Customer Case Studies

Capital One

Capital One is using or experimenting with nearly every AWS service for its most critical workloads. Rob Alexander, Capital One’s CIO, says, “The financial service industry attracts some of the worst cyber criminals. We work closely with AWS to develop a security model, which we believe enables us to operate more securely in the public cloud than we can in our own data centers.”

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Dow Jones & Company

Dow Jones & Company

Dow Jones & Company delivers news and content in 28 languages to support business decision makers around the world. The company chose AWS because it helps them improve time to market for its products. All of the non-AWS software they use works on Amazon EC2, making it possible to migrate applications to the cloud and work on optimizing the environment down the road.

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Pacific Life Insurance

Pacific Life Insurance

Pacific Life turned to AWS for a hybrid solution that combines the AWS cloud with the company’s own data centers. With AWS, Pacific Life can quickly scale up additional capacity at lower cost than adding to its own data center assets, while benefitting from built-in security features in AWS products that help Pacific Life with compliance issues.

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Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball

The AWS Cloud powers Major League Baseball to deliver next-gen data for unprecedented analysis of every pitch, player and play. Using a missile radar system, MLB’s Statcast measures every ball more than 2,000 times per second. Combined with Statcast’s real-time analysis using the AWS Cloud, we can now quantify every aspect of “making a play.”

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Philips HealthSuite

Philips HealthSuite

The AWS Cloud helps Philips turn clinical data into actionable insights. Through a global network and deep data repository, Philips HealthSuite helps clinicians around the world draw on the wisdom of petabytes of health data to create personalized patient diagnoses and treatments.

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Intuit

Intuit

Intuit provides financial and tax preparation software for small businesses, accountants, and individuals worldwide. The company began using AWS to host TurboTax during tax season, which reduced cost by a factor of six. Using AWS enables Intuit to reach new markets, speed development, and better serve its customers. Today, Intuit runs 33 applications on AWS and plans to move the rest to the cloud in the coming years.

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Zillow

Zillow

Zillow is the leading housing rental and real estate marketplace, used by tens of millions of home buyers, sellers, and renters. As a result of migrating its image-processing system to AWS, the company improved user experience on its image-heavy websites, halved its content delivery network costs, and can now process more than 3 million images per day and serve up to 150,000 images per second.

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