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Scripps Mark Kelly

Scripps Networks Interactive is the leading developer for lifestyle content with brands such as Food Network, HGTV, and Travel Channel. By moving from an on-prem to cloud infrastructure, SNI has been able to focus on creating great content that meets their elastic needs instead of provisioning and maintaining hardware.

Wazee Greg Loose

Wazee is an SaaS provider to help content companies manage their digital content. Wazee’s data centers were not keeping up with the growth and spikes in demand from their customers. As a result, Wazee decided to go all in on the cloud for an elastic, scalable architecture. Using Snowball, they were able to transfer their data 100x faster versus over the wire.

  • 6waves Case Study

    6 Waves Limited, a leading international publisher and developer of gaming applications on the Facebook platform, uses Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 to host its social games with an audience of more than 50 million players per month.

  • 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.  

  • ABP News Case Study

    ABP News Network (ANN) designed a serverless architecture using AWS to scale at a few minutes’ notice to support increases in traffic of up to six times, and to accommodate more than 500 million page views across mobile, social, and web channels. The company operates five television news channels with Hindi as the primary language, supported by websites and mobile applications. ANN uses AWS Lambda and Amazon S3 to run its serverless architecture supporting mobile applications.

  • Airbnb Case Study

    Airbnb is a community marketplace for unique vacation spaces around the world. Airbnb benefits from the scalability, agility and reliability provided by Amazon Web Services, including Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon S3, Amazon EMR, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon CloudWatch, and Amazon RDS.

  • Amazon Prime Video Case Study

    Amazon Prime Video used the AWS Cloud and AWS Elemental to stream live NFL games to millions of global fans, ensure reliability and low latency, and help advertisers optimize ad performance. The online streaming, video-on-demand service offers original content as well as movies and TV shows for purchase. To stream 11 live NFL games, Amazon Prime Video took advantage of the scalability and performance of Amazon DynamoDB and other AWS services, including AWS Elemental MediaTailor.

  • AOL Case Study

    Using AWS, AOL has been able to close data centers and decommission about 14,000 in-house and collocated servers, move mission-critical workloads to the cloud, extend its global reach, and save millions of dollars on energy resources. AOL is one of the original Internet companies and today has several lines of business, including digital advertising, multiple web properties, and membership services. It uses a broad range of AWS services, such as AWS Lambda for creating serverless architectures, and uses varieties of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, powered by Intel Xeon processors, to carefully manage its costs. It also leverages AWS for hybrid scenarios for particular workloads.

  • Atresmedia Case Study

    By using AWS, Atresmedia has created two new platforms that have grown its digital user base by 25 times to 5 million. The global media group caters to an international audience of 73 million people and already operates six TV channels and four radio stations. To attract younger, more digitally savvy users, it launched its AtresPlayer and Flooxer channels by using Amazon EC2 and Amazon CloudFront to deliver faster television-streaming experiences.

  • Avazu Case Study

    Avazu used Amazon Web Services to dramatically improve system stability and scalability to meet the advertising platform’s processing needs of more than 20 billion impressions per day and over 1 million queries per second (QPS). Avazu, a subsidiary of the DotC United Group, is a technology-driven company that engages in performance marketing through programmatic advertising technologies. It is headquartered in Shanghai and has offices around the world. Avazu’s front-end applications run on the AWS platform using services such as Amazon EC2, Amazon CloudWatch, AWS Key Management Service, Route 53, Amazon SNS, Amazon S3, Amazon Aurora, and Redshift.

  • 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.

  • AWS Case Study: Animoto

    New York-based Animoto launched its web application in 2007, allowing people to create and share videos via the web or mobile device. Using AWS, Animoto scales seamlessly to handle spikes in demand.

  • AWS Case Study: Avianca

    Avianca Brasil, a Brazilian domestic air carrier with a reputation for passenger comfort and competitive pricing, uses AWS to host content for its marketing department. AWS provides a secure environment at an estimated 60% of the cost of an on-premises solution.

