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Amazon Web Services, popularly known as AWS, can be defined as a subsidiary of the Amazon.com. It is an on-demand cloud computing platform that offers a suite of cloud-computing services. Did you know? That the Amazon web services can operate from 16 geographical regions across the globe. The AWS comprises of two types of services, one is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, which is also known as EC2, and  the other is Amazon Simple Storage Service, which is also known as S3. Today, apart from these two major services AWS has 70 more services, across a wide range, such as compute, storage, networking, database, analytics, application services, deployment, management, mobile, developer tools, etc. In the market, Amazon sells AWS as a service that provides a large computing capacity, which is not only quicker, but also cheaper, for any client company. Hence, AWS is preferred over building an actual physical server farm.

There are several benefits of Amazon Web Services, such as is easy to use. It has been designed to allow the users, to host their applications quickly and securely via AWS’s application hosting platform. It also enables a user to choose the operating system, programming language, web application platform, database, and other services required, hence it is very flexible. One of its major benefits is that it is cost-effective. One can pay only for the compute power, storage, and other resources that have been used, without any long-term contracts or up-front commitments. Being associated with an established business Amazon, it is very reliable, scalable and secure.

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