AWS is the delivery of cloud computing services by Amazon to businesses and individuals. You could use AWS to help host your blog, or a company could buy storage space to manage their database of clients. AWS is also used for processing power to run software and apps remotely. It makes it possible not to have to buy and run the hardware/servers it would require for that kind of computing power



EC2 operating system management

  • Support for Amazon Linux: 2015.03+, Red Hat Enterprise Linux: 6 & 7, CentOS: 6 & 7, Ubuntu LTS Versions: 14.04 & 16.04
  • Configuration, optimization, patching, upgrades
  • Includes core apps like Apache, NGINX, etc.

Database Management Capabilities

  • Support for AWS database services, including RDS (Aurora), Redshift and DynamoDB
  • Expertise in AWS native tools, including Database Migration Service, Schema Conversion Tool, and Performance Insights

What Amazon AWS Route 53 brings to the DNS table

  • Domain Registration. You can purchase domains from all top level domains (.com, .net, .org, etc.) directly from route 53, avoiding the need to migrate altogether. Route 53 also provides privacy protection for your WHOIS record at no extra charge
  • Private DNS
  • Health Check
  • AWS service integration
  • Alias Records
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