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  • What You Should Know

    About AWS

  • Looking to

    deploy Amazon Web

    Services in your

    company?

  • Are you just a cloud computing

    enthusiast who wants to know

    more about the platform that

    serves millions of customers and is

    one of the biggest cloud

    backbones existing in the world

    today.

  • Amazon Web Services provide online services for other web

    sites or client-side applications

    Scalable and Elastic are the two traits that the popularity of

    cloud services ride on. With the aim of building a reliable,

    distributed and transactional IT infrastructure, Amazon

    launched Amazon Web Services.

  • Some facts and guidelines that everyone related to or working in the

    domain of cloud computing should know.

    Physical location Services Available Raw Computing

    Networking Content DeliveryAmazon Database

    Services

    Brand

    Establishment and

    Recognition

  • Physical location

  • While Amazon has a quintessential presence in the e-commerce

    space online, it is rather difficult to imagine the scale at which

    the AWS functions in terms of hardware.

    The AWS is located in 8 locations including US, Europe, Asia,

    Brazil and Australia. Each zone has distinct data centres

    providing AW services.

    It is a discreet and decentralized IT infrastructure that exists all

    around the world and serves two purposes coverage and ease

    of access.

  • Services Available

  • AWS provide an array of different services that vary in flexibility

    and ease of deployment.

    These also differ in their purpose and hardware/software skills

    needed to develop apps.

    This helps the clients to adapt faster and deploy quicker.

    AWS include a lot of services that map across different possible

    functions or features a client might want to deploy in its

    application implementation.

    They are listed under the genres of computing they fall under.

  • Raw Computing

  • Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (or better known as EC2).

    It is at the heart of Amazon Web Services; it allows users to buy

    virtual compute servers to run their applications.

    Users working on this service boot an Amazon Machine Image

    to create a virtual machine.

    It is like a normal terminal, but everything that goes on, goes on

    in the cloud.

    EMR (Elastic Map Reduce) handles Big Data effectively. It uses a

    hosted Hadoop framework on the AMI.

  • Networking

  • Amazon Route 53 and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) are

    the two networking branches of AWS.

    While the former handles DNS based server leasing and

    associated services like cPanel integration, the latter can establish

    a VPN connection (secure connection) between EC2 servers and

    any other network.

    It is implemented when a secure connection is to be established

    for privileged access or encryption while real-time deployment of

    AWS services.

  • Content Delivery

  • Amazon is known as one of the first content delivery services to

    exist with a cloud backbone.

    The simple storage service (S3) provides web based storage for

    AWS clients.

    A low cost alternative to the S3 is the Amazon Glacier, which can

    be used for long term storage.

  • There are others that vary with space and security degree of the

    data being stored.

    While Amazon takes care of the data its clients store on its

    servers, it is prudent to have some security layers of your own

    while deploying system applications on the AWS cloud servers

    like privileged access and encryption.

  • Amazon Database

    Services

  • Probably the most important part of the application

    implementation for organizations is a reliable storage and

    database management services.

    AWS have it integrated in its environment. DynamoDB is a low

    cost NoSQL database for professional applications.

  • Amazon RDS is also another option that includes MySQL and

    Informix.

    There are a lot of other options which comply to different

    development requirements.

    One should go through the AWS manual before choosing

    one.

  • Brand Establishment

    and Recognition

  • AWS is one of the most reputed cloud platforms available

    today so it is natural that your applications is likely to have

    some credibility if it is built on the AWS platform.

    It is still up to the developer to ensure security and robustness

    for the entire implementation.

  • AWS has partnerships with other experts in the cloud domain

    like SAP so it is likely that if you outsource your development, it

    is likely to exist on the AWS.

    The flexibility of AWS allows you to keep the programming

    models, languages, and operating systems that you are already

    using or choose others that are better suited for the project.

  • AWS is a good option for people desiring flexibility and ease

    of development with a creditable brand image of the cloud

    platform. Care should still be taken to ensure a robust design

    implementation. Refer to our blog post about the measures

    and pointers to keep in mind and to aggressively deploy

    while developing on the AWS.

  • Read more on Amazon Web Services:

    1. Know Why Amazon Web Services Cloud Platform Is Still Leading The Market?

    3. How Does Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Work?

    2. Amazon Web Services: Next Generation Of Cloud Computing

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