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Changing the Way Developers Manipulate Media with Cloudinary
April 14, 2017
Founded in 2011 in Israel, Cloudinary is a boot-strapping success story, growing organically without venture capital funding. In 2015, the company expanded internationally, opening its U.S. headquarters in Palo Alto, California.
The key to Cloudinary’s success is its ability to solve a very real problem for today’s developers: how to deal with the challenges resulting from the use of images and videos in modern websites and apps
Cybersecurity and Amazon Redshift with Namogoo Security
April 10, 2017
Namogoo Security provides a session firewall technology that protects consumer-facing applications and websites against client-side threats that operate on the application layer. These client-side threats include: digital malware, code injection, and bots.
Talking with Parsec, a Game-Changer of Gaming
April 7 2017
Cloud-gaming company Parsec, believes that we’re entering a new phase of computing where all of our software and processing are delivered via shared resources in the cloud. They want to eliminate personal hardware and free everyone from the constant upgrade cycles required to keep up with the latest software.
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Mackenzie Kosut is the Principal Startup Evangelist at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Prior to AWS, he worked at Betterment, Oscar, Tumblr, and more. Mackenzie travels the globe seeking out groundbreaking startups on AWS, sharing the cool things they're doing through blog, live video, and social media. He's also a regular AWS keynote speaker for startups at global events.
Each month, we feature a set of AWS Hot Startups on the main AWS Blog, showcasing the cool things they're doing on AWS, in hopes that they will inform and inspire you to create your own business, products, and services. For December, we present 'A Year in Review,' highlighting the AWS Hot Startups we featured in 2016. Please, follow the link to read it, and check back here each month in 2017 for the latest AWS Hot Startups!