Netflix is one of the world's leading entertainment services with more than 200 million members in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries, and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages.
“Our media platform uses a microservices architecture and we are looking for the right database to support some of our platform requirements. We're excited about the launch of Amazon MemoryDB, as it fulfills our need for a durable, in-memory database that supports our short and long-term architectural plans."
- Charles Zhao, Manager, MCE Media Workflow Infrastructure - Netflix.
Twilio is the leading cloud communications platform that enables developers to build, scale, and operate real-time customer engagement within their software applications via simple-to-use APIs.
"Our platform sends and receives over 105 billion messages a year across voice, email, SMS, MMS, FB Messenger, WhatsApp, and more. We need a database that can handle this high volume of messages, while also maintaining low latency. Amazon MemoryDB is highly scalable, easily scaling to more than a hundred terabytes per cluster. As an in-memory database, MemoryDB provides the extreme high performance that’s essential for our global platform.”
- Andrei Birjukov, Director of Engineering - Twilio.
Cimpress is a strategically focused group of more than a dozen businesses that specialize in mass customization to deliver uniquely personalized products conveniently and affordably.
"Many of our services use Redis with Hangfire for backlog management, and one of our requirements is to guarantee a reply to every request, which could be compromised if there is a chance of data loss during fail-over when using Redis as the only data storage. With Amazon MemoryDB for Redis, we no longer need to manage both a cache and a database."
- David Greenberg, Director of Technology - Cimpress.
transACT Technology solutions
transACT Technology Solutions specializes in end-to-end IT infrastructure and desktop solutions, reinforced by industry-leading technologies.
"We help a range of customers with their journey to the cloud, and our clients love Redis APIs and data structures due to their ease of use and flexibility when building mission critical applications. They are looking for a database that is Redis compatible and provides durability to avoid the risk of data loss. We're looking forward to the launch of Amazon MemoryDB for Redis, which is the first database to offer the combination of Multi-AZ durability and the versatility of Redis in a single solution."
- Gordon Scobie, Director of Technology Services - transACT Technology Solutions.