefitting from the robust security that’s vital to its partners. One such partner is TeliaSonera, the largest mobile operator in Sweden, which uses SPARK to power its IoT application, Telia Sense. Telia Sense gives drivers a wealth of useful information about their cars, including service alerts and location tracking, and it opens revenue streams for the mobile operator by linking car owners to service providers such as insurance firms and car repair shops.

     

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    Tavisca Case Study

    Tavisca Solutions has reduced the time required to bring new travel agencies onboard its hosted services—to three weeks from six months—using AWS. The company provides software platforms and solutions to the travel industry, enabling travel agencies to operate online. It uses Amazon ECS to provide containerized environments for individual agencies.  

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    Thomas Publishing Case Study

    Thomas Publishing is using AWS to save hundreds of thousands of dollars in data center costs, quickly launch new websites by spinning up resources in one day instead of several weeks, and rapidly migrate critical Oracle applications to the cloud. The company links industrial buyers and suppliers by offering an array of information and services online and in print. Thomas runs its primary website on AWS, and worked with AWS Partner Apps Associates to migrate key content management applications to Amazon Aurora on RDS.

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    TIBCO CodeBuild Case Study

    TIBCO Simplr streamlined DevOps workflows, cut its server footprint by 40 percent, and decreased system response time to seconds by containerizing its suite of SaaS connectors using Amazon ECS. TIBCO Simplr makes it easy for nontechnical users to connect cloud applications, build online forms, and automate application workflows with an intuitive, cloud-based service. The TIBCO Simplr platform is architected as microservices running in Docker containers orchestrated by Amazon ECS across a cluster of Amazon EC2 instances.

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    Ticketea Case Study

    By using AWS since it was a startup, Ticketea has grown more than 50 percent annually and captured one-fifth of the market in Spain. The company simplifies event management by providing a software solution that functions as an e-commerce platform for selling tickets. Ticketea uses many AWS services, including Amazon Aurora for its database, Amazon Kinesis for event messaging, and AWS Lambda to run serverless code.

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    Tink Case Study

    Using AWS, Tink can focus on innovation rather than infrastructure management and test ideas 85 percent faster than before. The Sweden-based startup launched its app in 2012 with the aim of giving users an easy way to control their personal finances, connecting their bank accounts and credit cards to help them keep track of their money. AWS technologies help to ensure that Tink complies with data-security standards and give the company a robust platform that is trusted by business partners and customers.

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    Toyota Tsusho Case Study

    Toyota Tsusho uses AWS to quickly scale their data processing of traffic data from over 50 thousand vehicles, while reducing costs up to 35 percent. Toyota Tsusho Electronics (Thailand) is a subsidiary of Toyota Group Japan and manufacturer of vehicle embedded software applications. Toyota Tsusho launched TSquare, a traffic information broadcasting system, which provides users real-time traffic data in Bangkok and 6 suburb provinces. Toyota Tsusho uses AWS products such as Amazon EC2, Amazon Kinesis, and DynamoDB to process large amounts of data in a scalable and reliable way. 

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    Tradeshift Case Study

    Using AWS, Tradeshift has been able to launch quickly and handle 250 percent year-over-year growth by providing advanced business software that manages suppliers, invoicing, and procurement for 800,000 companies. The Danish startup offers a business commerce platform and network that helps firms innovate the way they buy, pay, and work together. It runs this network—as well as its test, development, and deployment pipelines—on AWS.  

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    Trainline Case Study

    Trainline maintained high-speed growth during a year-long migration to AWS, while improving agility, security, and availability. By transitioning to a microservices model, the development team at Trainline has been able to switch to continuous delivery, and do so four months ahead of target. It has gone from a six-week development cycle to pushing out more than 70 updates in one week.

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    Twilio Case Study

    Twilio uses AWS to deploy an average of 30 features a day and maintain 99.999% availability. Twilio provides a communications platform as a service to customers like Uber, Netflix, and Airbnb. Twilio is all in on AWS to power its cloud-scale communication apps globally. Cofounder, CEO, and Chairman Jeff Lawson spoke onstage at re:Invent 2016. 

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    UCarer Case Study

    Using AWS, Ucarer has reduced IT costs by about 30 percent and eliminated 97 percent of the workloads associated with one routine management task. The company developed an app-based service for the elderly to book appointments with registered caregivers in the local community. Ucarer runs the platform behind its service on AWS using Amazon EC2 instances for platform code and Amazon RDS for storing data relating to caregivers and platform users. 

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    uMotif Case Study

    Using AWS, uMotif facilitates medical research by improving the quality of data captured during clinical studies. The company’s software makes it easy for patients to record their experiences during a study, using mobile devices like tablets and smartphones. The data is then regularly synced to a cloud-based, backend infrastructure running on the AWS Cloud.

