On AWS, Isha Foundation leveraged Amazon CloudFront, a content delivery network built for high performance and security, and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) for scalability.
FanCode grows 40x in 3 years by delivering high quality live streams on AWS
FanCode is a sports content aggregator under Dream Sports, an India-based sports technology company. The platform provides live streaming services for sporting events, the latest athlete- and team-related content and statistics, as well as an online merchandise store. Since its founding in 2019, FanCode has grown from 2 million users in the first year to over 80 million in India in 2022.
Top security issues that cloud users face and how to overcome them
Companies’ continuously moving workloads to the cloud have paved the way for malicious cyberattacks like ransomware and data breaches. It’s time to learn more about businesses’ major security concerns with cloud adoption and how to address these issues to create a secure cloud environment.
Sixth force solutions delivers cloud version of enterprise architect software to meet customer demand for rapid tool deployment
By using AWS, Sixth Force has quickly grown its customer base for the new cloud and streaming versions of its software. The company has seen a specific increase in cloud deployments for large banks, telecommunications firms, and manufacturing organizations in Europe and the US, most of which have security and compliance requirements that Sixth Force can help meet on AWS.
DTDC express democratizes access to reporting data with SAP and data warehouse on AWS
Across India, fulfilment requires courier and express parcel companies to operate a vast delivery network. The demands on this network continue to increase, with the Indian Chamber of Commerce noting recently that the logistics industry—of which the courier and express parcel segment is a sizable proportion—is poised to grow at a 10–12 percent compound annual rate to $380 billion by 2025, up from around $250 billion today.
Bajaj energy generates cost savings and turbocharges reporting and performance with SAP on AWS￼
Bajaj Group has decided to go all-in on the AWS Cloud for various projects. It’s currently migrating the SAP workloads for its sugar division to AWS and plans to modernize SAP applications across divisions to SAP S/4HANA. Bajaj Energy is also exploring the Internet of Things (IoT) to support predictive plant maintenance.
Circle of life migrates mission-critical healthcare app to AWS to eliminate downtime
Since migrating to AWS, Circle of Life has received positive feedback from its external and internal customers on improved application performance. While PC Solutions was initially managing its AWS environment, Circle of Life’s IT team has since taken over and finds the AWS console simple to work with.
Shaadi.com goes serverless to serve its growing user base
Shaadi.com conducts profile screening for new users to ensure high quality profiles. They sought assistance from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop an efficient process for onboarding and verifying them.
Druva controls costs with highly secure scaling strategy on AWS
Druva is a cloud-based data protection company with 4,000 customers in 20 countries. To support its expanding global customer base, Druva containerized its architecture and adopted low-cost Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Spot Instances on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
BARC India delivers insights that powers content decisions 80% faster with data pipeline on AWS
To collect data each day, BARC installed IoT devices in select homes in 456 districts across India. When the number of devices reached 44,000, the business decided to migrate core data processing to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. BARC selected AWS for its reliability, scalability, and processing power.