Innovation at work (at Zillow)
See how AWS is helping Zillow transform real estate experiences for people and businesses alike, achieving near-unlimited object storage, faster bandwidth, and maximum availability.
Living in a high-res future
As Zillow grew in popularity and agents began posting higher resolution photos with their listings, the company found that its legacy imaging system and data centers were running close to capacity every day, growing too expensive and processing images too slowly. Enter AWS.
Making a move to the cloud
To solve scalability, performance, and disaster recovery challenges, Zillow decided to move to AWS. The company now stores 100 TB of data—including 300 million images—on flexible AWS Cloud infrastructure, greatly simplifying data management. Zillow also uses AWS to intelligently throttle download speeds, enabling it to take advantage of image providers that support faster downloading without overloading ones that don’t.
Achieving better results with relevance
Capacity, bandwidth, and availability issues are a thing of the past for Zillow, as AWS provides more than enough scalability and performance to meet demand. Using AWS, Zillow gives sellers the ability to bring dream homes to life for prospective buyers through beautiful high-res images, served up quickly and reliably. That’s the comfort of innovation on AWS.
More innovation at work
Collaborating for healthier outcomes
GE Healthcare aims to improve patient outcomes by reducing workflow processing times through the efficient sharing of medical image data between specialists and referring physicians. Explore how AWS solutions help the company connect and control 500,000 imaging devices to do just that.
Build better apps in less time
Organizations are looking for ways to build better applications and release them faster. Modern applications are built with a combination of new architecture patterns, operational models, and software delivery processes, and they allow businesses to innovate faster while reducing risk, time to market and total cost of ownership.
Managing for massive scalability
Pinterest has tripled its use of storage and compute over just two years—without worrying about reliability or scalability. AWS has helped the wildly popular visual bookmarking site grow to more than 200 million users and two billion boards.