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Kithmini Indimagedara
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Today, we'll take some time to dive into Amazon Web Services.

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What exactly is AWS, and how does it work?

Amazon Web Service is a cloud computing platform that offers scalable and cost-effective cloud computing solutions.AWS is a widely used cloud platform that provides several on-demand operations such as compute power, database storage, content delivery, and so on to help businesses scale and grow.

Why AWS?

The AWS Free Tier, which gives you access to the main functionality of AWS's services at a low cost, is one of the features that distinguishes this platform (typically free, unless you exceed certain thresholds on computing time, storage space and other metrics, in which case you are charged at the normal AWS rate).

This allows people like me to experiment and explore cloud computing and Amazon's bespoke offerings without committing to long contracts or payment plans. Prior to the existence of platforms like this, I would have had to consider renting a server at a high upfront cost (often with 12-24 month minimum terms), which would be absurd if I just wanted to practice running a few SSH commands or writing a small ARM program.

This allows people like me to experiment and explore cloud computing and Amazon's bespoke offerings without committing to long contracts or payment plans. Prior to the existence of platforms like this, I would have had to consider renting a server at a high upfront cost (often with 12-24 month minimum terms), which would be absurd if I just wanted to practice running a few SSH commands or writing a small ARM program.

Benefits of Cloud Computing with AWS

  • Large amounts of data storage
  • Large dataset processing
  • Peak load handling for e-commerce websites.
  • Static website hosting
  • Web, application, and database tiers are used to host dynamic applications or websites.
  • And much, much more.
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