  • AWS Case Study: BrightRoll

    BrightRoll is an independent video ad technology platform for digital video advertising across the web, mobile devices, and connected TV. Using AWS, BrightRoll has created comprehensive digital advertising solutions that deliver petabytes of data to more than 80 of the top 100 US advertisers and 18 of the top 20 advertising technology companies.

  • AWS Case Study: Channel 4

    To meet the needs of its on-demand and digital audiences, UK broadcaster Channel 4 chose AWS to help monetize volumes of platform data. By running on AWS and using Amazon EMR, the broadcast company can collect and analyze vast amounts of data in real time to deliver highly targeted ads to viewers during a 60-minute program.

  • AWS Case Study: Cmune

    Cmune is pioneering the field of 3D social games. Hosting its platform backend on AWS gives Cmunel a fexible and scalable infrastructure critical to the game producer's success.

  • 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.

  • AWS Case Study: Encoding provides Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) video encoding for customers around the world. runs 100% of its media processing on Amazon EC2, with video storage and instance backups on Amazon S3, AWS Import/Export service for customers with massive video-encoding jobs, and Amazon CloudFront for "cloud video" distribution.

  • 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.

  • AWS Case Study: Futbol Club Barcelona

    Futbol Club Barcelona (FCBarcelona) is a highly popular soccer team based in Barcelona, Spain. In order to maintain the FCBarcelona website—which boasts over 6,000 pages and over 12,000 digitized photos, and is available in six languages—FCBarcelona’s partner, Gnuine, uses a number of Amazon Web Services products to host Ubiquo Sports, a specialized SaaS CMS: Amazon Route 53, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon CloudWatch, Amazon SNS, Amazon RDS, and AWS CloudFormation.

  • AWS Case Study: GREE

    GREE creates popular game titles for mobile platforms. The company turned to AWS to run its mobile games (including Modern War, Crime City, and War of Nations), and its data analytics pipeline. With AWS, GREE can provision new IT resources in less than 45 seconds, as compared to hours and days with its prior IT infrastructure, while processing more than 500 GB of player logs each day.

  • AWS Case Study: Hearst Corporation

    Hearst Corporation is one of America’s largest diversified media companies with ownership of newspapers, magazines, television stations, and various other interests. The enterprise wanted to get out of the business of running IT infrastructure and is currently migrating 10 of its 29 global data centers to AWS. By using AWS instead of investing in traditional on-premises IT infrastructure, Hearst avoided a multimillion dollar investment and completed its IT infrastructure consolidation in one-fifth of the expected time.

  • AWS Case Study: Hungama Digital Media Entertainment

    Migrating to AWS in 2008 helped Hungama Digital Media Entertainment reduce IT costs and accelerate innovation and time-to-market. As more development teams migrated to AWS, Hungama turned to AWS Trusted Advisor to optimize its environment on AWS and reduced monthly costs by 33%.

  • AWS Case Study: Idomoo

    Idomoo was founded in 2007 and is one of the first-to-market communication solutions that combine the compelling power of video with personally relevant, individualized data. Looking for a solution to advance their business to the next stage, Idomoo now uses AWS to support their entire end-to-end solution and saves up to 8 times in video generation costs.

  • AWS Case Study: IMDb

    The Internet Movie Database ( is one of the world’s most popular and authoritative sources for movie, TV and celebrity content with more than 100 million unique visitors per month. IMDb uses AWS and Amazon CloudFront to host search data, making the search experience the fastest possible by distributing the content physically close to IMDb's worldwide user base.

  • AWS Case Study: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway relies on AWS to stream live motor sport races to over 3.1 million visitors to its online platform while scaling to manage huge traffic spikes and maintaining control of computing costs.

  • AWS Case Study: Kingnet Technology

    Based in Shanghai, China, Kingnet Technology develops games for worldwide social networks. With an estimated 30 million installations and 6 million daily active users, Kingnet Technology uses AWS to provide its infrastructure capable of handling tremendous volume.

  • AWS Case Study: LIONSGATE and Datapipe

    LIONSGATE maintains a library of 15,000 motion picture titles while continually releasing new movies and prime-time television programs for a global audience. Since 2010, the company’s diversified and geographically dispersed business units have collaborated using Microsoft SharePoint running in Amazon VPC.

