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Architecture Monthly Magazine: Open Source

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Architecture Monthly Magazine - Open SourceAccording to the Open Source Initiative, the term “open source” was created at a strategy session held in 1998 in Palo Alto, California, shortly after the announcement of the release of the Netscape source code. Stakeholders at that session realized that this announcement created an opportunity to educate and advocate for the superiority of an open development process.

We’ve witnessed big changes in open source in the past 22 years and this year-end issue of Architecture Monthly looks at a few trends, including the shift from businesses only consuming open source to contributing to it. You’ll also going to learn how AWS open source projects are one of the ways we’re making technology less cost-prohibitive and more accessible to everyone.

In this month’s Open Source issue

  • Ask an Expert: Ricardo Sueiras, Principal Advocate for Open Source at AWS
  • Blog: How Amazon Retail Systems Run Machine Learning Predictions with Apache Spark using Deep Java Library
  • Case Study: Absa Transforms IT and Fosters Tech Talent Using AWS
  • Reference Architecture: Running WordPress on AWS
  • Blog: Simplifying Serverless Best Practices with Lambda Powertools
  • Whitepaper: Modernizing the Amazon Database Infrastructure: Migrating from Oracle to AWS
  • Quick Start: Magento on AWS
  • Related Videos: Wix, Viber, UC Santa Cruz, & Redfin

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Architecture Monthly Magazine: AWS Solutions

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Architecture Monthly - October 2020 - AWS SolutionsFor October’s issue of AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine, we decided to do a deep dive into the AWS Solutions Library, a virtual treasure trove of cloud-based solutions for dozens of technical and business problems. Whether you want to combine pre-built, well-architected multi-service patterns to create your own solution, deploy vetted architecture directly into your AWS account, or get help deploying vetted architecture from AWS Competency Partners, we can help. Our expert runs us though the various offerings you can take advantage of, and some of our other guest writers will go more deeply into the individual options.

In this month’s AWS Solutions issue

  • Ask an Expert: Tom Begley, Manager, AWS Solutions Builder
  • Customer Success Story: App8: Helping Restaurants Succeed during COVID-19
  • AWS Solutions Implementations: Detailed architectures, a deployment guide, and instructions for both automated and manual deployment
  • AWS Solutions Constructs: Building faster and more confidently with vetted architecture patterns
  • AWS Solutions Consulting Offers: Enhancing the AWS Solutions Library to address customer needs
  • Related Videos: Watch what AWS Solutions can do for you

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Robotics

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Architecture Monthly: RoboticsSeptember’s issue of AWS Architecture Monthly issue is all about robotics. Discover why iRobot, the creator of your favorite (though maybe not your pet’s favorite) little robot vacuum, decided to move its mission-critical platform to the serverless architecture of AWS. Learn how and why you sometimes need to test in a virtual environment instead of a physical one. You’ll also have the opportunity to hear from technical experts from across the robotics industry who came together for the AWS Cloud Robotics Summit in August.

Our expert this month, Matt Hansen (who has dreamed of building robots since he was a teen), gives us his outlook for the industry and explains why cloud will be an essential part of that.

In September’s Robotics issue

  • Ask an Expert: Matt Hansen, Principle Solutions Architect
  • Blog: Testing a PR2 Robot in a Simulated Hospital
  • Case Study: iRobot
  • Blog: Introduction to Automatic Testing of Robotics Applications
  • Case Study: Multiply Labs Uses AWS RoboMaker to Manufacture Individualized Medicines
  • Demos & Videos: AWS Cloud Robotics Summit (August 18-19, 2020)
  • Related Videos: iRobot and ZS Associates

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AWS Architecture Center: Your One-Stop Destination for Guidance & Resources

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Discovering relevant architecture-related content has been simplified and made easier with the newly updated and expanded AWS Architecture Center. Now you can browse, search, and even request reference architectures, architecture patterns, best practices, and prescriptive guidance all in one location.

The revamped Architecture Center is the only place where you can browse recommended guidance by the most relevant use cases for specific domains as well as view aggregated collections of content related to those domains in one location. We designed this aggregated experience to help you discover content you might not have known to look for in the past.

How can the Architecture Center help me?

Let’s say you’re looking for security guidance and content. Instead of having to visit several different AWS sites to find what you need (such as whitepapers, AWS Solutions, blog posts, etc.), it’s now all in one place. You’ll also see content most popular with other AWS customers.

From the Architecture Center homepage, in the Security Identity, & Compliance column, click any of the areas you’re interested and discover best practices and featured content.

Best Practices for Security, Identity, & Compliance

There are several other domains listed on the Architecture Center homepage—such as Analytics & Big Data, Machine Learning, and Databases—and we will be adding more domains and industries.

