Leading Cloud Innovators
Learn how leading organizations across all industries build on AWS to drive innovation at every level of their businesses.
Pinterest on AWS
Pinterest is a feature-rich online platform that allows users to share, find, and “pin” content to personalized inspiration boards. It uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) for its computing and storage needs, and user interactions are facilitated by its machine learning (ML) and predictive analytics to personalize content.
A year after Airbnb launched, the company decided to migrate nearly all of its cloud computing functions to AWS because of service-administration challenges experienced with its original provider. As the company has grown, it has adopted almost all of the features AWS provides.
By using AWS, Autodesk scales the use of generative design to run hundreds of simulations in 1 hour instead of several hours or days—in turn speeding innovation in manufacturing, aerodynamics, entertainment, and more.
Capital One uses AWS as the centerpiece of its enterprise transformation strategy. It went cloud-first in 2016 and now uses or experiments with nearly every AWS service to develop, test, build, and run its most critical workloads, including its flagship mobile-banking application.
Deliveroo is a food delivery company that uses AWS in every part of its business. It uses machine learning to make data-driven decisions and Amazon Connect to offer great customer service, doubling its contact center volumes with no increase in overheads.
Going behind the screen, FOX leverages AWS to pioneer the delivery of live content and build the future of world-class content delivery. FOX began modernizing its broadcast capabilities by building a cloud-based delivery platform that makes it easy to build low-latency uncompressed video workflows at scale.
HERE uses the scalability, reliability, and global reach of AWS to deliver its HD Live Maps and connected-car solutions to customers around the world. HERE selected AWS for the breadth and depth of its services, low latency for data transmissions, and the ability to store data in compliance with local storage regulations.
Infor has relied on AWS as its cloud infrastructure for nearly a decade to deliver secure, scalable, innovative, and compliant solutions that transform how companies utilize technology to achieve their goals. Infor uses AWS services such as Amazon SageMaker and edge computing.
Intuit is all in on AWS and uses Amazon SageMaker to train its ML models quickly and at scale, cutting the time needed to deploy the models by 90 percent. By using AWS, Intuit can reach new markets, speed development, and better serve its customers.
Netflix uses AWS for nearly all of its computing and storage needs, including databases, analytics, recommendation engines, video transcoding, and more—hundreds of functions that in total use more than 100,000 server instances on AWS.
Pinterest is a feature-rich online platform that allows users to share, find, and “pin” content to personalized inspiration boards. It uses AWS for its computing and storage needs, and user interactions are facilitated by its ML and predictive analytics to personalize content.
Philips built its HealthSuite Digital Platform (HSDP) on AWS to drive improved patient outcomes. Philips uses AWS to apply ML to over 48 PB of data on HSDP to identify at-risk patients, deliver diagnoses, and create treatment plans to improve patient outcomes.
Volkswagen Group manufactures ten of the world’s most iconic automotive brands including Audi, Lamborghini, and Volkswagen. With the goal of becoming the world’s leading software-driven automotive company, the Group is embracing a cloud-first mentality and revolutionizing its global operations by building the Volkswagen Industrial Cloud on AWS.