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    Unbabel Case Study

    Unbabel has cut its infrastructure bills by 50 percent using AWS, while at the same time boosting performance and eliminating downtime. The startup uses a combination of artificial intelligence and human translation to deliver fast, cost-effective, high-quality translation services globally. Unbabel moved its entire infrastructure—including its machine translation platform—to AWS, using services such as Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, and AWS Elasticsearch Service.  

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    Under Armour Case Study

    Under Armour can scale its Connected Fitness apps to meet the demands of more than 180 million global users, innovate and deliver new products and features more quickly, and expand internationally by taking advantage of the reliability and high availability of AWS. The company is a global leader in performance footwear, apparel, and equipment. Under Armour runs its growing Connected Fitness app platform on the AWS Cloud.

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    Unified Case Study

    Unified uses AWS to ingest terabytes of advertising data daily, aggregating and analyzing the data and providing insights to media buyers and brand managers. The company helps customers manage their social media advertising investments and insights in real time. Unified runs its advertising and marketing analysis platform on AWS.

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    Veracode Case Study

    Veracode gives developers fast feedback on security risks, scales to support tens of thousands of vulnerability scans, and gets new features to market faster using Amazon Web Services. Veracode offers cloud-based application-security services. The company runs its Greenlight security-scan application on AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway.

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    Vidcoin Case Study

    VIDCOIN is a startup competing in the fast-growing ad tech business in France. The company wanted a solution that could offer faster ingestion of user data and better insights into end user activities. It turned to AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced Consulting Partner Corexpert, which created a solution using Amazon Elasticsearch Service, Amazon Kinesis, and AWS Lambda along with a Kibana-based dashboard to capture and analyze millions of events daily.  

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    ViSenze Case Study

    Using AWS, ViSenze reduces test time from 30 minutes to five minutes and is able to serve customers around the globe. ViSenze is an artificial-intelligence company that develops advanced visual-search and image-recognition solutions to serve companies in e-commerce, mobile commerce, and online advertising. ViSenze uses Amazon EC2, Auto Scaling and Amazon DynamoDB to launch instances and process images quickly in response to demand shifts, while also saving on costs.  

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    Vivino Case Study

    Vivino used the AWS Cloud to build the most downloaded wine app in the world, attracting 22 million users across the U.S., South America, Europe, and Asia. The app gives wine lovers easy access to a database of more than 10.3 million wines and to related information such as ratings, reviews, and where to buy. The company ensures it has the capacity to handle traffic increases of 300 percent between Christmas and New Year’s using Auto Scaling with Amazon EC2, and it uses Amazon SES and Amazon SNS to drive wine promotions to millions of users in seconds.

     

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    Vodafone Foundation Case Study

    By running the DreamLab application on AWS, Vodafone Australia has been able to support almost 60,000 downloads of the app and expects the number to increase to more than 100,000 without impacting performance. DreamLab is an initiative by Vodafone Foundation Australia, which seeks ways for mobile technology to improve the health of Australians. The DreamLab application, built by b2cloud, aims to expedite cancer research at Garvan Institute of Medical Research.

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    Wanup Case Study

    Wanup deployed SAP on AWS in just two weeks by working with AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced Consulting Partner Linke Information Technology. The company, based in Barcelona, Spain, is a new hotel loyalty club for independent hotels and chains designed with the needs of today’s frequent traveler in mind. Wanup uses services including Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 in a highly secure virtual network to help achieve the capacity and performance it needs to support business growth.

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    We Feel Case Study

    The Black Dog Institute (BDI) is a nonprofit Australian research body dedicated to improving the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of various mood disorders. The institute partnered with CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, to conduct the We Feel study, which uses AWS to analyze tweets from around the world and measure how emotions are impacted by environmental factors. By using AWS, BDI can analyze more than 27 million tweets per day in real time and scale its resources to handle up to 28,000 website visitors per day.

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    Zapproved Case Study

    Zapproved uses AWS to process millions of legal documents per hour, support rapid business growth, and help customers deploy electronic discovery solutions in hours instead of months. The company provides cloud-based e-discovery applications that customers use to more easily and defensibly manage litigation response. Zapproved uses AWS Lambda to manage its Digital Discovery Pro data processing pipeline.

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    Zillow-Zestimate Case Study

    Zillow Group increases machine-learning calculation performance and scalability and delivers near-real-time home-valuation data to customers using AWS. The company houses a portfolio of the largest online real-estate and home-related brands. Zillow Group runs the Zestimate, its machine learning–based home-valuation tool, on Amazon Kinesis and Apache Spark on Amazon EMR.