Adobe Systems on AWS
Adobe Systems delivers enterprise software to Fortune 100 companies, large multi-national corporations, and government agencies. Adobe uses AWS to provide multi-terabyte operating environments for products like Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Digital Marketing Cloud, so the company can focus on deploying and operating its own software instead of infrastructure.
Adobe Uses AWS to Provide Multi-Terabyte Operating Environments
Hear from Adobe's Mitch Nelson, Director, Managed Services on how Adobe uses AWS to provide multi-terabyte operating environments for its customers. Adobe uses AWS because of it's rich API set that allows them to deeply integrate their automation systems and provide a very efficient operating enviroment for their customers. By integrating its systems with the AWS Cloud, Adobe can focus on deploying and operating its own software instead of infrastructure.
AWS allows us to deliver products that we really couldn't deliver in any other way."
Director, Managed Services, Adobe
Deep Dive: How Adobe uses Amazon ElastiCache
Hear from Frank Wiebe, Principal Scientist at Adobe, as he discusses Adobe's use of Amazon ElastiCache, provides the two ways they use ElastiCache in the Adobe Shared Cloud and Adobe API Platform, and shares best practices and what they've learned. This deep dive will focus on Amazon ElastiCache's design and architecture. See common design patterns of our Memcached and Redis offerings and how they have used them for in-memory operations and achieved improved latency and throughput for applications.