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.
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.
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.
Travelbird runs its entire infrastructure on AWS, everything from web and database servers to BI applications. It uses AWS S3, AWS EC2, AWS RDS for database and Amazon Redshift for data warehousing.
Pinterest using AWS maintaining developer velocity and site scalability, managing multiple petabytes of data each day and performing daily refreshes of its massive search index.
Slack , a popular messaging platform , uses AWS that supports speed of innovation and responsiveness, reliability, and security features to ensure the confidentiality of customer information.