Amazon Web Services is a collection of cloud computing services that make up the leading cloud platform. It was started in 2006 by Jeff Bezos, who also founded Amazon.com and is now the world’s richest person. Currently, there are many different types of AWS services and products being used to help individuals and businesses create new innovative ideas. These include S3, EC2, DynamoDB, DynamoDB Streams, Lambda, Kinesis Data Streams, AppStream 2.0, and many more. In today’s blog post we will go over the different types of AWS services with a brief explanation of what they do and how you can use them for your business or personal needs.
What Does AWS Do?
AWS provides a wide range of products that can be tailored to your specific needs – from storage to compute power to data processing speed – so it was hard for me to choose just one topic for this blog post, so I decided to explore all the different possibilities. So, without further ado let’s get started on our overview of Amazon Web Services:
Amazon Web Services Database Services
Database Service is an Amazon Web Services product that allows you to store and access large amounts of data at a high speed. One common use case for this type of service is when you need to develop a website or mobile app that requires tons of data, like a social media or e-commerce site. Another use case would be if you have a lot of data that needs to be stored over the long term and needs to be backed up offsite or if you have large volumes of data that need to be accessed via the internet. With databases services, instead of buying expensive on-premises servers, your business can rely on AWS instead.
In addition, databases services are available in many different types of configurations (e.g., relational vs NoSQL) so your business can choose which setup best fits its needs. For example, if you’re looking for more flexibility with your storage solution due to increased complexity in your business’s data, then relational databases may work better for you than NoSQL options because they offer more flexibility and fine-grained control over database operations. In contrast, if your business has a lot of structured data but less unstructured data, then a NoSQL database may be the best fit since it offers greater scalability thanks to distributed query execution and consistency across multiple machines in the hosting cluster without requiring as much dedicated hardware resources as relational databases do.
Data processing speed is another important factor when exploring database services as well because some people
Amazon Web Services Infrastructure Services
AWS Infrastructure Services are products that help with the infrastructure of your business or your cloud. These are products that provide you with a platform to build applications and services with greater ease. They include computing power, storage solutions, networking capabilities, and more. Some of the examples of these services include EC2 (Elastic Cloud Compute), S3 (Simple Storage Service), Route 53, DNS servers, and much more.
AWS has many different types of infrastructure solutions, so it is important to choose one based on your needs. For example, if you want to use AWS as a platform for web development then you would use EC2 as your service. If you want to use Amazon Web Services as a firewall, then you will use VPC (Virtual Private Cloud).
Many different aspects of business rely on AWS infrastructure services – from e-commerce sites to mobile app developers – so I hope this blog post helps put an idea in your head about what AWS can do for you!
The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) allows you to rent access to a virtual server. You can choose from over 54 different types of servers and configure them to your specifications. These virtual servers are billed on a per-second basis so the cheaper you get them, the bigger your savings will be!
If you want to store large amounts of data, then Amazon S3 is the service for you. The storage service allows users to create a bucket and upload files up to 5TB in size.
Kinesis Data Streams
Kinesis Data Streams give users a stream of data in real-time. Kinesis is a distributed, eventually consistent, reliable, and durable data stream processing system that lets you collect events in their original order and structure them with support for specific key fields. This is a great way to solve problems such as monitoring large amounts of data and analyzing that data in real-time. With Kinesis Data Streams, you can manage your streaming data in the same way that you would manage MySQL databases. You can create streams of events with different keys or different types of event payloads. You can also define and enforce rules on how to process those events.
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DynamoDB is a fast and scalable NoSQL database service that provides high availability, high performance, and fault tolerance. It uses region-based replication to create a globally distributed system. If there are any problems in one region, it automatically replicates the data to other regions. With an easy-to-use API and flexible data model, DynamoDB makes it easy for you to structure your data in a way that brings speed and agility to your applications.
With Lambda, you can create functions that are triggered when specific events occur. You can also create functions that are triggered by the passage of time. For example, you might want to set up a function that emails your boss every hour until he or she responds to your email request. This might be useful if you’re trying to avoid getting fired and you want to know whether or not your boss is going to be responsive before you go into work on Monday morning.
Lambda functions are created in Node.js, Python 3.6+, Java 8+, Go 1.8+ or C# 4.0+ languages
AppStream 2.0 is a new technology that makes it easy for developers to create cloud-based applications. It also provides a way to streamline the process of building and updating apps by merging them into one seamless website or application. Amazon Web Services provides the software development kit (SDK) to make AppStream 2.0 development as simple as possible and provides documentation on how to use this platform with your custom applications. With AppStream 2.0, you can focus on creating your app instead of having to worry about where it will be hosted or managing servers and resources yourself.