AWS re:Invent 2018: Corteva Scales DNA Analysis to Meet Increasing Business Demand (ENT218-S)


Corteva Agriscience, the agricultural division of DowDuPont, produces as much DNA sequence data every six hours as existed in the entire public sphere in 2008. On-premises processing and storage could not scale to meet the business demand. Partnering with Sogeti (part of Capgemini), Corteva replatformed their existing Hadoop-based genome processing systems into AWS using a serverless, cloud-native architecture. In this session, learn how Corteva Agriscience met current and future data processing demands without maintaining any long-running servers by using AWS Lambda, Amazon S3, Amazon API Gateway, Amazon EMR, AWS Glue, AWS Batch, and more. This session is brought to you by AWS partner, Capgemini America.   Complete Title: AWS re:Invent 2018: Petabytes of Data & No Servers: Corteva Scales DNA Analysis to Meet Increasing Business Demand (ENT218-S)


Duration: 46:20
Publisher: Amazon Web Services
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