Everything You Need to Know About AWS
What Is Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
Amazon Web Services is a remote computing service that provides cloud computing infrastructure supplemented with storage, bandwidth and customized support for application programming interfaces (API).
Why it’s an apple of the eye for big shots?
On the Go Pricing
Amazon took a refreshing approach to price its hosting that every service is “a la carte”, meaning you pay for what you use makes it a top point to stand above from the rest.
Gives a Xeon-class performance when compared to a traditional hosting environment, where it would have meant downtime and 404 errors as the websites would have just gone dark. Whilst in a cloud-hosted environment like AWS cloud, there’s adequate separation between processing and storage that sites remain online continually.
Unauthorized access to the AWS cloud resources can be restricted using the IAM (Identity and Access Management). Using the roles in IAM, we can define the privileges for user actions which greatly reduce any malpractices and hack threats.
AWS tools like Auto Scaling, and Elastic Load Balancing, lets you scale up or down based on demand.
When developers make a capacity decision prior to deploying an application, they often end up with either idle expensive resources or limited capacity, which can result in a poor end-user experience until resource constraints are resolved. With the AWS cloud, this problem can be trimmed off. Developers can provision the number of resources they need when they need it. If they need more, they can easily scale up. If they don’t need them, they just turn them off and stop paying.
Speed & Agility
Deploy hundreds or even thousands of compute nodes in minutes, without having to talk to anyone. This self-service module lets developer to create and deploy applications and allows software development teams to innovate more quickly and more frequently.
Whether an AWS customer is a big player or a start-up, it definitely has potential end users around the globe. With traditional alternatives, it’s really hard to deliver impressive performance to a broadly distributed user base. With AWS cloud, such bottlenecks are addressed where developers can easily deploy applications to reach end users in multiple geographies using the same AWS technologies operating in different locations around the world.
Amazon cloud is highly secured services that can help you to reduce overall burgeoning costs of infrastructure on, like servers, along with making a huge savings staff required to build and maintain the infrastructure. So with no second thought, it definitely has a positive impact on your bottom line.
Are you ready to experience Amazon cloud or for your next project? Holler to Intellectfaces today if you wish to streamline your business processes, improve efficiency and scalability of your IT systems and reduce costs through AWS cloud!