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What Is Amazon Web Services?

Amazon Web Services provides a complete set of Cloud Computing services that enable you to build sophisticated, scalable applications. Today, hundreds of thousands of customers of all sizes take advantage of these Cloud Computing services in a diverse set of industries, including healthcare, media, financial services, insurance, real estate, retail, education and the public sector.

AWS Cloud Computing Use Cases

Hundreds of thousands of customers have joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) community and use AWS solutions to build their businesses. The AWS cloud computing platform provides the flexibility to build your application, your way, regardless of your use case or industry. You can save time, money, and let AWS manage your infrastructure, without compromising scalability, security, or dependability.

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Web hosting development has unique requirements for scalability, reliability, security, and more. Amazon Web Services provides massive compute power that can scale as your business grows, very large amounts of storage that can handle the most demanding requirements your application may throw at it, a powerful database service that is both easy to use and flexible enough for the unique requirements of web applications, and several other services that satisfy your dynamic web hosting needs.
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Enterprise Applications

Many enterprises maintain and operate their own IT infrastructure — a task that often distracts from differentiating their business from competition and providing value for their customers. Amazon Web Services offers a reliable, secure environment on which businesses and their IT partners can host both internal- and external-facing applications. By hosting on the Amazon cloud computing platform, businesses can access on-demand, cost-effective infrastructure solutions and subsequently save time, money, and management resources.
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Big Data On AWS

Scientists, developers, and many other technologists from many different industries are taking advantage of Amazon Web Services to perform big data analytics and meeting the challenges of the increasing volume, variety, and velocity of digital information. Amazon Web Services offers an comprehensive, end-to-end portfolio of cloud computing services to help you manage big data by reducing costs, scaling to meet demand, and increasing the speed of innovation.

See the AWS Big Data solutions for every stage of the big data lifecycle:

Collect > Stream > Store > RDBMS | Data Warehouse | NoSQL > Analytics > Archive

Getting up to speed with big data in the cloud has never been easier.
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Backup And Storage

Amazon Web Services (AWS) storage solutions are designed to deliver secured, scalable, and durable storage for businesses looking to achieve efficiency and scalability within their backup and recovery environments, without the need for an on-premises infrastructure. Storage designed to provide 99.999999999% durability.

Mobile APPS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) storage solutions are designed to deliver secured, scalable, and durable storage for businesses looking to achieve efficiency and scalability within their backup and recovery environments, without the need for an on-premises infrastructure. Storage designed to provide 99.999999999% durability.

Digital Media

Media distribution can be an unpredictable and expensive business. Companies looking to serve media files can incur extremely high storage and bandwidth costs, far exceeding those of many other businesses. Cost-effectively storing and distributing large media files become primary concerns for making the business economics work. Amazon Web Services enables cost-effective, scalable, and dependable distribution of content with services such as Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront.
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