In the latest episode of The AWS Report, I spoke with Jim Young of Esri to learn more about their mapping product and how they run on AWS:
I learned that Esri is a 40-year old mapping company that has moved its products from the mainframe to client server to the desktop and now to the cloud. They focus on "where," and provide products and platforms centered around the theme of "geography as a service."
In the latest episode of The AWS Report, I spoke with Jeff Lawson of Twilio to learn more about what they do and how they use AWS:
As Jeff noted, Twilio has a presence in six AWS Regions and their service is available in 40 countries. He told me that none of their developers or admins are allowed to log in to their production systems since this is a source of human error.
PS - I wrote about Twilio for the first time way back in 2008. It was wonderful to hear how they'd been able to grow over the last 4 years, aided by AWS.
For this episode of The AWS Report, I interviewed David Rocamora, VP of DevOps for Controlgroup. We talked about the origins of cloud computing at Controlgroup, and the way that it has allowed them to make radical, transformative changes in the way that they design, develop, and deliver applications to their clients.
In this episode of The AWS Report, I spoke with Scott Montgomery, Global Director of Strategy for Trend Micro to learn more about their cloud offerings and strategy. We talked about the transition from security for desktops and servers to security in virtualized environments, and from there up to the cloud. As malware continued to proliferate, it became clear that a cloud-based solution had relevance in all of the environments.
Trend Micro's cloud-based security offerings include Deep Security for protection from malware and intrusions and Secure Cloud for data protection with easy-to-use key management.
We wrapped up by discussing their plans for AWS re:Invent which include several talks, a presence in the developer lounge, and product demos at their booth.
his event introduces how gaming companies can use the AWS Cloud to stay flexible, agile and ahead of the curve. You will hear from our customers, Creative Assembly, Bejig and Games Analytics on how they have successfully designed and implemented cloud computing projects.
Bay Area CloudSearch Meetup
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Search & Database - What to use when? How can you use CloudSearch with a database? Mobile search. amazon Redshift.