  • AWS Case Study: MediaMolecule

    MediaMolecule is a game developer based in the U.K. that is now part of Sony Worldwide Studio. The company has released two games, LittleBigPlanet and LittleBigPlanet 2. In order to serve about 1 TB of traffic per day, the company uses several AWS features, including Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, Amazon S3, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon SQS, and Amazon Elastic IP Addresses.

  • AWS Case Study: Naughty Dog

    Naughty Dog is the developer of the Uncharted game franchise, in addition to other notable titles for the Sony PlayStation family of consoles. The company hosts online game components, including multiplayer functionality, with Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, and Amazon CloudFront. This service stack offers a 90% savings over Naughty Dog’s on-premise option, in addition to greater flexibility and responsiveness.

  • AWS Case Study: NDTV

    NDTV is one of India’s largest broadcast companies, with three national news channels that reach a combined audience of more than 1 billion people across India, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. The company’s digital products division chose AWS to support its websites, mobile sites, and apps. NDTV now uses a broad range of AWS services to manage peak loads of more than 600,000 simultaneous users with 30 percent lower capital expenses compared to operating an on-premises data center.

  • AWS Case Study: News International

    News International uses AWS to power its digital services and platforms across the web, mobile devices and tablets. With AWS, the company has built a high-speed transactional platform that has improved both customer experience and the ability to drive incremental sales of its products.

  • AWS Case Study: News UK

    News UK is one of Britain’s largest news organizations, publishing 2.4 million newspapers every day. The company migrated some of its enterprise applications including SAP Business Objects, SAP GRC, and Oracle Enterprise Manager from traditional data centers to AWS. By using AWS, the publisher has shortened its time to market for new development projects from 6 months to 1 day and reduced its data center footprint from six to two facilities.

  • AWS Case Study: Newsweek

    Newsweek specializes in print and online news coverage for a wide range of topics, including politics, business, and world events. Since 2009, the publication has reduced operating costs seventy-five percent by employing AWS as the foundation of its online presence. Newsweek's infrastructure was built using Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, and Amazon CloudFront. Newsweek also uses Amazon Route 53, which saves the publication ninety-three percent in Domain Name System costs.

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    Adopting AWS enabled international online dating site to streamline the management of 57 million images, reduce backup costs by half and create a scalable and reliable real-time chat service.

  • AWS Case Study: Outsmart

    Outsmart 2005, a New Zealand entertainment and online media company, turned to AWS to run its SmallWorlds game environment. As a result, performance improved by 20% and Outsmart grew the number of active players it could support from 400,000 to 1,000,000.

  • AWS Case Study: Papaya Mobile

    Papaya Mobile is a social network and gaming platform that found a reliable and affordable computing solution with AWS. By using Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, and Amazon S3, Papaya Mobile can provide users with instant, affordable, and secure social networking.

  • AWS Case Study: PBS

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

  • AWS Case Study: Peak Games

    Based in Turkey, gaming company Peak Games has 30 million monthly active players across Turkey, Middle East, and North Africa. By using AWS, the company has lowered provisioning time from 4-6 hours to 10 minutes, and reduced operational costs.

  • AWS Case Study: PIXNET

    PIXNET Digital Media Corporation is a Taiwan-based company that provides a social network website, online photo gallery, and blogging service for China. PIXNET uses Amazon S3 for basic backups and log files and Amazon EC2 to process images using facial recognition software. By using AWS, PIXNET can bring its services to market quickly and more cost-effectively.

  • AWS Case Study: Razorfish

    Amazon Elastic MapReduce and Cascading lets Razorfish focus on application development without having to worry about time-consuming set-up, management, or tuning of Hadoop clusters or the compute capacity upon which they sit.

  • AWS Case Study: Shazam

    During the 2012 Super Bowl, the Shazam App ran on Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon EMR, and Amazon EC2 Cluster Compute Quadruple Extra Large Instances with Elastic Load Balancing. This infrastructure helped to support the processing of millions of transactions during this high-traffic event.

