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    3M Health Information Systems (HIS) Case Study

    By going all in on AWS, 3M Health Information Systems (HIS) provisions compute resources in minutes instead of weeks, develops and deploys software in one week instead of six, and innovates faster. 3M HIS enables customers to efficiently document, code, classify, store, and measure healthcare delivery with integrated software and services, enabling complete, compliant, and accurate payments. 3M HIS customers also analyze the total cost, quality, and outcomes for patients and populations, using 3M data-analytics applications. 3M HIS runs several advanced applications on AWS.

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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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    Aircel Case Study

    Using AWS, Aircel reduced development time for its Aircel Backup app by 60%, and ensured its Aircel e-money platform delivered the security and reliability to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction. Aircel offers a range of voice and data services and is the fastest-growing telecommunications provider in India. Today, the company runs its Aircel e-money platform and Aircel Backup app on AWS, using Amazon EC2 instances for web and databases services, and relies on Amazon S3 for storage and CloudWatch services for real-time alert configuration. 

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    Alert Logic Powers Security-as-a Service Business With Amazon S3

    Using AWS, Alert Logic gains data protection and geographic redundancy, and reduces the cost of its footprint by more than 50 percent compared to an on-premises data center. Alert Logic is a cloud-security provider based in Houston, Texas. The company uses Amazon S3 to store and analyze data for its security-as-a-service solution.

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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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    Amazon Advertising Case Study

    Amazon Advertising Engineering and Development (AED) increased throughput and avoided a three-year project to rebuild performance monitors and management tools by shifting data held in Oracle databases to Amazon RDS. AED builds, manages, and scales the technologies that undergird Amazon's programmatic advertising offerings. The new solution uses PostgreSQL relational databases that are fully managed by Amazon RDS, with Amazon S3 for storing backups.

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    Amazon Buyer Fraud Case Study

    The Transaction Risk Management Services (TRMS) team migrated 40 TB of data from on-premises Oracle databases to AWS in just six months with only one hour of downtime. TRMS runs the Buyer Fraud Service, which uses machine-learning algorithms to predict and prevent fraudulent transactions on The TRMS team used a migration stack that included AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) to migrate to a new relational database solution based on PostgreSQL-compatible Amazon Aurora.

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    Amazon Database Migration Case Study

    Amazon migrated 5,000 databases from Oracle to AWS, cutting its annual database operating costs by more than half and reducing the latency of most critical services by 40 percent. Amazon is the world’s leading online retailer and provides a wide range of cloud services through its Amazon Web Services (AWS) division. For databases supporting critical services and requiring high availability, Amazon is using Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon Aurora; for noncritical services, Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL and MySQL; and for inexpensive, long-term storage of relational and non-relational data, Amazon S3.

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    Amazon FLASH Case Study

    Amazon migrated its transactional subledger from Oracle to AWS to maintain its core mission of delivering timely, complete, and accurate financial reports as transaction volumes continue to grow. Amazon migrated critical databases to Amazon DynamoDB and used a lift-and-shift approach to migrate relational databases to Amazon RDS.

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    Amazon Fulfillment Technologies Aurora Case Study

    Amazon migrated its Inventory Management Services from Oracle Database to Amazon Aurora to improve availability and scalability and reduce its operational burden. Amazon is the world’s leading online retailer and provides a wide range of cloud services through its Amazon Web Services (AWS) division. The company moved 700 Oracle instances to Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility, achieving greater throughput, scalability, and resiliency.

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    Amazon Items and Offers Case Study

    Amazon migrated its Item Master Service from Oracle to Amazon DynamoDB to improve availability and scalability, reduce operational burden, and improve utilization. Amazon used AWS Database Migration Service to migrate 150 TB of data in just two months with zero downtime, and now relies on Amazon DynamoDB to process more than five billion catalog updates every day without significant manual effort.

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    Amazon Migration Analytics Case Study

    Amazon migrated its analytics system from Oracle to AWS to enable greater agility, reduce operational cost and effort, and support growing performance needs. Amazon is the world’s leading online retailer and provides a wide range of cloud services through its Amazon Web Services (AWS) division. The company built a high-performance analytics infrastructure in the cloud using Amazon S3, Amazon Redshift, Amazon EMR, and a range of other AWS services.

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    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.

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    Amazon Prime Video DynamoDB Case Study

    Amazon migrated its Item Master Service from Oracle to Amazon DynamoDB to improve availability and scalability, reduce the operational burden, and improve utilization. Amazon is the world’s leading online retailer and provides a wide range of cloud services through its Amazon Web Services (AWS) division. The company used AWS Database Migration Service to migrate 150 TB of data in just two months with zero downtime, and now relies on Amazon DynamoDB to process more than five billion catalog updates every day without significant manual effort.

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    Amazon Wallet Service Case Study migrated Amazon Wallet Service from Oracle to Amazon Web Services to reduce latency, increase scalability, and reduce management complexity. Amazon moved more than 10 billion records from Oracle to Amazon DynamoDB to reduce latency by 50 percent.

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    Ambra Health Case Study

    Ambra Health used AWS to expand its SaaS medical imaging data platform to five new countries, meet strict data security requirements, and grow its domestic business. The company provides a SaaS platform for medical image sharing that is used by hospitals, medical groups, imaging centers, and health information exchanges. Ambra Health runs its PACS solution in AWS, relying heavily on Amazon EC2 and Amazon EBS.

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    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.

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    Asianet News built a serverless infrastructure with AWS to minimize workload and support 70 percent growth. Asianet News is one of India’s largest media groups. It uses Amazon DynamoDB with Amazon Lambda to support instantaneous scale in traffic without huge infrastructure costs.

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    Askey Case Study

    By using AWS, Askey Computer Corporation is ensuring that the growing number of travelers using Taipei Main Station, a railway station and major transportation hub in Taiwan, can move around easily and safely. Askey builds cutting-edge IT solutions that can support smart projects in major cities worldwide. The company runs the IT infrastructure supporting its Taipei Main Station smart project on the AWS Cloud, with Amazon EC2 instances for web applications and services. Askey uses Amazon Kinesis to collate data from thousands of smartphone apps, AWS Lambda to process that data, and Amazon DynamoDB to store it.

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    Astro Technology Case Study

    By using AWS deep-learning technologies, Astro took only six weeks to develop and deploy Astrobot Voice, the enterprise-grade voice email assistant that ships with its Astro email app. The company enables workplace teams to focus on what’s important by using machine learning to make their communications more effective and less time-consuming. Astro built Astrobot by using Amazon Lex for speech recognition and language understanding.

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    Atlassian Case Study

    Atlassian uses AWS to scale its issue-tracking software applications faster than before, provide improved services to tens of thousands of global customers, and enhance its disaster recovery and availability. The Australia-based organization provides software that helps developers, project managers, and content managers collaborate better. Atlassian uses Amazon EFS to support customers deploying JIRA Data Center on AWS, and also runs an internal issue-tracking application platform on AWS. 

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    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.

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    Australia Finance Group Case Study

    Australia Finance Group (AFG) has increased its investment in innovation to better grow its business and compete against fintech startups by reducing its annual IT operational spend by AU$500,000 (US$372,150) using AWS. According to the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia, AFG is one of the largest mortgage aggregators in the country. The company has migrated its main IT systems to the AWS Cloud, including a mission-critical Oracle Siebel CRM platform whose web and application servers run on Amazon EC2 instances and whose data warehouse is delivered using Amazon RDS.

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    Autodesk Case Study

    Using AWS, Autodesk can scale the use of generative design to run hundreds of simulations in one hour instead of several hours or days. Autodesk develops software for the engineering, design, and entertainment industries. Using services including Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Autodesk can focus on developing its machine-learning tools instead of managing infrastructure. Brian Mathews, VP of platform engineering at Autodesk, spoke onstage at re:Invent 2017.

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    Autodesk EC2 Spot Instances Case Study

    Autodesk creates design software that requires significant compute capacity for rendering. For Autodesk, the Rendering-as-a-Service (RaaS) workload was its single largest when measured by total spend. The company now relies on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances for significant cost savings on its RaaS function.

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    Autodesk Log Analytics Case Study

    Autodesk uses AWS to detect and fix application problems faster, improve log file analytics, and create an enterprise unified log data solution with a small IT team. The company creates software used by organizations in the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, and entertainment industries. Autodesk created a unified log data solution on AWS, taking advantage of Amazon Elasticsearch Service and other AWS services.

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    Autodesk Tailor

    Autodesk decreased turnaround time for new AWS accounts from two weeks to 10 minutes by building Tailor—a serverless, automated solution for “tailor-made” account creation—in the AWS Cloud. Autodesk sells software products for the architecture, construction, engineering, manufacturing, and media and entertainment industries. Tailor uses multiple AWS services, including AWS Lambda for its compute processes, Amazon DynamoDB as its persistence layer, and Amazon API Gateway.

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    Autodesk WorkSpaces Case Study

    Using AWS, Autodesk is able to set up and deploy 450 workstations at its Autodesk University events, saving nearly a week’s worth of time and thousands of dollars. Autodesk develops software for the engineering, design, and entertainment industries. Instead of renting physical hardware, Autodesk uses Amazon WorkSpaces to host its virtual workstations on zero clients, improving setup efficiency and reducing its carbon footprint. 

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    AWS Case Study - Hubble Connected

    By using AWS, Hubble Connected is helping people transform their households by installing connected devices that enable owners to control the home environment through voice commands or smartphone apps. Hubble Connected provides the Hubble platform as a service that delivers the backend infrastructure for manufacturers’ smart devices. Hubble runs on the AWS Cloud with services such as Amazon EC2 powering its applications, Amazon S3 storing billions of objects, and Amazon DynamoDB storing all metadata events.

