Twitter Taps AWS for its Latest Foray into the Public Cloud

16 Dec 2020 10:15 AM | Mia Devonshire (Administrator)

Twitter have signed a long-term contract with Amazon to use their AWS.

They will be relying on AWS to help them run their core timelines. 

AWS are set to implement new features to improve the app. They are also working to improve Twitters capability, storage, security and the quality of delivery. 

The chief technology offer at Twitter, Parag Agrawal said “The collaboration with AWS will improve performance for people who use Twitter by enabling us to serve Tweets from data centers closer to our customers at the same time as we leverage the Arm-based architecture of AWS Gravition2 instances. In addition to helping us scale our infrastructure, this work with AWS enables us to ship features faster as we apply AWS’s diverse and growing portfolio of services.”

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