  • AWS Case Study: SmugMug's Cloud Migration

    SmugMug, a premium online photo and video sharing service, migrated to the cloud starting with Amazon S3 for storage and now runs almost 100% on AWS. By running on the AWS Cloud, SmugMug can deliver a better performing service to its millions of customers.

  • AWS Case Study: Sonico, a social networking site with more than 48 million registered users, moved its more than 1 billion images to Amazon S3 and performs all of its image upload, processing, and storage using Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3. The company also leverages Amazon SQS and MySQL instances running on Amazon EC2.

  • AWS Case Study: SoundCloud

    SoundCloud is a social sound platform where anyone can upload and share sounds. Needing a solution that would scale without increasing operational complexity, SoundCloud turned to AWS. The company uses AWS to store and process the 2.5 PB of data its users upload, driving business insights and enabling swift, reliable service to customers.

  • AWS Case Study: tadaa

    Tadaa—a product of menschmaschine Publishing—is an iPhone camera app featuring high-definition photo effects and editing tools. The app's developers deployed Amazon Web Services (AWS) across multiple regions to support 500,000 new users in less than one week.

  • AWS Case Study: TicketLeap

    TicketLeap, an online ticketing platform used by thousands of event organizers across the US and Canada, runs entirely on AWS. TicketLeap uses Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon S3, Elastic Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, and cloud monitoring services as the foundation for its platform.

  • AWS Case Study: Ticketmaster

    Ticketmaster, North America’s top online venue for ticket sales and distribution, uses AWS pay-as-you-go pricing to reduce fixed costs by more than 80% annually.

  • AWS Case Study: Time Inc. Goes All In on AWS

    Time Inc. is a major global publisher with over 80 brands that generate more than 120 million unique impressions through printed material and reaching another 120 million unique visitors through its digital properties every month. The company is going all in and migrating five of its global datacenters to the AWS Cloud leveraging the help of APN partners Acquia, AlertLogic and Cloudreach. By using AWS, Time Inc. saves more than 75% on hosting costs for its UK brand websites.

  • 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 website has experienced almost 100% availability.

  • AWS Case Study: United Daily News

    United Daily News Group (udn tv) decided to implement an online news video service to meet the changing needs of its audience. Using AWS, udn tv was able to deploy the service in two months and scale to support a 10x growth in viewer numbers.

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    VSC Technologies is a subsidiary of the French National Railway Corporation (SNCF) under the SNCF online travel agency,, which handles long-distance and high-speed passenger services. Based near Paris and employing more than 170 people, VSC offers complete technology solutions and services for the railway distribution needs of its customers and hosts critical applications for railway reservations.

  • AWS Case Study: Z2

    Z2 produces multiplayer mobile games that offer players an immersive environment with community and social features. The company needed speed and performance to support players worldwide as they interact with each other in real time. By running on AWS, the company can scale quickly to manage worldwide traffic with low latency and gather insights from millions of game sessions to support customers and develop new features.

  • AWS Case Study: CAP – POOQ

    Content Alliance Platform (CAP) is the only content provider in Korea that provides real-time, cloud-based broadcasting and on-air video on demand (VOD) through the over-the-top (OTT) service POOQ. The company provides various VOD services and programs from the top three Korean broadcasting stations to more than 600,000 paying subscribers. AWS's Auto Scaling and Scheduled Scaling features let CAP react to rapidly changing traffic easily and cost-effectively.

  • C-SPAN Case Study

    By using AWS to automate the process of identifying when individuals appear in video streams, C-SPAN estimates it will be able to index 100 percent of its first-run content each year, covering 7,500 hours of content compared to the previous 3,500 hours. C-SPAN is a public service created by the United States cable television industry to make government proceedings available for public viewing. The organization is using Amazon Rekognition—an image analysis service based on deep-learning technology—to detect faces in screenshots captured from eight available C-SPAN video feeds that run 24/7.

  • 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.  

