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.
Cochlear uses Amazon Web Services for an automated solution, application stack it built on AWS streamlines that gets replacement parts for hearing devices delivered to customers in 24 hours or less.
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.
Eataly, a provider of Italian food, beverages, restaurants, and other products and services, using AWS has been able to expand globally while scaling to support hundreds of thousands of users.
The Seattle Times using AWS now automatically scale up very rapidly to accommodate spikes in website traffic when big stories break, and scale down during slower traffic periods to reduce costs.
Citymaps began using AWS four years ago, soon after the company was founded. “Very early on, we made the decision to move to AWS, and we’ve been very happy with that choice,” explains Bob Matsuoka,
ITV, the oldest commercial TV network in the United Kingdom deployed a new cloud platform in four weeks and benefits from far greater agility, time to market, and lower costs in delivering new services.