Amazon.com is the world’s largest online retailer. Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. Customer reviews, 1-Click shopping, personalized recommendations, Prime, Fulfillment by Amazon, AWS, Kindle Direct Publishing, Kindle, Fire tablets, Fire TV, Amazon Echo, and Alexa are some of the products and services pioneered by Amazon.
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E-commerce buyers want to pay for goods and services easily and securely. Amazon.com enables such payments with Amazon Wallet Service (Wallet), which every Amazon customer around the world interacts with when making purchases on Amazon or visiting the My Wallet page.
Tens of millions of people watch movies and TV shows on Prime Video, the video-streaming service from Amazon that also allows viewers to purchase content and download it for offline viewing. Customers want instant access to videos.
People performing product searches on the Amazon.com website or mobile app represent a very specific—and valuable—category of potential customer. Because they are searching on a retail site, they are closer to the purchase decision than someone performing the same search on general-interest web search engine.
As one of the world's largest online retailers, Amazon is also one of the world's largest targets for online fraud," says Balachandra Krishnamurthy software development manager on the Amazon Transaction Risk Management Services (TRMS) team.
Items & Offers
The Item Master Service (IMS) is responsible for the ingestion and processing of data from various suppliers and production of an authoritative catalog. IMS publishes catalog data to the Amazon website, search indexes
Across its many business entities, Amazon processes more than 20 billion financial transactions each month, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, royalties, amortizations, remittances, payments, and cash
Amazon delights customers with a vast selection of products and fast, often free, shipping. However, to deliver a simple, seamless shopping experience requires a massive amount of infrastructure and technology behind the scenes
Amazon builds and operates thousands of microservices to serve millions of customers. These include catalog browsing, order placement, transaction processing, delivery scheduling, video services, and Prime registration
Amazon Database Migration
(Business Data Technologies)
When people hear that Amazon is on the verge of concluding an enterprise-level, multiyear initiative to move the company's data from Oracle databases onto Amazon Web Services (AWS), this question might come to mind
Woot Serverless Case Study
Change is a constant on the front page of the website known as Woot.com. At Woot—the original daily deals site, founded in 2004 and acquired by Amazon in 2010—there are new special deals on electronics, clothing and outdoors gear, sports equipment
GameOn Case Study
It could have turned into a train wreck. The launch date was just days away for Amazon GameOn—a set of flexible APIs enabling game developers to offer leaderboards, multiplayer play, and tournaments with real-world prizes