  • Digital Relab Case Study

    Digital ReLab adapted its digital-asset-management platform to the cloud by taking advantage of flexible AWS storage options. Digital ReLab provides software solutions that let users find, update, and share vast quantities of digital assets seamlessly and affordably, anywhere, through a secure central database. Digital ReLab uses Amazon EC2 for compute, Amazon S3 for long-term file storage, and Amazon EFS for a cloud-based file system that seamlessly integrates with cloud and on-premises installations of its solution.

  • Dubsmash Case Study

    The scalable infrastructure from AWS enables Dubsmash to fully focus on the development of products and features and to keep growing fast. The Dubsmash mobile app allows users to create funny videos and share them in different ways. Dubmash uses AWS Lambda for data processing.

  • Fairfax Media Case Study

    Using AWS to run Kubernetes, Fairfax Media has reduced its computing costs by five times and saved many developer hours. Fairfax Media is one of Australia’s largest news organizations, with mastheads such as The Age. The enterprise uses Amazon RDS to host PostgreSQL databases, Amazon EC2 to run Kubernetes nodes, and Amazon Kinesis for analytics.

  • 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.

  • Formula One Case Study

    Formula One Group (Formula 1) is moving the vast majority of its infrastructure from on-premises data centers to AWS, and standardizing on AWS’s machine-learning and data-analytics services to accelerate its cloud transformation. Formula 1 will work with AWS to enhance its race strategies, data tracking systems, and digital broadcasts through a wide variety of AWS services.

  • GoPro Case Study

    By using AWS, GoPro quickly built and launched its GoPro Plus service to enable its customers to upload content directly to the cloud. GoPro is an action-camera manufacturer that allows customers to share experiences with others using its products, mobile apps and software. The company relies on the AWS Support team for quick assistance with its upcoming product launches.

  • Guardian News & Media Case Study

    Guardian News and Media, publisher of The Guardian, increased the velocity of releases for its digital properties from 25 in 2012 to 40,000 in 2015 by using AWS. The London-based company is a global media organization that published its first newspaper in the UK more than 200 years ago. It uses a wide range of AWS services, including Amazon Kinesis and Amazon Redshift that power an analytics dashboard, which editors use to see how stories are trending in real time.

  • 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.

  • 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 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.

  • Important Looking Pirates Case Study

    Using AWS, Important Looking Pirates can take on new business safe in the knowledge that its infrastructure can scale into the cloud. The company is one of Sweden’s leading visual effects studios, producing footage for some of the world’s top TV series, films, games, and commercials. During peak times it renders scenes using Amazon EC2 Spot Instances.

  • Mediacorp Case Study

    By using AWS for its analytics and content delivery workloads, Mediacorp has been able to innovate and improve time to market of its products to deliver the best experience for its audience.

  • Netflix & Amazon Kinesis Streams Case Study

    Netflix uses AWS to analyze billions of messages across more than 100,000 application instances daily in real time, enabling it to optimize user experience, reduce costs, and improve application resilience. Netflix is the world’s leading internet television network, with more than 100 million members. Using Amazon Kinesis Streams, Netflix processes network flow logs rapidly and enriches them with application metadata in a highly dynamic, large-scale networking environment.  

  • 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.  

  • Olympusat Case Study

    Olympusat uses AWS to support its microservices architecture, saving $25,000 a month by eliminating the use of similar, more expensive services. Olympusat is a large independent media company specializing in Spanish-language movie, music, and entertainment television channels. Olympusat supports its architecture using services such as AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, Amazon Simple Notification Service, Amazon Simple Queue Service, and Amazon DynamoDB to deliver its over-the-top platform.

  • 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.

  • OzTAM Case Study

    OzTAM uses AWS infrastructure and services to assist in producing its Video Player Measurement (VPM) reporting service, which measures how internet-delivered television content is viewed. AWS helps OzTAM minimize data loss while scaling to accommodate standard online-viewing patterns and demand spikes. OzTAM is the official source of television-audience-measurement covering Australia’s five mainland capital cities and nationally for television subscriptions. OzTAM’s VPM Report provides Australia’s first official figures on the viewing patterns of internet-delivered TV content. The business uses a range of AWS services, including Amazon EC2 instances in an Auto Scaling group, Amazon S3, Amazon Kinesis, and Amazon Route 53 to deliver viewing figures through its VPM Report.