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    AWS Case Study - PayEasy

    PayEasy saves TWD$25 million (US$810,000) and two hours of management time a day by migrating its Oracle RAC database to the AWS Cloud. PayEasy is a leading online retailer in Taiwan, with 5 million registered users. When the existing on-premises infrastructure for PayEasy’s mission-critical Oracle database was going end-of-life, the company migrated the database to the AWS Cloud and Amazon RDS for Oracle, with AWS WAF as the web firewall.

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    AWS Case Study - Weintek

    Weintek integrates Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities into its HMI service to help customers optimize machine performance. Weintek manufactures human-machine interfaces (HMIs), which allow people to control machine processes and monitor performance through a touchscreen interface. Weintek uses AWS IoT Core to enable the IoT capabilities of HMI and EasyAccess 2.0, with Amazon EC2 instances supporting web and authentication services.

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    AWS Case Study: Air Works

    By using AWS, Air Works has improved the performance of its operations by 84 percent and its response times by 160 percent. Air Works is one of India's largest independent aviation maintenance repair and overhaul companies. The company uses AWS to run all of its operations, including compute, identity and access management, and storage.  

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    AWS Case Study: Albrecht Dürer Airport Nuremberg

    Airport Nuremberg needed a flexible and scalable website to handle demand during peak periods. Infopark GA, an AWS partner, used AWS to deliver a highly available and secure website for Airport Nuremberg. The airport estimates saving 60-70% compared to previous web hosting costs.

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    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.

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    AWS Case Study: Burda Studios

    BurdaStudios delivers news 75 percent faster by using AWS technologies, supporting its leading celebrity website. is the most popular gossip portal in German-speaking Europe, attracting up to 35 million visits a month. By using a microservices architecture based on Amazon ECS and AWS Lambda, the website easily scales to cope with double the traffic during high-profile news events such as royal marriages or celebrity deaths.

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    AWS Case Study: ConnectWise

    ConnectWise uses AWS to easily detect and resolve application performance issues, troubleshoot problems in minutes instead of hours, and reduce latency and other challenges for customers. The organization provides an online business-management platform that IT services enterprises use to run their organizations more efficiently. ConnectWise uses AWS X-Ray to debug and monitor applications, and Amazon CloudWatch to monitor its overall IT environment.

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    AWS Case Study: Corporate Governance Risk

    Corporate Governance Risk Pty Ltd (CGR), developer of a web-based risk management application, found that moving to the AWS Cloud gave the company a competitive edge to deliver services to its European clients in seconds with virtually zero downtime.

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    AWS Case Study: Coway

    Coway is expanding its global market by introducing air purifiers, water purifiers, and other products that incorporate artificial intelligence and IoT. The company is also launching products that incorporate Amazon's artificial intelligence voice-recognition service, Alexa. Coway is Korea's leading consumer electronics company for water, air, and sleep. Coway has successfully built a serverless platform utilizing AWS's managed services. Using AWS managed services such as AWS IoT, AWS Lambda, and Amazon Kinesis, the company reduced the time and cost of building and running IT infrastructure and can focus on its core business.

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    AWS Case Study: D-Link

    D-Link Corporation, an international networking solutions provider, needed to launch its cloud-based service portal, mydlink, quickly and economically. By migrating to AWS, the company was able to build and deploy the portal in only six weeks, and estimates 30% faster service delivery to customers while reducing IT costs by roughly 50%.

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    AWS Case Study: Dole

    Needing a solution to host its Microsoft SharePoint solutions, Dole Food Company, chose AWS because of reliability and low cost. The company can launch a new SharePoint site in minutes on the AWS Cloud and has saved at $350,000 in operating expenses.

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    AWS Case Study: GE Business Integration Technologies Laboratory

    General Electrics’s Business Integration Technologies Laboratory wanted to re-imagine the manufacturing process, but was limited by the speed at which traditional environments can design, test, and build systems. The company took advantage of AWS GovCloud (US) to develop a new manufacturing platform that connects a global network of people and machines in a secure, compliant, and distributed environment.

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    AWS Case Study: GOL Airlines

    GOL Airlines developed an Intranet system that can offer diverse entertainment options to passengers in flight. By combining an innovative concept with the technical expertise of AWS, the airline gained agility and faster time-to-market without the expense of on-premises equipment.

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    AWS Case Study: Haven Power

    Haven Power serves the electricity needs of business customers in the East of England. The company began using AWS for disaster recovery, and has since migrated its billing services and data warehouse to AWS. By using AWS, the company has seen response times drop from 500 milliseconds to 80 milliseconds and saved significant upfront capital expenditure by deciding not to upgrade its on-premise data center.

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    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.

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    AWS Case Study: Hess Corporation

    When Hess Corporation announced divestiture plans for its downstream businesses in March 2013, the IT department decided to migrate the associated infrastructure in a way that would completely uncouple dependence from its on-premises datacenter. Working with APN partner, Nimbo, Hess leveraged AWS to prepare its Energy Marketing business for acquisition in only 6 months — a process that would have taken twice as long with an on-premises environment.

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    AWS Case Study: Hi-Media

    Hi-Media is the Internet publisher of the Fotolog photo blogging website. Hi-Media rebuilt the site and moved it to AWS where it can easily scale to meet the demands of Fotolog’s 32 million global users who have collectively posted 1 billion photos and 10 billion comments.

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    AWS Case Study: Hitachi

    Hitachi is a multinational conglomerate that helps enterprises manage their hybrid cloud infrastructure running on AWS with services such as IT consulting, architecting and development services, technical support, and SaaS enablement. Since 2013, Hitachi has trained more than 200 of its Solution Architects to improve how they support its customers' cloud deployments. As a result, Hitachi's Solution Architects can now be involved in more aspects of the company, including interacting with customers, being involved with sales cycles, and supporting expansion of the business.

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    AWS Case Study: Holiday Extras

    The Holiday Extras website ( sells airport parking, hotels, travel insurance, and other travel add-ons. In order to deal with seasonal peaks and troughs, and to meet its goal of developing hassle-free customer technology, the company moved their infrastructure to AWS and reduced latency by 20%.

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    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%.

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    AWS Case Study: Impossible Software

    Impossible Software is using AWS to provide a scalable global platform that allows its customers to render hundreds of personalized videos per second. The company provides a web-based video-rendering service, so customers can produce videos to convey unique information or marketing messages to thousands of their own customers. Impossible Software uses AWS for its editing, rendering, and logging environments, taking advantage of services including Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, and Amazon DynamoDB.

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    AWS Case Study: Infor

    Infor is one of the world's leading providers of enterprise software solutions, offering SaaS solutions to more than 70,000 global customers. The company leverages the flexibility of Amazon Web Services to give customers a subscription-based delivery model that significantly reduces their upfront capital expenditures.

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    AWS Case Study: John Holland

    John Holland migrated some 200 enterprise-grade workloads to the AWS Cloud in just seven months, reducing operational costs and improving service agility. John Holland is a leading integrated infrastructure and property company in Australia, having spearheaded projects such as the new Sydney Metro. The business is using Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS and Amazon S3.

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    AWS Case Study: JWT

    J. Walter Thompson (JWT) is a global marketing communications company with more than 200 offices in over 90 countries. Working with APN partner, CTERA Networks, the company migrated its on-premises tape backup solution to AWS. JWT's Africa-Middle East Region reports 63% in cost reduction on its backup solution running on AWS.

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    AWS Case Study: KAIST

    The Bio-Information System Laboratory (BISL) at KAIST is currently conducting CORUS research as part of the “bio-synergy research project,” a national policy research project run by the government. With the participation of the general public in the research, BISL is using AWS AutoScaling to respond to the influx of massive amounts of information, and AWS EMR to analyze large quantities of data.

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    AWS Case Study: Lafarge

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


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    AWS Case Study: LG Electronics

    LG Electronics (LG) launched LG ThinQ—a global brand of home appliances, consumer electronics, and services featuring artificial intelligence technology. LG manufactures home appliances such as TVs, refrigerators, and cooling fans.The Internet of Things (IoT) platform supporting LG ThinQ runs on AWS IoT Core, with Amazon ElastiCache and Amazon DynamoDB used for data services.

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    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.

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    AWS Case Study: Mahindra Satyam

    When Mahindra Satyam needed a way to share and manage documents for one of its clients, a top three global pharmaceutical company, it turned to AWS for a solution. Using various AWS products and services, including Amazon EC2, Mahindra Satyam delivers a secure, reliable, and effective result.

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    AWS Case Study: MAPFRE

    MAPFRE is the largest insurance seller in Spain and Latin America. The company saved €1.3 million in infrastructure costs and reduced development time from weeks to days by switching to Amazon Web Services from an on-premises solution.

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    AWS Case Study: Merrifield Garden Center

    AWS Consulting Providers, Protera Technologies and Savantis Group, helped Merrifield Garden Center use SAP on the AWS Cloud to reduce costs, improve the stability and security of their applications and data, and eliminate the burden of managing IT infrastructure hardware so they can focus on new customer-facing initiatives to grow their business.

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    AWS Case Study: MPS Technologies

    As its digital publishing business grew, MPS Technologies began to look for a secure and cost-effective way to grow its infrastructure. By using AWS, MPS is able to implement a high level of security, consistent with its on-premise environment, and the company projects a reduction of $450,000 in capital expenditures over a three-year period.

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    AWS Case Study: National Rail Enquiries

    NRE is a centralized online source of rail information in the UK, accessed by travelers all over the country. By using AWS, NRE reduced costs by 20% and eliminated unnecessary infrastructure while providing consistent service to users, even with loads up to 60% higher than normal.

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    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.

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    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.

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    AWS Case Study: Nisa Retail

    Nisa Retail is a member-owned, supply-chain service for independent food retailers based in the UK. Wanting to provide members with a mobile app, Nisa worked with APN partner, Intechnica, to develop the app on the AWS Cloud, reducing time to market by nearly 4 months and connecting the app to mission-critical systems without disruption.

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    AWS Case Study: NTT Docomo

    NTT DOCOMO, a leading mobile phone operator in Japan, experienced large traffic spikes in its mobile network service. Working with AWS Support, Enterprise-level, the mobile operator used the AWS Cloud to create a fast and agile development process and build a scalable voice recognition architecture able to serve over 60 million customers.

