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1. Formula 1 Selects AWS as Official Cloud and Machine Learning Provider
The Formula One Group (Formula 1) has decided to move the vast majority of its infrastructure from on-premises data centers to Amazon Web Services (AWS). The company will also use AWSs machine learning and data analytics services to accelerate its cloud transformation.
2. Choice Hotels to Move Infrastructure to AWS
Choice Hotels has decided to move its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Choice Hotels, which develops some of its own technology, will migrate over 1,000 applications to AWS, moving off legacy systems to help improve performance, scalability, and reliability.
3. Travelport Launches Global Accelerator Program in Collaboration with AWS
Travelport has launched a global accelerator program in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Dedicated to addressing the travel industrys biggest retailing challenges, the Travelport Accelerator will see tech startups and innovators looking to enter the travel space take aim at a series of different travel retailing issues, such as data protection, hyper-personalization,
4. Korean Air Completes Largest IT Modernization Project in its 52-Year History
Korean Air has completed the migration of its entire IT infrastructure to Amazon Web Services (AWS), three years after announcing its plans for cloud migration in November 2018. Korean, the first global full service carrier to complete an all-in migration to AWS, will use AWS cloud capabilities to encourage and strengthen innovation, as well as improve the customer experience. Publ
5. Guinness Six Nations Using AWS Analytics, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning Technologies
The Guinness Six Nations Championship, which kicked off with some thrilling games over the weekend, is using AWS (Amazon Web Services) analytics, machine learning, and deep learning services to deliver more in-depth insight into the Championship and enhance the match experience for rugby fans around the world.
6. Sabre to Deliver New Travel Solutions Through Amazon Web Services
Sabre Corporation has decided to leverage the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud to offer airline availability solutions that will help carriers increase booking rates and deliver faster responses. Working with Sabre, airline will house their availability data in the AWS Cloud which can then be accessed via multiple shopping channels, whether carrier website, online or offline travel
7. Ryanair Expands Partnership with Amazon Web Services
Ryanair, one of the world's largest airlines, has decided to move its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and close the vast majority of its datacenters over the next three years.
8. Revinate Selects Amazon Web Services as Sole Cloud Provider
Revinate, a SaaS company that allows hoteliers to transform guest data into revenue, has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its sole cloud provider. Through this collaboration, Revinate will migrate all data and infrastructure to the cloud.

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