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Elegant AWS Access Management with the IAM Role Injector

Elegant AWS Access Management with the IAM Role Injector

by John K.

To me, an important part of being an effective engineer is utilizing the best tool for the job. Most times you’ll need to orchestrate a bunch of them together. At Civis Analytics, we use Ansible for a myriad of dissimilar configuration management tasks: spin up AWS CloudFormation templates, install application dependencies, configure AWS CloudWatch alarms, etc. We’ve been using Ansible...

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Civis Analytics and AWS

Civis Analytics and AWS

by Civis Analytics

Data sets are growing rapidly. But in spite of this abundance of data, most organizations are still struggling to leverage all of it to understand their customers, figure out new markets, build their operations, and more. Data is the key to making these decisions effectively, but that data is buried deep in dozens of unconnected systems. There’s too much latency...

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Partnering with Discovery

Partnering with Discovery

by Peter B.

We are so happy to announce our partnership with Discovery Communications today. We’ll explore how the work Civis does can integrate in to Discovery’s global portfolio of television networks. Our teams are joining forces at a time when data and new technology continue to change the way viewers consume content. Together, we will interpret more accurately rapidly-evolving viewership patterns and...

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On building stuff at AWS re:Invent 2014

On building stuff at AWS re:Invent 2014

by Civis Analytics

Our founder, Dan Wagner, was recently featured at AWS re:Invent in a Founders Fireside Chat with Amazon CTO, Dr. Werner Vogels. Watch the full video, or read an excerpt below: Werner Vogels: “So do you actually build stuff?” Dan Wagner: “We do!” Werner Vogels: “So tell us the kinds of things that you build?” Dan Wagner: “We left the campaign...

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Person Matching on AWS

by Matt B.

Data scientists have to handle data from many different sources. Many of these sources however aren’t very useful until they can be combined together (list of potential customers, volunteer signups at a campaign rally, public records, etc). When an organization is trying to understand people, it needs all the information it has about individuals linked together in a single record....

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