Two Successful AWS VFX Pilots Demonstrate the Potential of Cloud-Based Render Farms and Workstations

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 27, 2021 4:32:00 PM / by Six Nines staff posted in application, cloud cio, DevOps, VFX, Media & Entertainment, Studio in the Cloud

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A small studio in Minnesota and a large one in India realize the performance and flexibility of Amazon Web Services solutions

Given all the compute resources required for visual effects (VFX) work, studios face a tricky balancing act; they need to stay up to date on the latest technologies and ensure they have enough resources available for workload spikes while keeping costs in check. When relying solely on local workstations and servers, it’s not easy. Especially when there is business growth on the horizon or the marketplace suddenly shifts, as it has with the coronavirus pandemic.

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Faster COVID-19 Terminology and Healthcare Data Solution Aided by Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO) Move to AWS Cloud

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 13, 2020 10:52:12 AM / by Six Nines staff posted in application, cloud cio, DevOps, Healthcare

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IMO quickly develops normalization product with COVID-related datasets after moving to Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud with support from Six Nines IT.

Health care providers in clinical settings rely on electronic health record (EHR) systems to aid them in patient record keeping and patient billing. An important part of the billing process involves the use of clinical interface terminology applications that provide medical dictionaries which automatically tie to the correct billing code. During the COVID pandemic, health care providers must have access to accurate COVID-related datasets, terminology, and billing codes.

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Session management for Web-Applications on AWS Cloud

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 26, 2017 9:32:00 AM / by Ben Rodrigue posted in application, architecture, AWS, best practices, database-tier, loadbalancing, Nitheesh Poojary, session, Technology, web, webtier

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Author: Nitheesh Poojary, Cloud Architect - Six Nines IT
Editors: Vinny Carpenter, Justin Alan Ryan


When a user uses web pages in a given browser, a user session is created by the server and the session ID is managed internally during the web session of the user. For example, when a user viewed three pages and logs out, this is termed as one web session. The HTTP protocol is stateless, so the server and the browser should have a way of storing the identity of each user session. 

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