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    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.

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    AWS Case Study: Philips uses Redshift for Big Data

    Philips is a Dutch diversified technology company with sales and services available in more than 100 countries. The company’s U.S. healthcare division used Attunity CloudBeam, available on the AWS Marketplace, to upload 37 million records from an on-premises database to the AWS Cloud in just 90 minutes. By hosting its data on AWS, Philips can optimize any size data set within two hours, allowing its consultants and analysts to provide solutions quickly to its customers.

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    AWS Case Study: Pixels

    Pixels is a digital-advertising services company that delivers targeted ads to consumers on the web and mobile. The firm runs its ad server and analytics platforms in the AWS cloud. This has enabled Pixels to cut its time to market, excluding hardware procurement, from three months to one month.

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    AWS Case Study: Ramco

    Ramco Systems provides cloud-based enterprise solutions to more than 150,000 users in over 35 countries. By leveraging AWS, Ramco can improve server-provisioning time for customers by more than 80%, while reducing both its capital and operating expenditures by more than 40% compared to its on-premise data center.

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    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.

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    AWS Case Study: rplan

    Start-up financial services company rplan provides its customers with tools to help achieve financial goals. Building its infrastructure based on AWS has enabled rplan to contain costs, maintain a high level of performance, and support a growing user base.

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    AWS Case Study: S&P Capital IQ

    The S&P Capital IQ platform combines deep global company information and market research with powerful tools for fundamental analysis, idea generation, and workflow management. It provides easy access to both real-time and historical information on companies, markets, transactions, and people worldwide. The S&P data science team saves time and money by using the AWS Cloud to build intelligent analytics for the platform, taking advantage of AWS, including Amazon EMR and Amazon S3.

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    AWS Case Study: Sage Software

    The Professional Services team at Sage Software in Germany often spent hours configuring local virtual machines before meeting with customers. Sage Software used AWS to develop a cloud infrastructure that saves the team an estimated 500 hours per year of server configuration time, resulting in faster access to their training and consulting systems.

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    AWS Case Study: Seaco

    Seaco Global Ltd. is the world’s largest sea container leasing company, with more than $6 billion in assets. The company moved its daily business management software—including SAP Business Suite and SAP Solution Manager—from traditional data centers in the UK to AWS. As a result, the company cut its IT hosting and maintenance costs by 50 percent, dramatically improved performance of its SAP applications, and reduced the time it takes to complete its monthly billing process by 75 percent.

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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: SK Planet

    SK Planet provides e-commerce, messaging, and location-based services to consumers. By using AWS, the company was able to expand globally with new data center operations that take just one or two days to establish—compared to as much as three months in the past—and has reduced related costs by up to 50 percent.

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    AWS Case Study: ST Unitas

    ST Unitas is an EdTech company founded in 2010 with a vision of “removing the gap between the world’s rich and poor through education.” ST Unitas generated around 420 billion KRW (360 million USD) in annual sales in just seven years and has approximately 70 leading brands, including Youngdangi (for standardized English tests such as TOEIC and TOEFL) and Gongdangi (for civil service exams). The company also launched an artificial intelligence (AI)-based education service called STELLA in 2018, which was designed to help each student overcome their learning weaknesses, as well as a knowledge platform called CONECTS. With these, ST Unitas is expanding its services from education to knowledge.

    Taking over the Princeton Review in 2017, one of the top education institutions in the US, ST Unitas is growing into a global EdTech company. To handle the vast amount of video content and education data, the company is using machine learning on AWS. ST Unitas aims to provide services tailored to its customers’ needs through more organized and stable big data management.

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    AWS Case Study: Suncorp

    Suncorp Group, a leading Australian financial services organization, wanted to dream big and innovate without restriction to revitalize its complex and expensive IT environment. After a successful migration of mission-critical applications to AWS, the company plans to migrate 2,000 applications to the cloud.

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    AWS Case Study: TCL Communication

    TCL Communication wanted to introduce a new firmware update service, FOTA, to allow mobile phone users in more than 100 countries to upgrade their phones using the Internet. By using AWS, the China-based company is able to deliver FOTA to customers at near 100 percent availability, and at 10 times less the cost of a traditional data center.

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    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.

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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: Tradeworx

    Tradeworx, a financial technology company based in New Jersey, needed to help the SEC police market events such as the May 6, 2010 Flash Crash. By using AWS, Tradeworx was able to design an analytics platform that allows the SEC to reconstruct years of market data and analyze more than 3 billion data points in 2.8 seconds.

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    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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    AWS Case Study: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) BioSense program tracks public health problems to better prepare for and coordinate responses to safeguard the wellbeing of the American people. The CDC recently re-launched BioSense 2.0 on the AWS Cloud in AWS GovCloud (US) and other Regions. With AWS, the CDC can better share important health information among public health professionals and with partners in state and local governments while avoiding costly investments in hardware.

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    AWS Case Study: Viskase

    Viskase, a worldwide supplier of casing solutions for the food industry, collaborated with Protera Technologies to implement an SAP disaster recovery  (DR) solution. With a 24-hour, 7-day worldwide operation, Viskase needed a solution that would have limited downtime with reasonable costs. Viskase realized a 1-hour restore time and anticipates a 50% cost savings running the DR solution on AWS.

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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.

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    AWS Case Study: Willbros Group

    Willbros Group is a global contractor specializing in energy infrastructure and serving the oil, gas, and power industries. The company uses AWS to run its business applications, including Microsoft Office and Integra Link, a custom collaboration and analytics solution for managing pipeline integrity. Using AWS has enabled Willbros to bring projects to market 80 percent faster and scale compute resources on demand.

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    AWS Case Study: Woongjin Thinkbig

    Woongjin Thinkbig is a specialized educational service company that provides digital educational and cultural content. The organization recently launched a customized learning service built using artificial intelligence and an integrated data-analytics platform. The organization used Amazon Kinesis and Amazon EMR to analyze large data sets and provide meaningful results to customers.

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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: 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.

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    Axinom Case Study

    Axinom is a digital solutions provider that serves the media and entertainment industry with digital products focusing on the preparation, management, and security of digital content. Axinom products have powered some of the world’s biggest media, broadcast, and telecommunications organizations in launching scalable and robust OTT platforms around the globe.

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    Ayala Land Case Study

    By migrating SAP HANA workloads to the AWS Cloud, Ayala Land has seen an increase in performance by as much as 40 percent, and it projects a 24 percent cost savings over the next 5 years compared to running SAP HANA on premises. Ayala Land is a leading real-estate company with residential and commercial holdings throughout the Philippines. The enterprise uses Amazon EC2 to run its SAP HANA application and Amazon EBS as primary storage for all Amazon EC2 instances. Ayala Land facilitates automation and scripting with AWS Lambda and Amazon CloudWatch, and it strengthens system security using AWS Identity and Access Management.

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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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    Bayer Crop Science Case Study

    Bayer Crop Science uses AWS IoT to deliver real-time crop data analysis and support new corporate IoT initiatives. The company offers products and services to enable sustainable agriculture for farmers worldwide. Bayer Crop Science uses a new IoT pipeline based on the AWS IoT platform to collect and analyze seed data from fields across the globe.


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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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    Benchling Case Study

    Benchling reduces its CRISPR search times from 30 seconds to under 3 seconds, scales to support CRISPR workflows for more than a hundred organisms, and saves thousands of dollars monthly using AWS. The company provides a complete R&D platform used by thousands of life science researchers across the globe. Benchling runs its genome search platform on AWS, taking advantage of AWS Lambda serverless architecture.  

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    Biz2Credit provides Biz2X, a fully-managed digital lending platform that helps banks and financial institutions extend credit to small businesses. Using Amazon Rekognition has allowed Biz2Credit to improve the process efficiency for loan applications by digitalizing and analyzing customer information. This has enabled Biz2Credit to reduce the turnaround time for loan approvals from 7-10 days to 24-48 hours.

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    Blesh Case Study

    By using AWS, Blesh reduces its latency by up to 90 percent, enabling its airline clients to send flight tracking information to passengers in real time. The Blesh beacon technology and analytics platform is the largest in Turkey, boasting more than 100,000 sensors that over 250 brands utilize to inform their customers of upcoming offers and information. The company has been able to sort and analyze ever-increasing amounts of sensor data by using AWS services such as Amazon Redshift.  

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    Boingo Wireless Case Study

    Boingo Wireless uses AWS to run analytical queries in 25 seconds instead of 45 minutes, load one million data records in 20 seconds instead of two hours, and scale compute resources 20 times faster. Boingo Wireless provides mobile Internet access at more than one million Wi-Fi hotspots across the globe. The company runs its big-data warehouse and dev/test environments on AWS, and uses Amazon Redshift to ingest multiple terabytes of analytical data from different sources. 

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    BYJU'S Case Study

    BYJU’S uses AWS to deliver interactive learning content to more than 15 million students, gain deeper data analytics, and create innovative new products. The company provides online learning through a website and mobile app, reaching more than 900,000 subscribers globally. BYJU’S runs its primary website and several mobile apps on the AWS Cloud, and uses Amazon Redshift for data analytics. 

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    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.

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    Cadreon Case Study

    Cadreon processes big-data queries from thousands of sources in a few seconds and quickly scales to meet growing demand using AWS. The company provides programmatic advertising solutions to branding companies across the globe. Cadreon runs an audience-insights analytical platform on AWS.

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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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    Capital One Case Study

    Capital One is using AWS as a central part of its technology strategy. As a result, the bank plans to reduce its data center footprint from eight to three by 2018. Capital One is one of the nation’s largest banks and offers credit cards, checking and savings accounts, auto loans, rewards, and online banking services for consumers and businesses. It is using or experimenting with nearly every AWS service to develop, test, build, and run its most critical workloads, including its new flagship mobile-banking application. Capital One selected AWS for its security model and for the ability to provision infrastructure on the fly, the elasticity to handle purchasing demands at peak times, its high availability, and its pace of innovation. 

