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Korean Air Lines Korean moves infrastructure to Amazon Web Services

Wednesday 28 November 2018 | 07:30 CET | News
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced that Korean Air Lines is moving its infrastructure to AWS. Korean Air plans to leverage Amazon Simple Storage Services (Amazon S3) and AWS data warehousing and analytics services, such as Amazon Redshift and Amazon Athena, for its data lake project. The airline is migrating production workloads—including its website, loyalty program, flight operations, and other mission critical operations—to AWS and plans to shut down its data centers over the next three years.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: Amazon
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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