Global Job Site Indeed Selects AWS as Its Preferred Cloud

Indeed, one of the world’s largest job sites, has selected AWS as its preferred cloud. As part of the multi-year agreement, Indeed will migrate more than 30 petabytes of data to AWS, moving its customer-facing products, business-critical workloads, and legacy databases to AWS.

As a result of the move, Indeed expects to reduce its global data center footprint by 40% while streamlining its overall IT operations. By running on AWS cloud, Indeed can scale its core data platform on top of AWS’s infrastructure. This would enhance the job site’s availability and reliability – to give users around the world better performance even during periods of peak demand.

Indeed is leveraging the breadth and depth of AWS services, including analytics, machine learning, managed databases, compute, storage, serverless, security, and data warehousing. By using these services, Indeed intends to accelerate innovation of new customer-facing products and services while reducing development costs for those products by more than 20%.

AWSIndeed will leverage AWS to analyze more than one petabyte of data per day. This would help deliver powerful new insights into customer interests, activities, and outcomes to inform how it connects job seekers and employers.

“AWS is our preferred choice for cloud infrastructure and services, and we are excited to provide our data platform users with the increased availability, performance, and security that come with running on AWS,” said Doug Gray, SVP and General Manager of Platforms at Indeed. “By giving our developers access to the wide range of AWS services, we are empowering them to build the most powerful and efficient tools so that we can continue to deliver on our mission to help people get jobs.”

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“By giving our developers access to the wide range of AWS services, we are empowering them to build the most powerful and efficient tools so that we can continue to deliver on our mission to help people get jobs,” said Doug Gray, SVP and General Manager of Platforms at Indeed.

AWS offers over 175 fully featured services for compute, storage, databases, networking, analytics, robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and more. These AWS services are offered from 77 Availability Zones (AZs) within 24 geographic regions, with announced plans for nine more Availability Zones and three more AWS Regions in Indonesia, Japan, and Spain.

“Indeed is a trusted resource for hundreds of millions of job seekers and employers, and its platform is more critical than ever during this time when so many people are searching for work,” said Greg Pearson, Vice President, Worldwide Commercial Sales at Amazon Web Services. “Powered by the world’s leading cloud, Indeed has the reliability, scale, and services it needs to help those job seekers find favorable outcomes. Data is at the heart of Indeed’s business, and by moving its data platform to AWS, Indeed can leverage the broadest and deepest array of services, including analytics and machine learning, to fuel innovation and better match employers with prospective talent. Growing and streamlining its business on AWS will enable Indeed to remain lean and nimble as it creates new experiences for its users so that it can continue to lead the field for job search.”