We want your input and ideas

If you can’t find what you’re looking for (or even if you’re not quite sure what you’re looking for), we’re giving you a direct line to us so that you can request content or let us know what’s missing. Look for the Didn’t find what you were looking for? Let us know link at the bottom of the Architecture Center homepage as well as under the Filter by: section on each domain page.

Didn't find what you were looking for? link

Your requests and ideas will help us decide what content we should add to that domain and even to create. So, don’t be shy—let us know if you’re just not finding what you need and we’ll do our best to help.

All the guidance and content you need in one place

The AWS Architecture Center can help you find the accurate and up-to-date information, helping you make the right decisions from the very beginning of your projects. It’s your one-stop destination that provides recommended guidance from AWS Solutions Architects while giving you insights into the architecture content read most often by other AWS customers. We’re making it easier to design and operate reliable, secure, efficient, and cost-effective cloud applications right from the start.

Dream11: Scaling a Fantasy Sports Platform with 5M Daily Active Users

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Founded in 2008, Dream11 is India’s leading sports-tech startup with a growing base of more than 45 million users playing multiple sports such as fantasy cricket, football, kabaddi, and basketball.

Dream11 uses Amazon Aurora with Amazon ElastiCache to serve 1 million concurrent users within 50ms response time, serving at an average 3 million requests per minute (rpm), which can surge to 3X in a 30-second time span. In this video, we’ll be shedding some light on our architecture, along with our battle plan to handle transactions without locking. We’ll also talk about the features of Aurora and ElastiCache that helped Dream11 to handle 5 million daily active users with 4X growth YoY.

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Fundbox: Simplifying Ways to Query and Analyze Data by Different Personas

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Fundbox is a leading technology platform focused on disrupting the $21 trillion B2B commerce market by building the world’s first B2B payment and credit network. With Fundbox, sellers of all sizes can quickly increase average order volumes (AOV) and improve close rates by offering more competitive net terms and payment plans to their SMB buyers. With heavy investments in machine learning and the ability to quickly analyze the transactional data of SMB’s, Fundbox is reimagining B2B payments and credit products in new category-defining ways.

Learn how how the company simplified the way different personas in the organization query and analyze data by building a self-service data orchestration platform. The platform architecture is entirely serverless, which simplifies the ability to scale and adopt to unpredictable demand. The platform was built using AWS Step Functions, AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Fargate, and other AWS Serverless managed services.

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Agriculture

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Architecture Monthly Magazine cover - AgricultureIn this month’s issue of AWS Architecture Monthly, Worldwide Tech Lead for Agriculture, Karen Hildebrand (who’s also a fourth generation farmer) refers to agriculture as “the connective tissue our world needs to survive.” As our expert for August’s Agriculture issue, she also talks about what role cloud will play in future development efforts in this industry and why developing personal connections with our AWS agriculture customers is one of the most important aspects of our jobs.

You’ll also buzz through the world of high tech beehives, milk the information about data analytics-savvy cows, and see what the reference architecture of a Smart Farm looks like.

In August’s issue Agriculture issue

  • Ask an Expert: Karen Hildebrand, AWS WW Agriculture Tech Leader
  • Customer Success Story: Tine & Crayon: Revolutionizing the Norwegian Dairy Industry Using Machine Learning on AWS
  • Blog Post: Beewise Combines IoT and AI to Offer an Automated Beehive
  • Reference Architecture:Smart Farm: Enabling Sensor, Computer Vision, and Edge Inference in Agriculture
  • Customer Success Story: Farmobile: Empowering the Agriculture Industry Through Data
  • Blog Post: The Cow Collar Wearable: How Halter benefits from FreeRTOS
  • Related Videos: DuPont, mPrest & Netafirm, and Veolia

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Democratizing LoRaWAN and IoT with The Things Network

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With the Internet of Things (IoT), what happens to your thing when there’s no internet? Johan Stokking, co-founder of The Things Network and The Things Industries, along with Matt Yanchyshyn from AWS, dig into this.

About The Things Network and The Things Industries

The Things Network is a community project building a global IoT data network in more than 84 countries. Its devices connect to community-maintained gateways, which can communicate over very long distances and last on a single alkaline battery for up to 5-10 years, thanks to the LoRaWAN protocol. The Things Network’s commercial wing, The Things Industries, built a platform using AWS IoT that allows device data to be collected and processed in the cloud using multiple AWS services.

