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.
InfoWorld awarded Amazon Aurora "Editor's Choice", says "Amazon's revved-up database service offers five times the throughput of MySQL and a formidable alternative to Oracle and SQL Server".
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.
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.
Ivy Tech Community College with 23 campuses using Amazon Redshift and Amazon S3 to manage and analyze tens of thousands of student records, and Amazon Glacier for long-term, inexpensive archival storage.
IT automation and DevOps provider Chef has announced its availability in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace, expanding its collaboration with the infrastructure giant and offering one click deployment.
Now set monthly budgets around AWS costs, customized by multiple dimensions including tags. Create budgets to track EC2, RDS, and S3 costs separately for each active development effort.