[RECAP] Database on AWS – Scaling Applications & Modern Data Architectures

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On Tuesday (19/09), a representative from ANGIN attended a workshop by AWS (Amazon Web Services) on scaling application and modern data architectures at Fairmont Jakarta. During this workshop, AWS shared the latest developments in cloud databases and deployment strategies. They also explored some of the basic architectural concepts and review case studies showing how companies are doing all of this on AWS today. Great learning for our portfolio companies and work with the Connector.id
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