In this special long-format episode of This Is My Architecture, learn how The Things Network and The Things Industries are helping both hobbyists and businesses connect low-power, long-range devices to the cloud. You’ll learn about:

  • The Things Industries’ architecture
  • How Netcetera is leveraging The Things Network for air quality monitoring in Skopje, North Macedonia
  • How Decentlab builds high-quality, long-lasting LoRaWAN devices that work with The Things Network to track environmental conditions

You’ll also get a feel for the community at a local meetup.

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Advertising & Marketing

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Architecture Monthly - July 2020With 200+ services and 15 years of proven expertise, AWS has everything you need to build faster, operate cost-effectively, and run virtually any advertising and marketing technology workload at petabyte scale and millisecond latency.

For the July issue, we spoke to three Advertising & Marketing experts about the general architecture pattern trends in this sector as well as their ideas about the role will cloud play in future development efforts. You’ll see a case study from The Trade Desk and how it’s transforming its real-time bidding strategy on AWS, and well catch you up on service launches and announcements from re:Invent 2019.

In July’s Advertising & Marketing issue:

  • Ask the Experts:
    • Gerry Louw, Worldwide Technical Lead
    • Clark Fredricksen, Head of Worldwide Marketing
    • Dmitri Tchikatilov, Head of Worldwide Business Development
  • Case study & reference architecture: The Trade Desk Transforms Its Real-time Bidding Strategy with AWS
  • Blog: Building a Customer Identity Graph with Amazon Neptune
  • Blog: Serving Billions of Ads in Just 100 ms Using Amazon ElastiCache for Redis
  • Solution: Real-Time Web Analytics with Kinesis Data Analytics
  • Announcements: Key announcements for the Advertising and Marketing Industry (AWS re:Invent 2019)

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Architecture Monthly Magazine: Media & Entertainment

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AWS Architecture Monthly - June 2020 - Media &EntertainmentAWS makes it fast and easy for the Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry to produce, process, and deliver broadcast and over-the-top video. These pay-as-you-go services and appliance products offer the video infrastructure you need to deliver great viewing experiences to any screen.

For June’s issue of AWS Architecture Monthly, WW Tech Leader Konstantin Wilms talks about industry and architectural pattern trends in the cloud-based M&E space, and explains why this industry is unique in that almost any business problem can be solved using many AWS services. He also offers advice on what prospective customers should be thinking about and considering when moving to AWS.

In June’s Media & Entertainment issue

  • Ask an Expert: Konstantin Wilms, WW Tech Leader, AWS M&E
  • Blog: Deploying Your Favorite Post Production Applications on AWS Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
  • Case Study: L Benfica: Launching a Full-Featured VOD Platform in Just Four Weeks
  • Quick Start: Cloud Video Editing on AWS
  • Tutorial: Reimagine Your Studio
  • Whitepaper: Building Media & Entertainment Predictive Analytics Solutions on AWS

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IoT All the Things (Ask Me Anything Edition)

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Join AWS Internet of Things (IoT) experts as they walk you through building IoT applications with AWS live on Twitch. Along the way, AWS IoT customers and partners will co-host, share best tips and tricks, and make sure all of your questions are answered. By the end of each episode, you’ll learn how to build IoT applications across industrial, connected home, and everything in between.

In this special episode, our hosts, Rudy Chetty and Wale Oladehin, go all out in an ask-me-anything style and dive into audience-prompted topics including IoT operations, IoT best practices, device management, mobile development, analytics, and more. From AWS IoT Greengrass to AWS IoT SiteWise to AWS IoT Analytics, get ready to IoT All the Things across a wide range of IoT software and services in our Season 2, Episode 4 “IoT All the Things, AMA Edition.”

When we asked Rudy about his experience filming this special episode, he had this to say:

“I love the spontaneity of live-streaming. It’s a really interesting space to be able to be challenged by customers through questions. You never know what you’ll be asked, and you have to be on your toes constantly, so to speak. Case in point: I never thought I’d be discussing weevils and how to detect them in rice silos but that’s exactly what a customer asked about. Furthermore, it’s fascinating to not only be able to dive into a solution with them, but also see what use cases they dream up for AWS IoT.”

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Education

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Young man sitting on a stack of books with his laptopOne of the missions of the education industry is to educate the next generation of the industry-ready workforce. Whether K-12, higher education, or continuing education, enabling teachers and professors to effectively deliver curriculum and improve student performance is a goal of Education Technology (EdTech) and learning companies. Two trends for AWS use cases in education are: 1) accessible remote learning; and 2) remote collaboration. For brevity, there are other innovation trend areas in education that we didn’t focus on in our “Ask an Expert” interview despite their importance. Use cases around learning accessibility, student performance, and campus experience have taken advantage of Amazon Alexa, Amazon Lex, and a variety of AWS technology areas including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, data lakes, analytics, and mobile development. To dive deep into a wider range of education use cases, we invite everyone to look at our AWS Education blog.

