Continuing the discussion from Why AWS is Important in Cloud Computing?:
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most secure cloud service platforms, offering scalability, database storage, compute capacity, and other features to help businesses develop. It enables businesses to host dynamic websites on cloud servers and swiftly transport both static and dynamic data via a content delivery network around the world. Amazon Web Services is made up of a mix of IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), SaaS (Software as a Service), and PaaS (Platform as a Service) solutions.
How does AWS Cloud Computing work?
Enterprises can scale up using Amazon’s cloud service without having to invest a lot of money up front. Through the 69 availability zones (AZ) spread across the globe, it enables quick access to outstanding IT services at a cheap cost. Connected availability zones with several data centres are found in each of the 22 regions. Customers can use Virtual Machines like Amazon AWS EC2 to obtain a reliable IT infrastructure.
Amazon cloud computing allows businesses to pick from a variety of cloud computing models, including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS). On cloud computing models, the ability to alter infrastructure capacity to the appropriate scale allows customers to adapt to changing market demands.
Importance of AWS as a Cloud Computing Services
Since its inception in 2002, AWS has been developing game-changing cloud-based services and solutions. AWS cloud computing serves billions of users throughout the world, with over 100 cloud computing solutions available.
Compute Services on AWS
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2): Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud allows you to deploy apps in the AWS Cloud with scalable compute. Customers can rent virtual PCs to host applications without having to invest in on-premise equipment.
LightSail by Amazon: LightSail is a great cloud platform for quickly deploying apps. It assists customers in the creation of websites and the operation of business software. It also functions as a testing environment.
AWS Elastic Beanstalk: Elastic Beanstalk helps grow workloads by using autoscaling and elastic load balancing. It’s a cloud-based solution for tracking application performance. It also includes a robust framework for deploying cloud apps.
EKS (Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes) is a container service for Kubernetes. It makes it simple to migrate Kubernetes applications to EKS.
AWS Lamda: Customers who use AWS Lamda only pay for compute time. Lamda is also a serverless platform that executes code and manages resources as required.
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@vinayak2003 @yashikadevadiga15 Apart from the points mentioned here I’ll like to add few more words.
I agree AWS is good in these aspects but as mentioned in video there are many other VPS providers or you can say cloud service providers which is more or less similar to AWS.
Looking through point of view of pricing AWS falls slightly on the higher side while other alternatives like DigitalOcean and Linode comes in pretty cheap and is more useful to newbies and beginers.
The learning curve of DO and Linode is very simple and you can get started in under 10-15 minutes with fully knowing what you’re doing.