  • Passion Pictures Case Study

    Passion Pictures can take on larger, concurrent video projects with a cloud render farm based on AWS Thinkbox Deadline. Passion Pictures is an award-winning producer of advertisements, animated features, and documentaries. The studio is using Thinkbox Deadline to manage and administer Amazon EC2 Spot Instances as CGI render nodes.  

  • PIX System Case Study

    PIX System migrated its data center to the AWS Cloud, improving performance by 30 percent and gaining instant scalability. The company’s remote collaboration and asset-sharing platform enables producers, directors, cast, and crew around the globe to collaborate effectively on TV and film productions. PIX System uses Amazon EBS to migrate files to Amazon S3 volumes for primary storage, and takes advantage of Amazon EC2 instances for video workflows, including automated media-processing workflows and content collaboration.

  • 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.

  • Score Media Case Study

    Score Media Ventures is the digital arm of Score Media, Inc. Score Media Ventures offers fans multiplatform content, displaying the edgy side of sports news and information. In order to maintain a balance between rapid development cycles, service uptime, and transparent access to sports data, Score Media uses Amazon EC2, Amazon EC2 Elastic IP Addresses, and Amazon RDS.

  • Scripps Case Study

    Scripps Networks Interactive reduced its CGI render time by 95 percent using a solution based on AWS Thinkbox Deadline. Scripps Networks Interactive is a mass-media company specializing in factual and lifestyle television brands such as HGTV, DIY Network, and Food Network. The company is using the AWS Portal in Thinkbox Deadline to manage and administer Amazon EC2 Spot Instances as CGI render nodes. 

  • 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.  

  • Case Study 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. 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. 

  • 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. 

  • Sony DADC Case Study

    Sony DADC New Media Solutions has been able to elastically scale its infrastructure and automate workflows, making linear broadcast content available as a video-on-demand (VoD) streaming content. Under its Ven.ue brand, Sony DaDC New Media Solutions (NMS) provides digital supply-chain solutions targeting major film studios, broadcasters, music labels, game companies, and other content providers. NMS started its move to AWS by migrating its Ven.ue distribution workflows, running on hundreds of Amazon EC2 instances, and is using Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier to move its 20-petabyte video archive and Amazon CloudFront as its global content delivery network service to accelerate content delivery to customers.

  • Soundbus Case Study

    SoundBus Technologies Co., Ltd. (“SoundBus”) uses the AWS platform to maintain stable operations around the clock and faster service time, greatly improving the user experience while reducing the operation and maintenance workload and labor costs. SoundBus is a new-media technology company that enables users to interact with each other through an innovative “sound code” technology similar to QR code. SoundBus operates its core asset Oi-Fi and related services on the AWS platform, using Amazon EC2, Amazon VPC, Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon S3, and Amazon CloudWatch, among others.

  • Square Enix Case Study

    Using AWS has enabled Square Enix to reduce the time it takes to process video-game screenshots during traffic spikes from several hours to a little over 10 seconds, all while cutting costs to five percent of those of an on-premises solution. Square Enix is a producer of creative and innovative content and services in the fields of gaming and entertainment. Shifting image processing from an in-house environment to a cloud environment using AWS Lambda enabled faster processing while integrating the existing on-premises environment.

  • Supercell Case Study

    The Finnish game company Supercell uses AWS to manage the growth of its wildly popular tablet and mobile games Hay Day and Clash of Clans. With more than 8.5 million daily players, Supercell needs the ease of use and scalability that AWS provides to create and run these games.

  • The Guardian Case Study

    Guardian News & Media (GNM) uses AWS to ensure on-time newspaper delivery by orchestrating workflows between multiple distributed systems, and to give developers more flexibility. The global media company publishes the Guardian and the Observer newspapers and manages other media brands. GNM relies on AWS Step Functions to automate key business workflows.

  • 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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