In this month’s issue

For May’s Education issue, we asked our expert, Yuriko Horvath, about general architecture patterns in the education space as well as what education customers need to think about and ask themselves before considering AWS.

  • Ask an Expert: Yuriko Horvath, AWS Manager of Education for Solutions Architecture
  • Blog: How to Build a Chatbot for Your School in Less Than an Hour (with step-by-step video instructions)
  • Case Study: Virginia Tech: Building Modern Analytics on Amazon Web Services
  • Solution: Video on Demand on AWS
  • Whitepaper: Teaching Big Data Skills with Amazon EMR

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Automotive

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AWS-Architecture-Monthly-Automotive cover-320Connected, autonomous, shared, and electric vehicle trends are converging to revolutionize the automotive industry. In this unprecedented age of innovation, automotive companies rely on AWS to fuel their digital transformation efforts, and get their products to market faster, while retaining ownership and control of their data and brand experience.

AWS provides the broadest and deepest set of capabilities, including artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), HPC, and data analytics, the highest performance and security, the largest customer and partner community, and a relentless pace of innovation.

In this month’s issue:

For April’s Automotive issue, we spoke with Dean Phillips, AWS Automotive Tech Leader, about some of the architecture pattern trends of the industry as well as what customers should ask themselves before considering AWS. Dean also talks about different trends within the industry in cloud versus on-premises.

We also look back at Amazon Automotive exhibit at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020), review at a Toyota case study, and provide information on the AWS Connected Vehicle Solution.

  • Ask an Expert: Dean Phillips, AWS Tech Leader, Automotive
  • Blog: 5 Automotive Trends at CES 2020
  • Case Study: Toyota Research Institute
  •  Solution: AWS Connected Vehicle Solution
  •  Whitepaper: Connected Vehicles and the Cloud

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Formula 1: Using Amazon SageMaker to Deliver Real-Time Insights to Fans

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The Formula one Group (F1) is responsible for the promotion of the FIA Formula One World Championship, a series of auto racing events in 21 countries where professional drivers race single-seat cars on custom tracks or through city courses in pursuit of the World Championship title.

Formula 1 works with AWS to enhance its race strategies, data tracking systems, and digital broadcasts through a wide variety of AWS services—including Amazon SageMaker, AWS Lambda, and AWS analytics services—to deliver new race metrics that change the way fans and teams experience racing.

In this special live segment of This is My Architecture, you’ll get a look at what’s under the hood of Formula 1’s F1 Insights. Hear about the machine learning algorithms the company trains on Amazon SageMaker and how inferences are made during races to deliver insights to fans.

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Delve into the Forumla 1 case study to learn more about how AWS fuels analytics through machine learning.

AWS Training and Certification Blog Channel Helps Grow Cloud Skills

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We’ve heard from our customers that cloud skills are increasingly in high demand, and we have exciting news for anyone looking for resources to help build AWS Cloud skills. We’ve launched a dedicated AWS Training and Certification Blog, with news and updates about our trainings, certifications, and education programs for learners at all skill levels.

AWS Training and Certification helps learners and organizations build the skills to get more out of the AWS Cloud. Whether exploring new ideas, sharpening cloud skills, learning about AWS services, or preparing for AWS Certification, the AWS Training and Certification blog is a central destination to help learners and organizations grow with AWS.

Maureen Lonergan, director of AWS Training and Certification, weighed in about how AWS Training and Certification came to be:

“It’s no secret that cloud technologies are changing our world at a rapid pace. You are probably also aware that there aren’t enough skilled cloud professionals. A survey from 451 Research shows that 90 percent of IT decision makers report cloud skills shortages. There simply isn’t enough qualified cloud talent to go around.

This is where we come in. We formed AWS T&C back in 2012, beginning with a small team of me and three others. Before starting at AWS, I had recently spent a life-changing gap year teaching kids in Mozambique. I had spent my adult life in training, but it was during this gap year that I knew I had found my calling in educating the world. I jumped at the opportunity to build a training strategy to help people and organizations change the world with cloud technology. This work truly inspires me daily—especially today, on my eighth anniversary at AWS since we began this learning journey.”

Head over to the blog to read behind-the-scenes insight into how we’ve built our AWS Training and Certification programs. You can learn about how the organization got started, how we’re working with higher education institutions, how we develop our AWS Certification exams, and hear more about one of our newest digital training courses.

