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How DTCC Uses AWS to Transform Trade Processing and Analytics

DTTC, a centralized clearinghouse that processes 100 million securities 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. Robert Palatnick, technology architect at DTCC, spoke onstage at the 2018 AWS New York Summit.

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  • Enterprises

  • Startups

  • Public Sector

  • Big Data

    Collect and process colossal ammounts of data quickly and cost-efficiently.

    Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

    FINRA uses AWS to capture, analyze, and store a daily influx of 75 billion records.


    Unilever uses AWS to launch and analyze digital marketing campaigns faster.

    The Kellogg Company

    Kellogg's uses AWS to to deliver spend analyses and data simulations in minutes.

  • Data Center Migration

    Migrate your on-premises workloads to AWS.


    Using AWS, AOL has been able to move mission-critical workloads to the cloud, extend its global reach, and save millions of dollars on energy resources.

    Conde Nast

    In just three months, Condé Nast was able to migrate over 500 servers, one petabyte of storage, various mission critical applications, and over 100 database servers into the AWS Cloud.


    Using AWS, InfoSpace migrated its full data center within 6 months and can now easily manage its Microsoft stack on AWS.

  • Enterprise Solutions

    Run common and custom business applications securely and reliably.

    General Electric

    GE is migrating more than 9,000 workloads, including 300 disparate ERP systems, to AWS while reducing its datacenter footprint.

    Brooks Brothers

    Brooks Brothers runs its SAP and CRM solutions on AWS, gaining agility and cost savings.


    Intuit is saving money by moving its business applications to AWS.

  • Financial Services

    Accelerate agility, enable innovation, and protect sentitive data.

    Pacific Life Insurance

    Pacific Life uses AWS as part of a hybrid computing environment to control IT costs.


    Nasdaq delivers data on demand cost-effectively using AWS.


    Robinhood built its brokerage trading platform and a massively scalable securities trading app on AWS.

  • Healthcare & Life Sciences

    Enable agile research, collaboration, product development, and sales.

    Centers for Disease Control

    Using AWS, the CDC shares health information widely while avoiding hardware investments.

    Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics

    Siemens has built a secure, HIPAA-compliant, scalable platform on AWS.

    Brisol-Myers Squibb

    BMS used AWS to build a frugal, secure, self-provisioning research portal.

  • Internet of Things (IoT)

    Easily and securely connect devices to the cloud.


    Enel is saving on compute and storage costs, reduced provisioning time, and has transformed its business.


    Rachio processes millions of IoT messages daily and has cut development costs by 40 percent using AWS. 


    iRobot uses AWS to support its vision for products used in connected homes, including its popular Roomba vacuum cleaners.

  • Machine Learning (ML) & Artificial Intelligence (AI)

    Machine Learning in the hands of every developer and data scientist.


    DigitalGlobe uses Amazon SageMaker to handle machine learning at scale.


    By combining Butterfleye’s on-camera facial functionality and Amazon Rekognition’s API, the company can identify and tag millions of faces accurately.


    Haptik incorporated Amazon Polly into the Haptik infrastructure. Amazon Polly turns text into lifelike speech. In effect, it lets developers build applications that can talk.  

  • Web & Mobile Apps

    Build and scale high-performance websites and mobile applications.


    Pinterest uses AWS to manage multiple petabytes of data and perform daily refreshes of its massive search index.


    Airbnb's web and mobile apps run on AWS and scale automatically to support demand.


    Spotify uses AWS's scalable IT to support usage peaks and can launch new features faster.

Discover what customers are doing with AWS today

  • Reach Case Study - AWS Marketplace

    Reach moved its disaster-recovery solution to the AWS Cloud using NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP in AWS Marketplace, achieving greater reliability at lower cost. Reach is the largest newspaper publisher in the United Kingdwom and has more than 70 websites serving more than 110 million unique visitors per month. For disaster recovery, the company uses Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS for storage and AWS CloudFormation for reliable, repeatable, automated provisioning.

  • zipMoney Case Study

    By using AWS to build a data lake, zipMoney can gather unique customer insights that vastly improve its underwriting process, pushing the boundaries of analytics with artificial intelligence and machine learning. zipMoney is an Australian fintech startup offering instantaneous, virtual lines of credit to consumers upon checkout at stores or on e-commerce sites. The firm relies on Amazon EMR and Amazon Elasticsearch Service to process and query vast amounts of data, Amazon S3 buckets to store such data, and Amazon DynamoDB to support its applications with low latency.

  • 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.

  • Square Enix Case Study

    Using AWS has enabled Square Enix to reduce the time it takes to process video-game screenshots during traffic spikes from several hours to a little over 10 seconds, all while cutting costs to five percent of those of an on-premises solution. Square Enix is a producer of creative and innovative content and services in the fields of gaming and entertainment. Shifting image processing from an in-house environment to a cloud environment using AWS Lambda enabled faster processing while integrating the existing on-premises environment.

  • AWS Case Study: The Schumacher Group & HIPAA

    US-based Schumacher Group provides emergency medical physicians to more than 200 hospitals. Using Amazon Web Services (AWS) for its business intelligence (BI) environment helps Schumacher ensure that patient data is fully encrypted with the appropriate levels of control and access granted.

  • AWS Case Study: Ricoh Company, Ltd.

    Ricoh Company, Ltd., switched from a global information sharing system that used Microsoft SharePoint to AWS in order to cut cost. The company adopted AWS because of its reliability and proven track record at eneterprise-level corporations. AWS offers a dramatic reduction in cost and shortens the amount of time it takes for introduction.

  • RecoChoku Uses Amazon Aurora

    RecoChoku adopted Amazon Aurora as the database for its membership system that manages customer information, resulting in a database system that provides high reliability and availability for managing customer information, which is a crucial part of business. Starting with Chaku-Uta, RecoChoku has been a driving force among music streaming services in Japan. With the migration of the membership database complete, all core systems have been moved to AWS and migration of all other systems is scheduled to finish in March 2017.

  • AWS Case Study: Nintendo Co., Ltd. and DeNA Co., Ltd.

    By adopting AWS for its Super Mario Run environment, Nintendo was able to release the game worldwide in only two months versus four to five months with the setup of an on-premises infrastructure, while also supporting an expected 150 million downloads for iOS and Android. Nintendo Co., Ltd. started working with DeNA Co., Ltd. in March 2016, which led to its mobile app releases. The company aims to attract new customers and grow its business through mobile games, which are now popular worldwide, and the resulting synergies with game consoles. With Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, Elastic Load Balancing, and Amazon S3, the companies provide an easy and relaxed game environment for customers worldwide. Amazon CloudWatch and IAM also support the seamless collaboration between the two companies.  

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