Netflix & AWS Lambda Case Study


Netflix is one of the world's largest online media streaming providers delivering almost 7 billion hours of videos to nearly 50 million customers in 60 countries per quarter. An Amazon Web Services (AWS) customer, the company is planning to use AWS Lambda to build rule-based self-managing infrastructure and replace inefficient processes to reduce the rate of errors and save valuable time. Watch Neil Hunt, Netflix’s chief product officer, explain how the company can use event-based triggers to help automate the encoding process of media files, the validation of backup completions and instance deployments at scale, and the monitoring of AWS resources used by the organization.

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Netflix Gains New Efficiencies Using AWS Lambda (4:15)


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