We’ll continue to feature relevant content for solutions architects here, but we also encourage you to check the AWS Training and Certification Blog regularly for the latest, in-depth information about AWS learning resources.

Happy learning!

AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Data Lakes

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A data lake is the fastest way to get answers from all your data to all your users. It’s a centralized repository that allows you to store all your structured and unstructured data at any scale. You can store your data as-is, without having to first structure the data, and run different types of analytics—from dashboards and visualizations to big data processing, real-time analytics, and machine learning—to guide better decisions.

In This Issue

In this month’s Architecture Monthly, we speak to AWS Analytics Tech Leader, Taz Sayed, about general architecture trends in data lakes, the questions customers need to ask themselves before considering a data lake, and we get his outlook on the role the cloud will play in future development efforts.

We also introduce you to two companies that are utilizing data lakes for deep analytics, point you to an AWS managed solution, provide some real-world videos, and more.

  • Ask an Expert: Taz Sayed, Tech Leader, AWS Analytics
  • Blog: Kayo Sports builds real-time view of the customer on AWS
  • Case Study: Yulu Uses a Data Lake on AWS to Pedal a Change
  • Solution: Data Lake on AWS
  • Managed Solution: AWS Lake Formation
  • Whitepaper: Building Big Data Storage Solutions (Data Lakes) for Maximum Flexibility

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Halodoc: Building the Future of Tele-Health One Microservice at a Time

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Halodoc, a Jakarta-based healthtech platform, uses tele-health and artificial intelligence to connect patients, doctors, and pharmacies. Join builder Adrian De Luca for this special edition of This is My Architecture as he dives deep into the solutions architecture of this Indonesian healthtech platform that provides healthcare services in one of the most challenging traffic environments in the world.

Explore how the company evolved its monolithic backend into decoupled microservices with Amazon EC2 and Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), adopted serverless to cost effectively support new user functionality with AWS Lambda, and manages the high volume and velocity of data with Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), and Amazon Redshift.

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NextGen Healthcare: Build and Deployment Pipelines with AWS

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Owen Zacharias, Vice President of Application Delivery at NextGen Healthcare, explains to AWS Solutions Architect Andrea Sabet how his company developed a series of build and deployment pipelines using native AWS services in the highly regulated healthcare sector.

Learn how the following services can be used to build and deploy infrastructure and application code:

Discover how AWS resources can be rapidly created and updated as part of a CI/CD pipeline while ensuring HIPAA compliance through approved/vetted AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles that AWS CloudFormation is permitted to assume.

February’s AWS Architecture Monthly magazine is all about healthcare. Check it out on Kindle Newsstand, download the PDF, or see it on Flipboard.

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Nike: A Social Graph at Scale with Amazon Neptune

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Getting a graph database to be performant and easy to use is very different from making a NoSQL (non-relational) database high-performing. Listen in as Todd Escalona of AWS talks with Marc Wangenheim, Senior Engineering Manager at Nike, about how the company powers a number of applications via a social graph, built on Amazon Neptune, that effectively maps millions of relationships among its users. They take a closer look at the underlying property graph that represents highly connected data, which allows users to select their interests such as basketball or training. These interest selections then drive personalized recommendations and curated content for consumers, based on entries in their graph.

 

Learn more about Amazon Neptune.

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Binge-Watch Live This is My Architecture Videos from AWS re:Invent

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AWS re:Invent 2019 was a whirlwind of activity, especially in the Expo Hall, where the AWS team spent four days filming 12 live This is My Architecture videos for Twitch. Watch one a day for the next two weeks…or eat them all in one sitting. Whichever you do, you’re guaranteed to learn something new.

Accolade

Discover security and operational excellence in healthcare with Accolade.

AWS Solution Builders

Get multi-region Availability with Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon S3, and Amazon Cognito.

EcoFit

EcoFit offers responsive, AWS Lambda-based microservices at scale.

Splunk

Splunk explains data at scale by decoupling compute and storage.

Crownpeak

Crownpeak uses AWS Lambda for its decoupled content deployment architecture.

Formula One Group

Learn how Formula One Group is using Amazon SageMaker to deliver real-time insights to fans.

Adobe

Adobe is simplifying networking across thousands of AWS accounts with AWS Transit Gateway.

The Trade Desk

The Trade Desk offers real-time ad bidding in the cloud with AWS Global Accelerator.

Mueller Water Products

Learn all about about scalable ingestion of sensor data for municipal water conservation with Mueller Water Products.

NextRoll

NextRoll is driving OpEx efficiency for ad bidding engines.

Pason Systems

Explore petabyte-scale drilling datamart on AWS with Pason Systems.

UltraServe

Application vending machine with runtime event control at UltraServe.

 

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