See the latest news and updates about the Cal Poly DxHub, the world’s first university-based innovation program powered by AWS.
June 7, 2018
Andy Jassy, leader of Amazon’s cloud computing business, and alum Wyatt Oroke, a Baltimore middle school teacher, will address grads
Jassy has been with Amazon, the Seattle-based electronic commerce and cloud computing company, since 1997. Since launching Amazon Web Services (AWS) in 2006 with fewer than 60 coworkers, Jassy’s inventive and nimble team has grown to thousands as they continue to develop and deliver a multitude of services for compute, storage, databases, analytics, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), serverless computing, augmented and virtual reality, and more.
October 19, 2017
Cal Poly Launches World's First University-Based Cloud Innovation Center Powered By Amazon Web Services
The Cal Poly Digital Transformation Hub powered by AWS will address public sector technology challenges with proven innovation methods
Through a strategic relationship, California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), one of the nation’s top masters-level universities, and Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon.com company will today launch the Cal Poly Digital Transformation Hub powered by AWS (DX-Hub). The DX-Hub has been created to accelerate digital transformation in the government, education and nonprofit sectors through the application of cloud technologies.
Public sector, education, and nonprofit organizations face rapid changes in technology with limited personnel and financial resources to meet the intensifying digital expectations of their constituencies. The DX-Hub combines the power of proven AWS innovation techniques with the deep subject matter expertise and Learn by Doing philosophy of Cal Poly students and faculty. Read more