Seaco selected AWS because of its high level of security. The company wants its virtual private cloud (VPC) was well protected from external access and its virtual private network (VPN) was securely encrypted.
Prezi was drawn to AWS because of Amazon Redshift, a solution that offers the ability to analyze data simply and cost-effectively. Prezi wanted all employees to be able to access data without waiting.
With AWS Config integration, Saviynt provides controls that apply infrastructure security policies with ability to stop EC2 instances, revert unauthorized access changes, or notify upon policy violations.
Vinomofo evaluated the infrastructure as a services marketplace and concluded that Amazon Web Services (AWS) was the only provider that could meet its needs. AWS has also enabled Vinomofo to support growth.
Change HealthCare develop and test new services very quickly for the customers by using AWS. It uses services like Amazon EC2, Amazon SQS, and Amazon SNS to handle millions of confidential transactions.
InVision is saving around 90% to its cloud customers using Amazon Web Services. Peter Bollenbeck, explains that the firm chose AWS because it was “the most mature of the native cloud offerings.
Netflix, using AWS deploys quickly thousands of servers and terabytes of storage within minutes. Netflix delivers content throughout the world, which can be accessed on any device mobile, tablet or web.
Linden Lab is the internet company which provides a platform for users to generate and interact with 3-D content. It also offers Project Sansar, a new platform which is scheduled to be released in 2016.
KeptMe’s mobile-ready app makes it easy to upload documents digitally, providing children and parents with a media-rich record of the child’s growth. It is being used by more than 4,000 schools.
Zynga is one of the world’s most successful mobile game companies, with a collection of hit games—including Words With Friends, Zynga Poker, and FarmVille installed by more than one billion players.