When introducing new online services, companies can find many benefits in using Amazon's multiple AWS platforms. As an experienced developer, many have used several of these services and can recommend them to others launching online services or dynamic websites.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) was introduced in 2002 and uses the infrastructure already available to one of the largest ISPs. AWS offers a number of AWS evaluation savings method and web services that make up today's cloud.
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AWS currently offers approximately 20 web services for use in the cloud. The most popular by far is Elastic Cloud Compute and Simple Storage Service, known as EC2 and S3 respectively.
Perhaps the fastest service existing website owners can use is Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3). S3 is an online file storage system with built-in high redundancy and unlimited scalability.
Amazon uses clustered servers around the world to guarantee 99.999999999% retention and 99.99% availability for any data you upload to S3.
All existing files on a website can be easily migrated to S3 so that they can be used as a (CDN)content delivery network.
AWS infrastructure forms the backbone of the super-fast internet, meaning that content is typically served much faster than if it were served from an inexpensive shared hosting account.