AWS(Amazon Web Service)

What is Cloud Computing?

  1. Servers were costly back then, and they still are
  2. It was difficult to find skilled professionals
  3. A lot of efforts went into planning

What is AWS??

Benefits:

1) Easy to use:

2)Flexible:

3)Cost-Effective:

4)Scalable and high-performance:

5)Secure:

Use Cases of Amazon Web Services:

Repp Health

McDonald’s

WeWork

Popular Customers of Amazon Web Services

  1. McDonald’s
  2. Netflix
  3. Unilever
  4. Samsung
  5. MI
  6. Airbnb
  7. BMW
  8. ESPN

The Wrap-Up

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