Computing Backbone

99.9% Availability – Unlimited Demand
Because demand can be unpredictable and downtime is not an option. JingleSPOT is designed to run on the most powerful commercial cloud computing platform available, Amazon Web Services. Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of computing power, database storage, and applications.

 

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    Who’s Using Amazon Web Services?

    Adobe, Airbnb, AOL, BMW, Capital One, Comcast, Coursera, Docker, Dow Jones, European Space Agency, Expedia, Financial Times, General Electric, GE Oil & Gas, Guardian News & Media, Harvard Medical School, Hearst Corporation, Hitachi, HTC, IMDb, Johnson & Johnson, Kellogg’s, Lamborghini, Lyft, McDonalds, NASA, Netflix, Nokia, …

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    AWS Case Studies

    Netflix recently made headlines when it announced it was moving entirely to AWS public cloud. Online travel company Expedia uses AWS to help support its Asia Pacific customers, especially. Slack has been with AWS since 2009, utilizing a variety of AWS tools and services for …

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    6 Reasons Why We Chose AWS

    There’s no denying the speed of AWS. The Elastic Block Storage is nearly as fast as S3, but provides different features. EC2 Compute Units give Xeon-class performance on an hourly rate. The reliability is better than most private data centers in the world, and if …

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    Why AWS dominates the cloud services market

    AWS has more than 10 times the computing capacity in use than the next 14 largest cloud companies combined. So how come no-one has managed to oust AWS from its IaaS throne? Rapid service offerings and higher-level solutions expansion. Broadest range of use cases. Amazon has been in the business the longest. AWS …

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