Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides on-demand cloud computing platforms (also called web services, e.g. Managed Database
). The technology allows partners to have at their disposal a full-fledged virtual cluster of computers, like a dynamic private data center, available all the time, through the internet. It is the biggest and most innovative player on the market ranking high in Gartner’s magic quadrants year after year.
What makes AWS really powerful is the vast number of services they provide on top of the pure infrastructure. AWS doesn’t only offer virtual machines, but platform and software as services as well, (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) for different levels of requirements. When using higher level managed services we don’t need to spend precious time and effort on maintaining virtual machines and application servers, rather focus on the business logic and the application itself.
Having computing and storage capacity available on-demand means that customers only pay for what they use. Resources can be obtained and released in seconds, a new service can go global in minutes. What’s more, this flexibility and elasticity doesn’t come with a high price tag – thanks to the global footprint, efficiencies and economies of scale allow passing savings to the customers. Multiple pricing options make sure that everyone’s needs are covered.
is the most common concern when people first consider moving to the cloud. In contrast, the AWS cloud is probably more secure than any on-premise data centers. Customers can leverage the tight security measurements and Amazon’s Assurance Program, which includes a long list of industry-standard certificates as well (ISO, SOC, PCI DSS, HIPAA and many others).
Being a certified AWS partner and having AWS certified Solution Architects and Developers we can cover the full life cycle of planning, developing, deploying and maintaining applications and services on the AWS platform. Our team will find the best reusable services and pricing alternatives to provide the most optimal solution in terms of price, complexity and delivery time.