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    Capital One Connect Case Study

    Capital One trained contact-center associates in 30 minutes and achieved 100 percent adoption in five months using Amazon Connect. Capital One is one of the largest banks in the United States and offers credit cards, checking and savings accounts, auto loans, rewards, and online banking services for consumers and businesses. The flexibility of Amazon Connect allows the company to add new features in weeks instead of the three to six months required by its previous solution. 

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    Capital One DevOps Case Study

    Using AWS, Capital One cut the time needed to build new application infrastructure by more than 99 percent. Capital One is one of the largest banks in the United States and offers credit cards, checking and savings accounts, auto loans, rewards, and online banking services for consumers and businesses. Using the virtually instantaneous infrastructure available on AWS, the company's DevOps teams can start developing new products immediately. 

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    Capital One Training Case Study

    By providing its employees with training about cloud technology and the ability to gain AWS certifications, Capital One is attracting and retaining top talent. Capital One is one of the largest banks in the United States and offers credit cards, checking and savings accounts, auto loans, rewards, and online banking services for consumers and businesses.

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    Cathay Pacific Airways Case Study

    Cathay Pacific Airways, one of the world’s leading airlines, has improved software-development speeds by 67 percent using AWS. The airline flies to nearly 200 destinations in 49 countries and territories. Cathay Pacific Airways has boosted the performance of its business-critical website and enhanced development processes through web-application containerization on AWS. It uses Amazon EC2 instances to run its Red Hat OpenShift containerization platform, Amazon RDS for application and transactional data, and Amazon ElastiCache to enhance web-application speeds.

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    Celgene Case Study

    Celgene uses AWS to enable secure collaboration between internal and external researchers, allow individual scientists to launch hundreds or even thousands of compute nodes, and reduce the time it takes to do computational jobs from weeks to hours. Celgene is a global biopharmaceutical company that creates drugs that fight cancer and other diseases and disorders. Celgene runs its high-performance-computing research clusters, as well as its research collaboration environment, on AWS.

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    Celsa Group Case Study

    Celsa Group uses AWS to gain competitive advantage in the steel manufacturing industry through fast, cost-effective IT provisioning. Founded 50 years ago, the family-run firm produces steel products from recycled materials. Celsa Group uses AWS technologies, including Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, and Amazon Route 53 to run business and industrial applications, as well as its development and test environments.

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    Cerner Case Study

    Ryan Hamilton, SVP of Population Health at Cerner, describes how Cerner uses AWS and big data to gain actionable, real-time insights, simplifying healthcare delivery while reducing costs for payers, providers, and patients. Cerner, one of the leading suppliers of health information technology (HIT) solutions, chose AWS for its global reach and breadth of services, including machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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    Clever Case Study

    Clever delivers educational software to 65,000 schools—almost half of all US public schools—meets comprehensive data-security requirements, and complies with data-protection regulations using AWS. The company provides software that schools use to keep educational applications rostered and updated. Clever runs its software on AWS and takes advantage of AWS services to meet the highest security and compliance requirements. 

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    Comcast Case Study

    Comcast, the world's largest cable company and the leading U.S. provider of high-speed Internet and voice services, uses AWS in a hybrid environment to innovate and deploy features for its flagship video product, XFINITY X1, several times a week instead of once every 12-18 months under its old architecture.

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    Core Informatics Case Study

    By using AWS, Core Informatics quickly and securely deploys GxP-regulated applications, enabling life sciences customers to trace their products throughout the development cycle and save money. Core Informatics provides web-based laboratory management and informatics software to large life sciences and pharmaceutical companies, as well as midsize and startup organizations. The organization runs its lab informatics solutions—including Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS)—on the AWS Cloud. 

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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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    CSRA Case Study

    CSRA migrated more than 40 critical business applications to the cloud in just four months as a result of a spinoff and merger, met its customers’ data protection and regulatory compliance needs, and gained flexibility and agility by using AWS GovCloud (US). CSRA is one of the largest providers of next-generation IT services to US government agencies. The company was formed from the merger of the US Government Services business of CSC and SRA International in November 2015. It currently runs a growing number of customer-facing and internal applications on AWS GovCloud (US).

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    Custora Case Study

    Custora reduced its operational burden, eliminated downtime, and increased the speed of onboarding new customers by shifting client data to Amazon EFS. Custora is an advanced customer-segmentation platform built for retail, enabling marketing and CRM teams to easily create targeted customer lists to improve ROI for email, display ads, Facebook, and direct-mail campaigns. Custora uses Amazon EC2 for ingestion and analysis of large data sets, and Amazon EFS storage for its data-ingestion and analytics pipelines.

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    Davinci Case Study

    Davinci significantly boosts financial application performance, deploys customer applications in days instead of months, and enables compliance by using AWS. The company provides loan and mortgage software to financial institutions in the Netherlands and Belgium. Davinci migrated its Microsoft SQL Server–based application stack to Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL.

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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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    Decisiv Case Study

    Decisiv uses AWS to ensure high availability for a critical commercial trucking application platform, double developer productivity, and increase scalability while enhancing security and compliance. The company provides service relationship management (SRM) and business intelligence solutions for commercial assets. Decisiv migrated its SQL Server–based SRM platform to AWS, taking advantage of Amazon RDS for Aurora for performance and scalability.

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    Deltek Case Study

    Deltek saves a significant amount annually in licensing costs, scales quickly to support fast business growth, and stays compliant with regulatory requirements by using AWS. The company offers business software solutions to 22,000 project-based businesses worldwide. Deltek runs its customer-facing SaaS business on the AWS Cloud and takes advantage of Amazon EC2 Dedicated Instances and Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts to reduce licensing costs and stay in license compliance with Microsoft. 

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    DevFactory Case Study

    DevFactory reduces operating costs by up to 65 percent, invests more into new business growth, and migrates customers up to 60 percent faster using AWS. The Dubai-based software and services provider acquires software companies and optimizes their businesses. DevFactory hosts customer business applications on AWS, speeds the migration of new customers using AWS Import/Export Snowball, and supports additional customer applications with Amazon RDS for Aurora. 

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    DigitalGlobe Case Study

    Using AWS Snowmobile, DigitalGlobe is able to deliver petabytes of data in weeks instead of months while saving on costs, allowing the company to deliver data to its customers in the shortest possible amount of time. DigitalGlobe is one of the world’s leading providers of high-resolution Earth imagery, data and analysis. The company uses AWS Snowmobile to move up to 70 petabytes of archive data to the cloud, allowing it to move away from large file transfer protocols and delivery workflows.

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    DoHome Case Study

    DoHome operates as a retail and wholesale store, carrying a wide variety of construction materials, home improvements and home decorations products across Thailand. The company had first deployed their eCommerce system on AWS, enjoying a secured and scalable environment, and server runtime of 24/7 before deciding to move their SAP S/4 HANA system on AWS. Utilizing services such as Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon VPC and the best practices have helped reduce DoHome's go-to-market time and improved availability to better serve their customers.

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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.  

  • DTCC Case Study

    Robert Palatnick, chief technology architect at DTCC, describes how the centralized clearinghouse that processes 100 million transactions per day is transforming trade processing and analytics using AWS. DTCC is all in on AWS, running more than 20 workloads in a regulated environment that demands resilience, secure storage, and industry-wide collaboration.

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    DXC Technology Case Study

    DXC Technology uses AWS to cut provisioning time from three months to one week, automate software patching, reduce costs by two-thirds, and ensure high availability and reliability. The organization provides IT solutions and services to thousands of enterprises across the globe. DXC uses AWS CloudFormation templates to automatically deploy development environments, and relies on Amazon EC2 Systems Manager to automatically apply software patches to internal and external applications.

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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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    easyJet Case Study

    easyJet uses AWS to handle more than 900,000 bookings per hour while optimizing costs and creating better traveler experiences for 90 million passengers per year.

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    EDF Energy Case Study

    EDF Energy, the UK’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity, uses AWS to build and scale its PowerShift platform, which enables customers to manage and monetize their energy assets. Using AWS, the company reduced deployment time from days to 14 minutes.

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    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 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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    Through its use of AWS, has developed a highly scalable infrastructure for its entire technology stack while significantly reducing its operating costs. The company operates a car-buying website that is visited by 20 million people each month. hosts its website and back-end systems on AWS, employs Amazon Redshift as its data warehouse, and uses AWS CodeCommit as its source control service.  

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    ENEL Case Study

    By using AWS, Enel is saving 21 percent on compute costs and 60 percent on storage costs, has reduced provisioning time from four weeks to two days, and has transformed its business. Enel is an Italian multinational manufacturer and distributor of electricity and gas that serves 61 million customers. Enel uses AWS as its platform for IoT and energy management. Fabio Veronese, Head of Infrastructure and Technological Services, spoke onstage at re:Invent 2016.

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    Expedia Increases Agility and Resiliency by Going All In on AWS

    Expedia takes advantage of the AWS global infrastructure to reduce network latency, improve time-to-market, and create a standardized platform that enables continuous innovation. Expedia is a leading online travel company for leisure and business travelers that maintains websites worldwide to offer localized content to customers.

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    Experian Case Study

    Using AWS, Experian has built a big-data processing platform called Experian Ascend that will enable integrated analysis, development, and deployment of analytical and decisioning solutions for customers against 15 years of full-file U.S. credit data in the cloud. Experian is a global leader in consumer and business credit reporting and marketing services, with annual revenue of more than $4 billion. The company built its petabyte-scale data-ingestion and analytics solution using open-source technology running on Amazon EC2, with data stored in Amazon S3.

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    Faculty Case Study

    Faculty uses AWS to increase scalability, eliminate file storage management, and create innovative new features. The organization, based in London, provides machine-learning and data science platforms used by more than 2,000 data scientists worldwide. Faculty uses Amazon EFS for centralized file storage for its data science platform.

