See how leading organizations worldwide are using Amazon ECS to run their most sensitive and mission critical applications because of its security, reliability, and scalability.


Autodesk has been making software for people who make things in the architecture, construction, engineering, manufacturing, and media and entertainment industries for 35 years. Based in San Francisco, the multinational corporation has offices worldwide.

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“We want to create an end-to-end ecosystem that standardizes the way we build, deploy, run, and observe software but also in a compliant, secure, and cost efficient manner with an overall positive developer experience. We introduced the ability to do Blue-Green deployments to a multi-tenant Amazon ECS cluster that allows us to essentially accommodate different types of workflows, from vanilla Linux Containers, but also Windows and GPU instances.”

Evgeny Shulyatyev, Software Engineering Manager, Cloud Platform - Autodesk

“Autodesk makes software for people who make things. Amazon ECS allows them to solve 80% of their SOC2 compliance needs through CloudOS, unifying and creating an end-to-end ecosystem that standardizes the way they build, deploy, run and observe software, in a compliant, secure, and cost efficient manner with an overall positive developer experience across Linux and Windows.” 

Shelly Mujtaba, Senior Director Forge Platform Delivery Lead - Autodesk

National Australia Bank (NAB)

The National Bank of Australia (NAB) offers a wide array of personal banking financial solutions to its customers. In 2017, NAB started to accelerate its cloud journey by breaking down monolithic applications into modern architectures and reducing microservices development time.

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“The National Bank of Australia (NAB) is one of the four largest financial institutions in Australia, and Amazon ECS has already reduced NAB’s microservice development time by 10x.”

Steve Day, EGM of Infrastructure Cloud and Workplace - National Australia Bank (NAB)


Hudl is a software provider that offers a video and analytics platform for coaches and athletes to quickly review game footage to improve team play, ingesting and encoding more than 39 hours of high-definition video every minute during sports seasons for 4.5 million coaches and athletes on 130,000 teams worldwide. 

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“Amazon ECS is helping us to generate player tracking data with a simple but highly scalable pipeline, adjusting the cluster size to balance cost and processing time. This machine learning process used to take 5+ hours in batch mode but can now run faster than real-time.”

Ben Cook, Engineering Director R&D - Hudl

Ministry of Justice, UK

The Ministry of Justice is a major government department at the heart of the justice system in the UK. Their vision is to deliver a world-class justice system that works for everyone in society. MOJ is a ministerial department, supported by 33 agencies and public bodies.

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“Our Landing Zone is a way to define our account structure, our users, and how we deploy and make updates to our AWS infrastructure. That allows us to deliver a consistent experience in utilizing a number of AWS services to secure and audit their usage.”

James Abley, Lead Technical Architect - Ministry of Justice, UK

Amazon Lex

Amazon Lex creates conversational interfaces powered by the same deep learning technologies used in Alexa. It is a service for building conversational interfaces through voice and text inputs. This platform can be used to develop customized and highly specialized chatbots to interact with your customers efficiently.

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“AWS Batch dynamically provisions the optimal quantity and type of compute resources based on the volume and specific resource requirements of the batch jobs submitted. Amazon Lex uses Amazon ECS to dynamically run these batch jobs to create conversational bots.”

Harshal Pimpalkhute, Principal Product Manager - Amazon Lex


Vidsy helps brands create mobile-first video campaigns based on video content generated by its 3,000-strong community of young creative talent, many of whom are university students or have recently finished their courses.
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“What struck us about Amazon ECS was the ease of migration. We did all the migration work from Docker Cloud to Amazon ECS in just 10 days and have reduced its costs by 60 percent. We did everything internally. It couldn’t have gone better.”

Charlie Revett, CTO - Vidsy


Ibibo Group is an online travel organization. The group owns the B2C online travel aggregator Goibibo and online bus ticketing platform In 2013, ibibo Group was named one of the top five most trusted e-commerce brands in India.

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“Why did we prefer Amazon ECS over Kubernetes? We don’t want to add the complexity of running our own container orchestration software, and the integration between the AWS services is not out of the box when we run our own orchestration software. Using Spot Instances and Amazon ECS helps us to reduce down the EC2 cost drastically as the instances are running as Spot and we don’t have to maintain the AMIs for backup.”

Saurav Yadav, Engineering Manager, DevOps - Goibibo


Medlife offers consultation with in-house doctors via outbound calls, as well as lab services at its diagnostic center in Bangalore. Catering to around 3,000 cities across India, Medlife is unique in its management of the complete lifecycle of orders; it currently owns and operates 40 proprietary fulfillment centers to provide a seamless customer experience. 

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“Amazon ECS works like a charm for setting up our containers and deployments. In just two years, we have grown from 5 to 40 microservices which mostly pertain to orders, procurement, and inventory management. Most of these microservices are managed using container services, and this has helped streamline the business by accelerating the time from prototyping to production. Decoupling the application’s core features has enabled DevOps engineers to deploy changes more frequently. The team was previously doing two releases a week—now it is doing two a day.”

Pranesh Vittal, Database Architect - Medlife


Bridestory was launched in 2014 as a one-stop shop for brides to find wedding inspiration and connect with potential vendors. Headquartered in Indonesia, the Bridestory app boasts a rapidly expanding user base with some 700,000 visitors, including users in the Philippines and Singapore.

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“Previously, we were averaging three weeks to launch one big feature, whereas now our developers are empowered to conduct small releases daily, with less than a 1 percent failure rate. The team start splitting the application into smaller services and setting up Docker containers with Amazon ECS. With time-to-market and reliability as its key criteria, Bridestory aimed to deploy smaller features every few days to lower the rate of failure.”

Doni Hanafi, Chief Technology Officer - Bridestory