The move from a distributed microservices architecture to a monolith application helped achieve higher scale, resilience, and reduce costs.
Prime Video applies a distributed workflow scheduling system for publishing live sports content.
Embracing what she calls a “blue-sky opportunity,” the seasoned product manager opens up about her first months at Amazon Studios, helping to create the studio of the future.
Troubleshooting across Prime Video services using a near-real time log ingestion and query system that combines zero-knowledge observability with user and product insights.
How Prime Video ingests, processes, and distributes live TV to millions of customers around the world, while reducing costs
At Prime Video, cost optimization doesn’t mean compromising on quality or reliability for customers.
Prime Video used chaos testing to discover and prevent a customer-impacting failure, and then released an open-source library to help the developer community.
Prime Video invented a new way to set the producer reference time as the global time reference for live-event playback on customer devices.
At the European Women in Tech conference 2022, Filippa Hasselstrom, head of low-latency streaming at Prime Video, explained how her team builds the future of live sports streaming using UDP.
Amazon Studios Technology holds workshop to enhance interoperability of the JPEG XS codec, ensuring a healthy environment for this low-latency, high-quality transport that can send on-set camera feeds and graphical workstation outputs between on-premises locations and the cloud.