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Companies using Amazon EC2
How Amazon EC2 is being used
  • imgur


    About a year and a half ago (written June 2013) we moved from dedicated servers over to AWS. Thanks to AWS, we no longer have to think on a server level. Instead, we think of everything as a cluster of instances, and an instance is essentially a virtual server where we don’t have to worry about the hardware. It’s a relief to not have to worry about the hardware behind the instances.

    The clusters we have are: WWW, API, Upload, HAProxy, HBase, MySQL, Memcached, Redis, and ElasticSearch, for an average total of 80 instances. Each cluster handles the job that its name describes, all working together for the common goal of giving you your daily (hourly?) dose of image entertainment.

    Below is a diagram of how they all work together:

  • Emportant Technologies - Enterprise HR Software

    #<User:0x00007fd19facc8d0> Emportant Technologies - Enterprise HR Software

    Our app servers are served from EC2

  • Pathwright

    #<User:0x00007fd19fb53b50> Pathwright

    App servers, celery VMs, and a number of internal supportting systems run on EC2.

  • PlayCanvas

    #<User:0x00007fd19fb81f78> PlayCanvas

    Almost all our servers run from Ubuntu on AWS EC2, as it is robust and easy to work with.

  • Zinc

    #<User:0x00007fd19faf0708> Zinc

    We're in the process of moving to a SOA (service-oriented architecture), and each of our services run on a cluster of EC2 boxes behind an ELB. Our services are built primarily with Go and Ruby, depending on the requirements.

  • Instacart

    #<User:0x00007fd19fbbf788> Instacart

    We liked a lot of things about Heroku. We loved the build packs, and we still in fact use Heroku build packs, but we were frustrated by lack of control about a lot of things. It’s nice to own the complete stack, or rather as far down as AWS goes. It gave us a lot of flexibility and functionality that we didn’t have before. We use a lot of Amazon technology.

  • EverTrue


    Pretty much all the things.

  • Opstax .com Brochure Website

    #<User:0x00007fd1ac443808> Opstax .com Brochure Website

    Opstax uses EC2 in replacement for traditional physical infrastructure.

  • Carbonmade

    #<User:0x00007fd1ac479ea8> Carbonmade

    We have over fleet of over 25 servers running at any given time that scales elastically with load.

  • BrightMachine

    #<User:0x00007fd1ac51f4e8> BrightMachine

    For hosting and scaling our infrastructure based on demand.

  • MOCI

    #<User:0x00007fd1ac54f698> MOCI

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  • InstaGIS

    #<User:0x00007fd1ac5897a8> InstaGIS

    It provides our cluster in a VPC

  • NowKash

    #<User:0x00007fd1ac613188> NowKash

    We use Amazon EC2’ to obtain and configure capacity.

  • #<User:0x00007fd1ac6a5b00> One Legal

    Various Activities.

  • Zube

    #<User:0x00007fd19fc30460> Zube

    Site hosting.