What services does amazon aws provide
Amazon AWS, known as Amazon Marketplace Web Services, offers a variety of services to enhance digital marketing strategies while saving costs. So, what services does Amazon aws provide?
AWS provides a total of 28 services in 14 categories, which can be roughly divided into five categories: computing, storage, application architecture, specific applications, and management:
1. Computing services
EC2: Virtual machine instance, including standard type, large memory, high computing power, HPC with 10G network, GPU and other types, Win/Linux OS, mainstream WEB, application server, database. It can be automatically scaled as needed. No persistent storage natively
Elastic MapReduce: MapReduce-type analysis, based on Hadoop, supports Hive/Pig. Can handle data in EC2 and S3
2. Storage service
S3: Mass file storage. There are two types of high reliability and low reliability.
SimpleDB: A highly scalable simple structured data store that supports extremely large data volumes. Strong consistency and eventual consistency are optional. Conditional update
RDS: Packaged MySQL service, backup and software maintenance
EBS: A block device that can be used by EC2 instances
ElastiCache: Memcached caching service. Distributed self-management.
Import/Export: Import and export data between AWS and storage devices (such as disk arrays)
SQS: highly reliable message queuing service, messages can be stored for 14 days.
3. Application Architecture Services
Cloud Front: CDN service that supports static files and streaming media. 20 points worldwide
SNS: topic-based message subscription and push service, supporting HTTP/EMail
SES: Mailing Service
Elastic Load Balancing: Load balance requests to EC2 instances
VPC: Virtual Private Cloud. Configurable network/subnet/IP/routing table
Route 53: DNS Service
4. Specific application services
FPS/DevPay: Billing service (not AWS billing, which means that the application uses this to bill the user)
GovCloud: For government applications, providing better security
5. Management services
CloudWatch: A Feature-Rich Performance Monitoring Service