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    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.

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    Fanatics Case Study

    Fanatics uses the AWS Cloud to get real-time insights into customer behavior and buying patterns, to quickly analyze 100 terabytes of analytical data from multiple sources, and to reduce operational costs. Based in Florida, the company is a leading online retailer of licensed sports apparel and merchandise. Fanatics runs a cloud data lake for analytics based on AWS and the Attunity CloudBeam data ingestion and migration solution. 

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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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    FICO Case Study

    Using AWS, FICO delivers high-volume analytics software and tools to enterprises around the globe, including 95 percent of the largest financial institutions in the US. FICO is a data analytics company best known for producing the most widely used consumer credit scores that financial insititutions use in deciding whether to lend money or issue credit. FICO has migrated several core applications, including and its flagship analytics platform, the Decision Management Suite (DMS), to AWS, and will migrate additional applications over the next three years. 

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    FICO Lambda Case Study

    FICO uses AWS to unlock innovation, deploy software in a day instead of weeks, ensure compliance, and cut costs. The company provides predictive analytics and decision management software solutions to financial services institutions worldwide. FICO runs its Decision Management Suite on AWS Lambda and other AWS services.

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    FIGmd/EHNAC Case Study

    FIGmd demonstrates compliance with healthcare industry regulations, gives healthcare organizations confidence their data is protected, and differentiates its business by using AWS and earning EHNAC cloud accreditation. The company offers clinical-data registries and other solutions to a range of healthcare organizations throughout the United States. FIGmd runs its clinical-data registries on the AWS Cloud.

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    Financial Engines Cuts Costs 90% Using AWS Lambda and Serverless Computing

    Financial Engines is using AWS to reduce infrastructure costs by more than 90 percent and gain immense scalability. The largest independent investment advisor in the United States, Financial Engines offers technology-enabled portfolio-management services, financial planning, and investment guidance to more than nine million people nationwide. The firm runs its core computational engine on a serverless architecture using AWS Lambda. 

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    Finra Case Study - Data Validation

    FINRA moved an on-premises data-validation process to AWS, achieving significant cost savings, reducing management overhead, and cutting response times from three minutes to less than one minute. FINRA oversees securities broker-dealers in the United States, including analyzing up to 75 billion market events daily to identify fraud and insider trading. FINRA stores data on Amazon S3, uses AWS Lambda to perform validation, hosts a controller on Amazon EC2, and employs Amazon SQS to coordinate microservices.

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    Flatiron Health

    Flatiron Health delivers software faster, organizes and improves the quality of oncology data, and ensures regulatory compliance by running its applications on AWS. The company provides software to clinicians to manage their practice, workflow, and patient health information. Flatiron runs its critical data-management and research applications on AWS. 

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    Foreks Case Study

    Foreks wanted to reduce time to market and management overheads for its financial market data services. It has gone all-in on AWS, moving many services to serverless architectures, automating deployments, and building a DevOps culture. This provides many benefits, reducing the deployment time from weeks to minutes, and saving up to 75% on infrastructure costs.

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    GE Appliances Case Study

    In just two years, GE Appliances shifted to a DevOps approach, adopted a cloud-only policy, and achieved total visibility into its hybrid infrastructure by using AWS Management Tools and other AWS solutions. The company has been making appliances for more than 125 years. GE Appliances uses Amazon EC2 Systems Manager, AWS CloudTrail, and AWS Config to gain total, real-time visibility into its hybrid infrastructure, automate response scenarios, and eliminate manual security processes.

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    GE Healthcare Case Study

    GE Healthcare aims to improve patient outcomes by reducing workflow processing time through sharing of medical image data across specialists and referring physicians. The organization manufactures and distributes diagnostic imaging equipment, as well as imaging agents and radiopharmaceuticals used in medical imaging procedures. GE Healthcare runs its GE Health Cloud, which will connect to 500,000 imaging devices, on AWS.

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    GE Power Case Study

    GE Power uses data analytics on AWS to help power plant customers save millions of dollars, stream 500,000 data records per second, and scale to support the ingestion of 20 billion sensor-data tags. The company provides utilities and power companies throughout the world with solutions for power generation. GE Power runs its key data-analytics application on AWS, using Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Amazon Elastic MapReduce.

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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-Pacific Case Study

    Georgia-Pacific uses AWS to increase profits by millions of dollars, improve selected plant process productivity by 30 percent, and predict equipment failure 60–90 days in advance. The organization is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of paper and pulp products. Georgia-Pacific uses an AWS-based advanced analytics solution to collect and analyze data from equipment at manufacturing facilities across North America.

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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

    By migrating the database for a key workload out of Oracle and onto the AWS Cloud, Globe Telecom has freed up 20 processors and 40 cores and will save $1 million in licensing fees. Globe Telecom is the leading provider of mobile and broadband services in the Philippines. The enterprise now runs open-source PostgreSQL using Amazon EC2.

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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 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.

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    GoPro Containers Case Study

    GoPro containerized its microservices architecture for GoPro Plus using Amazon Elastic 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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    Growmark Case Study

    With the help of APN Partner Lemongrass Consulting, GROWMARK rapidly transitioned mission-critical SAP applications to the AWS Cloud. GROWMARK is an agricultural cooperative that provides agronomy, energy, grain marketing, and risk management services. The new cloud environment relies on Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 to ensure system resiliency and enable future company growth.

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    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.

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    GulfMark Offshore Case Study

    GulfMark Offshore uses AWS to save $25,000 a month in operating costs, scale business applications up or down on demand, and ensure reliability and high availability for its critical SAP environment. The global energy services company operates and manages more than 70 oil and gas industry support vessels. GulfMark runs dozens of SAP applications on AWS and is in the process of migrating additional applications to the AWS cloud.  

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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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    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.

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    IDEXX Case Study

    IDEXX uses AWS to deliver a wide range of solutions for veterinary practices. IDEXX is a global leader in veterinary diagnostic equipment and reference laboratory services. The company uses AWS IoT to identify equipment-maintenance needs, stores and serves millions of images weekly with its Image Manager service leveraging Amazon S3, and built an enterprise data lake using Amazon EMR.

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    By using AWS Auto Scaling and Elastic Load Balancer, IMIconnect scales up and down automatically based on spikes in actual customer interaction volumes.

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    InCred Case Study

    Using AWS, InCred can securely store vast amounts of financial data and rapidly introduce new lending products to an expanding customer base with development times as short as two weeks. InCred is a diversified financial services group that provides secured and unsecured loans to individuals and small businesses in India. The company uses Amazon EC2 for core computing, Amazon DynamoDB to capture unstructured loan data, and AWS Lambda as a streaming engine on Amazon DynamoDB. It also uses Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront to deploy the front end of its system for customer access.

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    Infor EBS Case Study

    Infor saves 75 percent on monthly database-backup costs, completes application backups 30 percent faster, and keeps pace with global business growth by going all in on AWS. The organization provides enterprise resource planning and other software solutions to a range of enterprises worldwide. Infor runs more than 30 customer-facing applications on the AWS Cloud. 

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    InhibOx Case Study

    Pharmaceutical company, InhibOx, requires virtually unlimited compute capacity for drug discovery research. AWS provides the capacity that InhibOx needs while reducing computing costs by hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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    Instapage Case Study

    Using AWS, Instapage increased customer in-app activity by 10 percent, enabled marketing and customer success with powerful on-demand reporting, and identified a billing error that will save the company tens of thousands of dollars. The company offers a software-as-a-service solution to build and optimize landing pages for advertising campaigns. Instapage’s data team implemented Amazon Redshift—alongside various analytics tools—to aggregate, warehouse, and synthesize data on a 2 TB cluster.  

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    Intuit Case Study

    Nhung Ho, Head of Data Science at Intuit Quickbooks, discusses how the financial and tax-preparation software company uses AWS to better serve its customers. Intuit is all in on AWS and uses Amazon SageMaker to train its machine-learning models quickly and at scale, cutting the time needed to deploy the models by 90 percent.

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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 website on the AWS Cloud.

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    Kemppi Case Study

    Kemppi used AWS to bring its IoT solution for its flagship welding machine to market and cut the cost of software development by approximately 50 percent. The Finnish company, with a history of innovation, designs and manufactures welding equipment and application software. It launched its IoT-enabled machine using AWS technologies including AWS IoT Core, AWS Lambda, and Amazon Elasticsearch Service.

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    KENT RO Systems Limited Case Study

    KENT has cut the IT spend on its IT Infrastructure and cloud services by 10 percent by migrating to AWS. The company provides technologically advanced healthcare products ranging from purifiers to water softeners in India. Today, KENT runs its CRM and other business critical applications on Amazon EC2 instances. The company is also using Amazon Device Farm to drive the development of multiple customer-facing apps.

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    Korean Broadcasting System Case Study

    Using AWS, Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) scales to meet surges in demand for media content, completes jobs with just a few clicks, and saves 50 percent on event services. KBS is a public broadcasting station that broadcasts many types of programs in Korea and other parts of the world.

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    Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) Case Study

    LTI is running SAP S/4HANA on the highly agile AWS Cloud, enabling the company to scale the environment in minutes when it used to take weeks to scale the company’s former on-premises environments. LTI provides IT consulting and digital services to companies in 27 countries. It runs SAP S/4HANA on the AWS Cloud using Amazon EC2 instances to support the applications and database, Amazon EBS for storage, Amazon S3 for backups, and AWS Lambda for optimization.

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    LexisNexis Case Study

    LexisNexis Legal & Professional supports more than 2 billion searchable documents, including legal information and news content, cuts server deployment time from several weeks to hours and gains stronger database performance by using AWS. The organization provides legal research and other services to a worldwide subscriber base. LexisNexis runs its News Archive search service in the AWS cloud.

