The Fundamentals of Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) was officially launched in 2006 by its parent company, Amazon. At that time, it was an online book store. The business saw an opportunity in the marketplace to deliver services based on in-house experience in building highly scalable web application services, which they were using for Amazon. The mid 2000s was a time when the first massive, web-scale applications were starting to really take off, and Amazon was running such a web application. They had also invested heavily in the underlying technologies, infrastructure, and data centers to run their application reliably, with the best possible response times on a global scale. Those data centers and the services to run them ...

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