Jennifer Fitzpatrick

Top 5 Benefits of Amazon Web Services

As companies continue moving to the Cloud, options for Cloud-based services and platforms continue to grow. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one great option for meeting the broad range of business needs in this area.

Running your applications on AWS can help you move faster, operate more securely, and save substantial costs, all while benefitting from the higher scale and superior performance of the Cloud.

Here are the top five benefits of using AWS.

Easy to Set Up and User Friendly

Even if you’ve never used Cloud services before, getting started with AWS is easy, no matter which product category you’re using. Amazon offers information and tutorials for storing files, running a virtual server, hosting a website, running a database, and much more. The AWS Management Console also enables users to manage services simply and intuitively, with options for a command line interface and an application program interface (API).

2.    More Cost-Effective than other Options

You can save money with AWS based on uptime and productivity. AWS also has lower entry costs; a start-up or small business can reap the rewards of the Cloud without having to invest much up front. And the beauty of AWS is that you pay only for what you use, with no long-term contracts.

3.    Can Scale Up or Down

The pay-as-you-go model and existing infrastructure of AWS means that you’ll be able to take advantage of nearly unlimited scalability. As your organization grows, services and resources can be quickly added and subtracted. The overall cost to the individual business is less variable than with other models because you’re using the service within an existing customer base.

Everyone Gets the Same High Level of Security

Whether you’re a single user or a large enterprise, AWS provides the same first-class level of security. All data is stored in secure AWS data centers that meet compliance and data residency requirements. 

5.     Flexible Services for Diverse Needs

Whether you’re migrating from another Cloud service or reorganizing your company’s IT infrastructure, you have choice and flexibility with AWS. You’ll benefit from being able to use the operating system, programming language, database, and other software and services that work best for your environment. This flexibility will help you to move faster and maintain agility over time. 

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