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    Librato Case Study

    Using AWS, Librato reduced database latencies by up to 500 milliseconds, cut operational costs by 35 percent, and lowered database recovery times to minutes instead of hours. The company offers a cloud-based monitoring platform its customers use to collect, visualize, and store streaming application data. Librato runs its cloud-monitoring platform on AWS, supporting hundreds of Cassandra database instances on Amazon EBS volumes.

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    Lockheed Martin Case Study

    Lockheed Martin quickly migrated its SAP Suite on HANA to the AWS Cloud, gaining business agility and cost savings and ensuring compliance with key industry data protection regulations. The organization is a developer of aerospace and defense systems for the U.S. military and global U.S. allies. Lockheed Martin is running its SAP Suite on HANA on AWS for test and development workloads, utilizing Amazon EC2 X1 instance types for strong system performance. 

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    Louisiana Department of Corrections Case Study

    The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections enables lab-based educational and vocational training using the ATLO Software system for thousands of inmates at four correctional facilities using AWS. The department manages nine correctional facilities across the state. It uses Amazon WorkSpaces within an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud environment to provide a secured learning environment for inmates.

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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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    Mann+Hummel Case Study

    With more than 75 years of experience in the area of filtration, MANN+HUMMEL is a leading global filtration specialist providing air filtration solutions with high technical quality, innovative design and strong performance. The company covers a range of sectors from indoor air solutions to automotive industry, mechanical engineering and water filtration. MANN+HUMMEL deployed its IoT solutions on AWS in Singapore and utilizes services such as AWS Lambda and AWS IoT Platform. Since using AWS, MANN+HUMMEL enjoys rapid go-to-market and effortless scalability for its smart IoT filter solutions despite its global market base.

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    Manthan Case Study

    Manthan reduces deployment times from months to days by delivering its retail analytics and business intelligence solutions from the AWS Cloud. Manthan delivers software-as-a-service (SaaS) business intelligence and analytics solutions to retail and consumer businesses across the world. The SaaS platform uses AWS services including Amazon EC2 for compute, Amazon Kinesis for processing big data, and Alexa Voice Service for voice-activated business insight.

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    Matillion Case Study

    Matillion is able to process data up to 100X faster than traditional ETL/ELT tools by using Amazon Redshift. Matillion is a cloud analytics software vendor based in London, UK. Matillion ETL is a modern ETL/ELT tool built specifically for Amazon Redshift and is delivered as an Amazon Machine Image on the AWS Marketplace. 

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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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    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.

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    Mercado Libre EC2 Case Study

    By incorporating Amazon EC2 Spot Instances into its hybrid architecture, Mercado Libre reduced its monthly infrastructure costs by 31 percent. Mercado Libre, an e-commerce platform in Latin America, serves more than 200 million users in 18 countries. The company shifted about 8,000 Amazon EC2 Reserved and On-Demand Instances to Spot Instances and automates provisioning decisions with an internally built application that includes Amazon Athena.


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    MicroStrategy Case Study

    MicroStrategy uses AWS to deploy a full platform in 30 minutes instead of weeks, help companies empower employees with analytical data, and transform its internal operations. The company offers an analytics and mobility software platform used by enterprises in 60 countries. MicroStrategy offers its full analytics and mobility platform on the AWS Cloud, taking advantage of services such as Amazon EFS and Amazon EC2.

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    Mikros Case Study

    Mikros Image produces animations in under 20 months, spins up 2,000 nodes in less than two minutes, and iterates three times faster using AWS. The company is a visual-effects and animation studio that produces feature films and television shows worldwide. Mikros used the AWS Cloud to support its animation-rendering work for the feature film Sherlock Gnomes.

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    Mitsui Coal Holdings Case Study

    Using AWS, Mitsui Coal Holdings ensures 99.99 percent uptime for its SAP S/4HANA environment and delivers key performance indicator reports in seconds. Mitsui Coal Holdings invests in joint-venture coal mining projects across Australia. The company is running its SAP S/4HANA installation on Amazon EC2 instances, which support the system’s database and applications, and uses Amazon S3 to store files and backups.

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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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    Monsanto Case Study

    By running its geospatial data platform on AWS, Monsanto quickly scales to meet growth, provisions compute and storage in seconds, and sets up development and test environments in minutes instead of months. Monsanto provides agricultural products that support farmers and other customers throughout the world. The company uses Amazon Elastic File System to support its geospatial data and analytics solution.

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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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    Movable Ink Case Study

    Movable Ink uses AWS to query seven years’ worth of historical data and get results in moments, with the flexibility to explore data for deeper insights. Movable Ink provides real-time personalization of marketing emails based on a wide range of user, device, and contextual data, driving higher response rates and better customer experiences. The company uses the Amazon Athena serverless query service to analyze data stored in Amazon S3, gaining insights to improve results for customers’ marketing campaigns.

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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 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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    Multiview Financial Software Case Study

    Multiview Financial Software uses AWS to deliver its ERP solution as a SaaS application, avoid years of development and millions of dollars in costs, and reach more customers. The organization provides financial management software used by enterprises in more than 40 industries. Multiview relies on Amazon AppStream 2.0 to deliver a browser-based version of its primary financial management application.

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    MYOB Case Study

    Using AWS, MYOB scales its infrastructure to support demand for new services and saves up to 30 percent by shutting down unused capacity and using Reserved Amazon EC2 Instances. MYOB provides business management software to about 1.2 million organizations in Australia and New Zealand. MYOB uses a wide range of AWS services, including Amazon Machine Learning, to build smart applications incorporating predictive analytics and AWS CloudFormation scripts to create new AWS environments in the event of a disaster. 

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    National Bank of Canada Case Study

    National Bank of Canada’s Global Equity Derivatives Group (GED) uses AWS to process and analyze hundreds of terabytes of financial data, conduct data manipulations in one minute instead of days, and scale and optimize its operations. GED provides stock-trading solutions and services to a range of organizations throughout the world. The organization runs its data analysis using the TickVault platform on the AWS Cloud. 

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    National Geographic Case Study

    National Geographic Partners (NGP) used a serverless architecture for an app that provides personalized access to its 130-year, multichannel content catalog. NGP, a joint venture between National Geographic and 21st Century Fox, provides premium science, adventure, and exploration content across a huge portfolio of media assets. The National Geographic App uses AWS Lambda, Amazon Rekognition, and Amazon CloudSearch to build user profiles, automatically tag images, and serve refreshed, engaging content each time a user visits.

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    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.  

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    Netflix Case Study

    Netflix is a leading Internet television network with over 57 million members in nearly 50 countries. The company uses AWS to deliver billions of hours of content per month to users worldwide and run its analytics platform. By using AWS, Netflix can operate a 10 PB data ‘warehouse’ to measure and understand its users’ streaming experience.

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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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    New York Public Library Case Study

    New York Public Library (NYPL) revamped its fractured IT environment—which had older technology and legacy computing—to a modernized platform on AWS. The New York Public Library is a provider of free books, information, ideas, and education for more than 17 million patrons a year. Using Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon RDS and Auto Scaling, NYPL is able to build scalable, repeatable systems quickly at a fraction of the cost.

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    Newforma Case Study

    AWS enables Newforma to scale its project information management (PIM) solution to meet global growth, deploy software updates in weeks instead of months, and ensure strong security and high availability. The company offers PIM solutions to architecture, engineering, and construction customers throughout the world. Newforma runs its cloud-hosted products and features on the AWS Cloud. 

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    NTUC Link Case Study

    NTUC Link is part of the NTUC (National Trades Union Congress) social enterprise and primarily focuses on the loyalty business in Singapore, with close to 2 million members. Its programs include LinkPoints and Plus!, which enables members to use points for shopping and purchasing goods. Using AWS services such as Amazon Redshift, Amazon RDS, Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 to support its data and analytics pipeline, it has been able to provide insights to merchants and customers much quicker than before, which helps its merchants deliver better personalized services to their customers. By running on AWS, NTUC Link enjoys a faster time to market for its new products and features releases.

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    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.

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    Onefi Case Study

    OneFi uses AWS to innovate faster, disburse 1,500 loans a day instead of 500 a week, and to stay compliant with GDPR and other industry regulations. The company provides loans to small businesses in Nigeria and other African countries. OneFi runs its key mobile app, Paylater, on the AWS Cloud and takes advantage of Amazon Rekognition to offer image detection and automated identity verification capabilities.

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    Openeye Scientific Case Study

    OpenEye Scientific Software uses AWS to save $800,000 yearly, help pharmaceutical companies deploy tens of thousands of processing cores in weeks instead of months, and improve the sharing of drug data. The company, based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, develops drug discovery software for large pharmaceutical companies and other life sciences organizations. OpenEye runs Orion, its computational chemistry platform for computer-aided drug design, on the AWS Cloud, taking advantage of Amazon EC2 Spot Instances  to reduce costs.

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    OTN Case Study

    OTN uses AWS so it can spend more time serving customers and less time managing infrastructure; gain real-time view of platform capacity; and resolve technical issues in one week instead of six months. The organization uses videoconferencing to offer access to care for patients in every hospital and hundreds of other locations throughout the province. OTN migrated its videoconferencing platform to the AWS Cloud, using services such as Amazon EC2 and AWS Auto Scaling to automate provisioning.

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    Pacific Inter-Link Case Study

    Pacific Inter-Link, one of the leading MME (Manufacturer – Marketer – Exporter) organisations in Malaysia, has a global workforce of nearly 7,000 and is primarily focused on the export of commodities, consumer goods and services from Malaysia and the Far East to Global Markets. Using AWS for its deployment of SAP workloads, Pacific Inter-Link has enjoyed a significant reduction in infrastructure spend together with quicker deployments and automation improvements for their daily workloads. In addition, using AWS services such as AWS CloudTrail, Amazon CloudWatch and AWS Lambda have resulted in excellent utilization of AWS infrastructure and substantial savings which is expected to accrue over the next 3 years. 

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    Prime Video - Boosts Scale and Resilience migrated a service that supports Prime Video from Oracle to Amazon Web Services to increase elasticity and reliability while reducing cost. Prime Video is the video-streaming service from Amazon, the world’s leading online retailer. Amazon moved billions of rows of data to Amazon DynamoDB with zero downtime.

