Cult.fit is not only the largest fitness chain in India, their online services, Cult.live has a large, fast-growing following. Offering a platform for physical, mental well-being, nutrition and primary care services, Cult.fit is making sure their users stay healthy through offline and online experiences. With more than one million users and growing, their applications are scaling fast, and Cult.fit is looking to the power […]

The Background: The mission of the United Nations Global Platform Under the governance of the UN Committee of Experts on Big Data and Data Science for Official Statistics (UN-CEBD), the Global Platform has built a cloud-service ecosystem to support international collaboration in the development of Official Statistics using new data sources, including big data, and […]

About ZestMoney ZestMoney is the largest AI-driven ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ (EMI) platform in India, enabling instant financing at checkout for millions of customers that have no access to credit cards or other formal financing options. ZestMoney’s unique combination of AI, mobile technology and digital banking to make lives affordable for people, earning the company the 2020 Technology Pioneer […]

TuneIn is an audio streaming service that delivers live news, radio, sports, music, and podcasts to more than 75 million active monthly users. After experiencing some outages in their data centers several years ago, TuneIn’s engineering leadership decided to migrate their applications and services to the AWS cloud to stop managing their own physical infrastructure.   The Challenge After the migration, the cost of cloud operations was higher than prior […]

Challenge – Managing Cloud Spend from an Educated Perspective  Wildlife Studios, a mobile game company, was founded by brothers Victor and Arthur Lazarte in Sao Paolo in 2011. Since then the company has experienced hyper growth and has around 700 employees, 60 games with 2 billion downloads, and over 100 million monthly active players around the world.   With all their games running on AWS and hundreds of engineers spinning up servers at will, […]

NetApp IT’s goal in the cloud was straightforward: develop and deploy software without hardware constraints, serve business applications on-demand, and downsize their data center footprint. Along with those capabilities NetApp IT was looking to gain, they were also well aware of the barriers they would face adopting public cloud infrastructure. Cost was a significant factor, […]

Challenge – Optimizing EC2 Cost for Dynamic Workloads BTC works with many traditional Japanese businesses that are exploring how to expand and evolve their offerings in an online and mobile world. While their customers dictate what they want to achieve, BTC is responsible for the final selection of technologies and systems to deliver a successful […]

Challenge: Keeping Cloud Costs Low While Managing Disruptions in a Microservices Framework Carbon processes over 1 billion events every day (including intent signals, context, brand affinity, browsing behavior & demographics) and by integrating with other parts of the marketing technology stack such as ad-servers, demand side platforms (DSPs) and content management platforms, Carbon turns those […]

Challenge – Empowering Engineering Team While Containing EC2 Costs Chegg began their textbook rental business in 2005, running primarily as a monolithic web application, hosted in a colocation data center. After doing a forklift migration to AWS, they quickly realized that despite all the available instance types and flexible EC2 pricing, simply “running in the […]

The Challenge When the Demandbase engineering team shifted to a microservices architecture for their ad bidding systems, Kubernetes was the container orchestrator of choice. With a dynamic infrastructure deployed across 4 AWS regions, their bidding apps require bursting up to ~3000 nodes at different times all around the world. To ensure that their proprietary, Demand-Side […]