We use AWS for hosting.
Co-founder & CEO - Frame.io
We chose AWS because we wanted a technological partner that is international and distributed, even though we are reconsidering it because the worldwide performance is not the best.
Co-founder & CTO - Musement
We are on AWS, so we use a lot of the email services provided by them.
Co-founder - Bayzat
We use AWS for queue management and mainly, for server hosting and databasing because of it’s real time management.
Co-founder & Product Manager - MailClark
AWS is where we host our servers and has its own set of analytics.
CEO - Jack Media
We like AWS.
Gian Luca Petrelli
Founder & Executive Chairman - BeMyEye
We use AWS for all of our servers and deployment. It’s probably the biggest thing we use, and we use a variety of things on AWS like Kibana, Elastic Beanstalk and SQS mechanisms.
Co-founder & VP Data - Zendrive
Amazon is awesome, but annoying. It’s complicated. It’s a super power tool--there are a million knobs. Learning them all is a highly technical activity. Just like how programming is hard, managing AWS is hard. But, it’s easier than managing your own servers.
Co-founder & CEO - Process Street
We use AWS heavily as we run our application on the cloud.
Founder - Andy OS
Our three pillars are Google Apps, AWS and Fog Creek.
Founder - Blackbird
Over the last year, we migrated everything from Heroku to AWS directly, and we use Convox to manage our deployments. Cost, control, and latency were why we switched. Heroku gets tricky and expensive long before you're really scaling horizontally, and we get much better performance from AWS directly.
Co-founder & CEO - Stylisted
Our site is hosted on AWS and is responsive based on the bootstrap framework to ensure it looks good on all devices. Our website, algorithm, and design have all been built from the ground up.
Co-founder & CMO - DownToJam
We utilize AWS for servers.
COO - Chat Sports
The most important tool we use is Amazon Web Services. Cloud computing was the first important tech decision we took. We are tech oriented first, and then educational. Having a cloud with customization options and reliability was very important to us.
Co-founder & CTO - Tutorlist
Our host, AWS, has analytics; we like looking at those as well.
Co-founder & CEO - Queen of Raw
We are huge users of AWS.
Founder & CEO - Justworks
We have free AWS (for now).
Co-founder - Datavore Labs
We just switched over to AWS from Rackspace because Rackspace was really expensive. We did a landscape analysis, decided on AWS, and it’s saving us 50% per year. It’s a less stable platform and we have more issues with it--things go down, we have to monitor it more closely and it requires more manpower--but we’re not unhappy with the switch.
CEO - DoSomething
This is one of our favorites in the web hosting space.
Founder & Head of Operations - Wheelhouse
We use AWS cloud storage for all of our customers’ galleries.
CEO & Co-founder - Plum Print
We started using AWS eight years ago--very early on. We’re big believers in AWS and love their aggressive pricing. AWS also seems to innovate far faster than anyone else. The breadth and depth of their offering is incredible and makes our jobs easier.
Founder - Built for Teams
We chose AWS because, when we started in 2012, there was no real competitor. Amazon had some good programs for early-stage companies, too. And from a pure monetary perspective, they’ve been great because they’re actually reducing their rates every year. AWS is 10 times bigger than Azure, which is bigger than the next guy, so there’s no incentive to switch to a competitor. They are extremely good at their core business.
Founder & CMO - Cloze
We use AWS for archived file storage only. That’s where we put all of our old client files that we don’t want to delete, but don’t want taking up space on our computers via Dropbox.
Founder & COO - Book In A Box
For product, we’re hosted on AWS.
Co-founder - Claim It!
We're a big fan of all the Amazon Web Services.
Founder & CEO - Socure
10%Stacklist Startups Are Using Amazon Web Services
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