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    ProteanTecs Case Study

    proteanTecs uses the AWS Cloud to run tens of millions of simulations in parallel, reduce costs by up to 60 percent, and concentrate on creating new products. The company, based in Israel, provides software and embedded sensors for predicting failures in electronic systems. proteanTecs runs its HPC workloads on AWS, relying on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances to lower costs.

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    ProtectWise Case Study

    ProtectWise uses AWS as the basis for an innovative security-analytics solution, enabling customers to store petabytes of networking data and analyze it in seconds. ProtectWise delivers automated threat detection, pervasive visibility, and unlimited forensic exploration, all from the cloud and on demand. The company uses Amazon EBS to buffer incoming data before storing it in Amazon S3, and uses Amazon EC2 to power data processing and analytics.

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    Qube Research and Technologies Case Study

    Qube Research & Technologies (QRT) enables better investment recommendations, delivers investment strategies to market in weeks instead of months, and onboards new researchers faster using AWS. The company, based in the United Kingdom, offers quantitative and systematic investment management services. QRT processes financial trading data and runs an HPC application environment on the AWS Cloud.

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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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    Rackspace Case Study

    Rackspace modernized its contact center using Amazon Connect, enabling it to easily optimize call flows without specialized engineering skills. Rackspace is one of the world’s largest IT managed-services providers. The company uses Amazon Connect as its contact center, Amazon Kinesis and Amazon Redshift for data ingestion and warehousing, and Amazon CloudWatch to monitor call characteristics. 

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    Razorpay Case Study

    By using AWS, Razorpay completes data migration with less than four minutes’ downtime and minimizes disruption to merchants using its online-payment gateway. Founded in 2015 and headquartered in Bangalore, India, Razorpay’s payment-gateway services are used by more than 30,000 merchants. The business is using a range of AWS services, including Auto Scaling to automate the process of scaling and Amazon EC2 instances to support peaks and troughs in demand.  

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    Reckon Case Study

    Reckon achieves 99.999 percent availability and scales to support traffic surge now that its online and hosted accounting solution is running on AWS. Reckon provides accounting software for small to midsize businesses, and practice-management software for larger accounting practices in Australia and New Zealand. To meet customers’ expectations, the business uses AWS services such as Auto Scaling to support spikes in traffic, and AWS Elastic Beanstalk to manage tasks such as capacity provisioning and load balancing. 

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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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    Royal Dutch Shell Case Study

    Relying on AWS as its infrastructure provider of choice for its Splunk Enterprise cybersecurity solution, Royal Dutch Shell matured a large data lake for historical analysis. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Royal Dutch Shell is a British-Dutch multinational oil and gas company with operations in more than 70 countries and an interest in 22 refineries around the globe. The company uses Amazon EC2 and Amazon EBS for its Splunk environment on AWS, which helps it find more than twice as many events that could have resulted in security incidents and breaches. 

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    Samsung Heavy Industries Case Study

    Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has launched its SmartShip platform three months faster running on AWS than on-premises. SHI is a leader in maritime technology and shipbuilding. It uses such AWS services as Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon S3, Amazon CloudTrail, Amazon Elasticsearch Service, and Amazon VPC. 

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    San Francisco State University Case Study

    San Francisco State University, in collaboration with the Stanford Helix Group, needed to accelerate computations for their research project, FEATURE. Using machine learning techniques and Amazon EC2, the teams were able to complete research that previously would have taken them weeks in just hours while reducing computing costs.

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    Sara Assicurazioni Case Study

    Sara Assicurazioni uses AWS to launch applications in minutes instead of days, ensure compliance with financial services regulations, and increase innovation. The organization is a leading Italian provider of insurance services to customers throughout Italy. Sara Assicurazioni migrated more than 60 mission-critical business applications to the AWS Cloud.

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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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    SGN Case Study

    By migrating to AWS, SGN has become more secure and agile while reducing costs. SGN is a United Kingdom gas-distribution company that manages the distribution network for natural and green gas to almost six million homes and businesses across Scotland and the south of England. The company runs multiple workloads on AWS, including key analytics platforms and mobile applications.


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    ShootProof Case Study

    ShootProof relies on AWS to deliver photos to photographers five times faster, improve the customer experience, and focus more on developing new features. The company is an online marketplace used by tens of thousands of photographers monthly. ShootProof uses Amazon EFS for fully managed, centralized file storage for its digital media packaging workflow system.

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    Siemens Cybersecurity Case Study

    Siemens built an AI-enabled cybersecurity platform on AWS. The company is a global electrification, automation, and digitalization leader. The platform uses Amazon SageMaker to make predictions and act, AWS Glue to extract, transform, and load data, and AWS Lambda to run code in response to events.

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    Siemens IC Case Study

    Siemens built a serverless AWS solution to analyze and reduce power plant alerts. The company provides power, medical, laboratory, and manufacturing solutions. The solution uses AWS Lambda to orchestrate analytics and Amazon DynamoDB to hold the results of analytics processes.

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    SimScale Case Study

    With AWS, five students were able to set up a simulation business—called SimScale—that has attracted 100,000 users in just four years. SimScale makes computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis, and thermal simulation available to anyone via a web browser, so companies can make better-informed design decisions. SimScale runs its application using AWS services including Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3.


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    Software AG Case Study

    Software AG, an AWS Partner Network Technology Partner, has increased its operational efficiency and has been able to pursue a number of joint go-to-market opportunities by deciding to go all-in on AWS. Software AG offers the first end-to-end digital business platform—based on open standards, with integration, process management, adaptive application development, real-time analytics and enterprise architecture management as core building blocks—to help customers build digital futures today. Software AG also participates in the AWS SaaS Partner Program.  

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    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.

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    Sparta Systems Case Study

    Sparta Systems uses the AWS Cloud to host quality-management systems for the life sciences industry that maintain data integrity, foster collaboration across a company’s quality ecosystem, and enable customers to deliver safer products to consumers. Sparta Systems hosts a solution on which pharmaceutical and medical-device companies can operate validated workloads that can be secured, analyzed, and verified by regulatory agencies. Using a variety of AWS services, it helps these customers minimize the costs and work interruptions that come with regulatory investigations and manage quality for processes across their entire production life cycle.

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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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    Stock Exchange of Thailand Case Study

    Using AWS, the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) launched a comprehensive trading platform for startups in just eight months, ensuring compliance with strict regulatory guidelines and security protocols for personal data protection. SET acts as a center for securities trading in the country, offering a range of products and services to domestic and international customers. The enterprise uses Amazon EC2 for its online trading platforms, as well as Amazon RDS and Elastic Load Balancing for its AWS Cloud–native products. For its latest product launch, SET integrated Amazon S3 for file and document storage and AWS Key Management Service for use with blockchain technology.

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    Superior Group Case Study

    Superior Group uses AWS to make SAP processes three times faster, scale its SAP environment to keep pace with new growth, and perform database failovers in minutes instead of days. The company provides a range of staffing and consulting services to organizations throughout the world. Superior Group runs its SAP ERP, PI, NetWeaver Gateway, and BusinessObjects systems in production on AWS.  

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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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    TechnologyOne Case Study

    Using AWS, TechnologyOne simplified its business model and is now able to move faster with more focus on the customer. TechnologyOne is an enterprise software company based in Australia. The company moved its IT environment from physical data centers and into the AWS cloud, eliminating the need to manage infrastructure.

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    TerrAvion Case Study

    TerrAvion uses AWS to store and process aerial imagery, deliver images to agricultural customers overnight, and help farmers improve crop yields. The company is one of the largest providers of high-resolution aerial images by volume for farmers across the US and Brazil. TerrAvion runs its aerial-image data-processing application on Amazon EC2 and uses Amazon S3 and Amazon S3 Glacier to store multiple terabytes of images every day.

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    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.

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    Thomson Reuters Case Study

    Thomson Reuters uses AWS as the platform for its Product Insight analytics solution, which can process more than 4,000 events per second and scales automatically to accommodate increases in traffic during breaking news. Thomson Reuters provides professionals with the intelligence, technology, and human expertise they need to find trusted answers. Product Insight captures and processes data using Amazon Kinesis and AWS Lambda, stores it using Amazon S3, and secures it using AWS Key Management Service.

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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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    TLG Aerospace

    TLG Aerospace reduces computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation costs by 75 percent, scales aerodynamic simulations to more than a thousand cores, and gained online simulation metrics by using AWS. TLG is a growing aerospace engineering organization that conducts CFD analysis of aircraft for a worldwide customer base. The company runs simulations on AWS and uses Amazon CloudWatch to monitor CFD job progress online.

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    TLG Commerce Case Study

    Using AWS, TLG Commerce delivers high availability and instant scaling for its customers’ online stores. The firm creates customized virtual storefronts through its LogiCommerce e-commerce solution for clients such as Muji, Herman Miller, and Lacoste. TLG Commerce uses Amazon CloudFront for content delivery worldwide, while Auto Scaling in Amazon EC2 handles fluctuations in load. 

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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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    TraceLink Case Study

    Using AWS, TraceLink helps life sciences companies achieve compliance with global track-and-trace regulations in GxP-compliant environments, scales its data-exchange network to support hundreds of thousands of supply chain partners, and helps companies save millions of dollars. The organization provides a track-and-trace network that connects life sciences companies and stops counterfeit drugs from entering the marketplace. TraceLink runs its cloud-based track-and-trace solution and data exchange on the AWS Cloud. 

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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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    Travis Perkins Case Study

    Using AWS, Travis Perkins plc is creating a continuous-development and -deployment cycle, supporting its businesses by increasing automation and boosting performance of mission-critical systems. The group, which operates 21 brands including home-improvement site Wickes, has supplied materials to the United Kingdom’s building and construction markets for more than 200 years. The firm uses AWS technologies including Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS to run SAP Hybris environments for the group’s digital store fronts.  

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    Tui Case Study

    Watch Pieter Jordaan, TUI’s director of IT engineering, discuss how the company is undergoing a digital transformation by migrating its on-premises data centers to the AWS Cloud using the AWS Migration Acceleration Program, and delivering richer, more personalized customer experiences through machine learning.

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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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    Union Medical Healthcare (UMH) Case Study

    Union Medical Healthcare (UMH) can produce key financial reports 50 percent faster while giving executives real-time insight into the company’s business performance with SAP S/4HANA Finance running on AWS. UMH provides medical and healthcare services in the Greater China Region. UMH uses SAP S/4HANA Finance, which it runs in an Amazon VPC with Amazon EC2 instances supporting applications and the in-memory database, and it relies on Amazon EBS for storing data.

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    Upserve Case Study

    Upserve quickly develops and trains more than 100 learning models, streams restaurant sales and menu item data in real time, and gives restaurateurs the ability to predict their nightly business using Amazon Machine Learning. The company provides online payment and analytical software to thousands of restaurant owners throughout the U.S. Upserve uses Amazon Machine Learning to provide predictive analysis through its Shift Prep application.

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    USG Boral Case Study

    USG Boral has developed an AI-powered safety solution on AWS to detect and prevent accidents from occurring, using near-real-time analytics with less than 300 milliseconds latency. Headquartered in Malaysia, USG Boral manufactures and supplies gypsum-based wall and ceiling systems. The company uses AWS IoT Greengrass and AWS IoT Core to connect forklifts to ML models on the cloud and takes advantage of Lambda@Edge to run code.

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    Vancouver International Airport Case Study

    Vancouver International Airport’s (YVR) Innovative Travel Solutions team uses AWS to provide high availability and security for its BORDERXPRESS Automated Passport Control solution and to easily scale the solution to accommodate expansion to new airports. YVR, one of the world’s busiest airports, is served by 55 airlines. The organization runs the solution on AWS, using multiple AWS Availability Zones for redundancy and taking advantage of AWS CloudFormation templates to refresh virtual servers and test images before sending them to production.

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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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    ViaSat Case Study

    Viasat built a business-critical data-ingestion platform using AWS, adopting Amazon EBS st1 volumes for optimal I/O performance and simplified storage management. Viasat is a satellite-communications provider that connects residential customers, flight passengers and crews, and military operations across the globe to the internet through trusted communications ground services, infrastructure, and personnel. The company runs Apache Kafka on Amazon EC2 using Amazon EBS storage.  

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    Virgin Trains Case Study

    Virgin Trains, a train operating company in the United Kingdom, improves customer experience through innovation by using AWS. The company fulfills train ticket purchases by using a decoupled AWS backend and an end-to-end process, from invoking the Amazon Alexa Skills, to payment with Amazon Pay, to getting a PDF ticket through Amazon Simple Email Service (SES).

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    Visy Case Study

    Visy has increased the performance of its business-critical SAP environment by moving to AWS—increasing database and application performance by 28 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Visy is a global leader in packaging and recycling solutions. The organization runs its SAP infrastructure on Amazon EC2 X1 instances with Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS for data storage, and Amazon Redshift supporting real-time business reporting. 

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    Vocus Communications Case Study

    Vocus Communications developed a data-analytics platform 75 percent faster by using AWS and engaging APN Partner Bryte Systems. Vocus is a telecommunications company in Australia delivering a range of services, including broadband internet. The company has built an analytics platform that features Amazon S3, Amazon EMR, and Amazon Redshift to deliver real-time business insights—designed to improve customer experience, reduce churn, and leverage new business opportunities.

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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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    Voyager Innovation Case Study

    Voyager Innovations is a leading technology company in the Philippines focused on developing customer-centric, digital platforms, services and solutions for emerging markets in the areas of financial services, payments, and marketing technologies. Through its various products, it is enabling enterprises and consumers to participate in the New Economy. An AWS customer since 2014, Voyager Innovations now uses more than 50 AWS Services to constantly innovate and protect data. Voyager Innovations chose SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud on AWS in 2018 because of its quick availability, faster deployment, flexibility with the shortest path to production, built-in security frameworks and business continuity.

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    Waters Case Study

    Waters is bringing its regulated laboratory customers to the AWS Cloud for increased global agility and simplified relationships with outsourcing partners, helping its customers drive their businesses forward. The company is a leading worldwide provider of specialty measurement technologies, delivering benefits through innovations and people that enable customer success in materials, food, and life sciences. Waters uses AWS CloudFormation templates to provision the AWS infrastructure—including Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, and Amazon S3—that its Empower Cloud runs on.

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    WeatherRisk Case Study

    WeatherRisk in Taiwan reduces the cost of developing high-precision weather forecasts by 50 percent using AWS. The company provides government agencies and enterprises with weather forecasts and risk mitigation reports. By using AWS, the company can deliver its services, and develop new services to meet clients’ specific requirements, significantly faster. As a result of the added compute performance from Amazon EC2 and AWS Lambda, weather data is downloaded in seconds instead of minutes from satellite sources, and meteorological data can be stored cost-efficiently in Amazon Glacier.

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    White Ops Case Study

    White Ops uses AWS to process one million queries per second, double its business growth, and help customers identify and stop ad fraud. The organization protects digital advertisers and web app owners from ad fraud and other automated threats. To support its mission of eliminating cybercrime, White Ops runs its solutions—including the MediaGuard real-time predictive API—using Amazon EC2 and Amazon EMR.

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    WhiteSource Case Study

    WhiteSource uses AWS to power 200 percent yearly growth, ensure 99.999 percent uptime for its SaaS platform, and create innovative new software features. The organization provides a SaaS platform that hundreds of enterprises use to manage the open-source components of their software. WhiteSource runs its primary SaaS application on the AWS Cloud and uses AWS Business Support for business and technical assistance.

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    Wipro Case Study

    By using AWS, Wipro enhances employee productivity by improving the response time of the company’s ticketing system by 50 percent while reducing operational overheads by 20 percent. Wipro is an information technology, consulting, and business process services company. Wipro migrated its on-premises ticketing system to AWS, and uses Amazon EC2 for powering the system’s software, and Elastic Load Balancing and Auto Scaling services to maximize performance during peak periods. 

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    Woodside Case Study

    Using the AWS Cloud, Woodside can deliver analytics algorithms in a matter of weeks or days instead of three to six months. Woodside is a global oil and gas company based in Australia. The company uses IoT technology to monitor more than 200,000 sensors at one Liquefied Natural Gas plant, and Big Data tools to deliver quick insights across the organization.

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    Woot Case Study

    Woot cut its data warehouse operating costs by 90 percent, shifted to a model of shared responsibility for data between developer and data teams, and reduced operations overhead by migrating to a serverless data warehouse on AWS. Woot, the original daily deals website, offers other short-term sales across seven product categories. The company is using Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose and Amazon S3 for data ingestion and storage, and it relies on Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight for user-friendly querying and data visualization.

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    Xignite Case Study

    Xignite employs Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 to deliver financial market data to enterprise applications, portals, and websites for clients such as Forbes, Citi, ING, kaChing, and Starbucks.

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    Xilinx Case Study

    Xilinx uses AWS to improve software-test turnaround time, help developers be more productive, and scale to meet compute demands. Xilinx is a provider of All Programmable FPGAs, SoCs, MPSoCs, and 3D ICs and software solutions to customers across the globe. The company runs its software-testing platform on an AWS high-performance computing cluster.

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    Xrbia Case Study

    Xrbia has seen reporting performance in SAP improve by 70 percent after migrating to the AWS Cloud. The company is a housing developer in India focused on building affordable homes for people who lack the means to buy homes at their current market value. Xrbia migrated its SAP environment from an on-premises infrastructure to AWS—where it uses Amazon EC2 instances to support its SAP applications and database, Amazon S3 for data storage, and Amazon EBS for incremental data backups.

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    Yellow New Zealand Case Study

    Using AWS, Yellow New Zealand drives development while scaling its products to support millions of searches without the expense of an on-premises IT infrastructure. Yellow New Zealand connects businesses with consumers across multiple platforms, including mobile. The company uses AWS CloudFormation to develop its product code and Amazon ECS to automate the release of new product features. Amazon Elasticsearch Service enables customers to quickly access details for business services, with Amazon ElastiCache helping frequently searched data appear more quickly.  

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    Yieldmo Case Study

    Using Amazon Kinesis, Yieldmo analyzes online ad-interaction data in milliseconds, gains real-time insights, and optimizes ad placements to deliver more efficient ad campaigns for mobile advertisers. Yieldmo provides advertising technologies that help publishers monetize digital content. The company uses Amazon Kinesis to capture, process, and deliver data in real time.

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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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    Zendesk Case Study

    Zendesk develops and trains deep-learning applications on AWS to deliver new capabilities to customer-service organizations and scale to support for current and future application demand. The company provides an online customer support platform used by more than 114,000 companies across the globe. Zendesk relies on AWS GPU instances and the TensorFlow deep-learning framework to create new applications for customers.

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    Zendesk Case Study

    Zendesk uses the AWS Cloud to cut costs by more than 60 percent, increase data retention by 200 percent, and easily scale its internal data-logging solution. The San Francisco, California, organization provides a cloud-based customer support platform to organizations across the globe. Zendesk runs its primary platform and an internal data- logging solution on AWS, taking advantage of multiple Amazon EBS volume types for better performance and lower costs.

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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.

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    Ávoris - Barceló Group Case Study

    Ávoris reduced the time to generate SAP reports by 50 percent when it migrated its mission-critical SAP environment to AWS with the support of Linke Information Technology, an AWS Partner Network (APN) Premier Consulting Partner. Ávoris, formerly Barceló Viajes, is a leading provider of tourism services in Spain. Ávoris uses Amazon EC2 instances for its SAP database and applications, and it relies on Amazon S3 for backups, which gives the business the scalability to grow.