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In the technological era we live in, why take the hassle of building and maintaining a complex authentication system ourselves? Or why even setup, maintain and monitor database servers? or when there are plenty of cloud storage services out there? And the answer to this thought would be Server less architectures. We've now gone from having servers hosted and managed in the cloud, to having servers that require zero touch taking resource abstraction to the next level. They also scale out automatically with usage, along with pay-as-you-go facility. With AWS, enterprises get an additional benefit of having an expert vendor (managing vast networks) handle their server. It provides on-demand cloud computing assets with multi-use purpose like storage of public or private data, hosts a static/dynamic website, discover innovative solutions for your industry, for processing scientific and business data, modernize your technology platform and managing peak loads.
Leveraging cloud management experience, AWS can help you build new and innovative products, services and solutions and as well get them into market more quickly so you can stay ahead of your changing business needs.
Cloud computing often referred to as “the cloud”, in simple terms which means storing or accessing your data over the internet rather than your own personal space. So answering this question, it is somewhere at the other end of your internet connection where you store your files and can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
This could be a big deal for you, primarily because of three reasons:
In a nutshell, it is the use of remote servers on the internet to store, manage and process data rather than a local server or personal repository.
There are three main models for cloud computing. The services it offers has been divided into three different models which represents a different part of the cloud computing stack.
SaaS(Software As a Service)– In this service the Cloud Provider leases applications or software which are owned by them to its client. The client can access these software on any device which is connected to the Internet using tools such as a web browser, an app etc.
In this service the Cloud Provider gives the ability to the customer to deploy customer created application using programming languages, tools etc that are provided by the Cloud Provider. The customer cannot control the underlying architecture including operating systems, storage, servers etc.
In this service the Cloud Provider provides the customer with virtual machines and other resources as a service, they abstract the user from the physical machine, location, data partitioning etc. If the user wants a Linux machine, he gets a linux machine, he will not worry about the physical machine or the networking of the system on which the OS is installed, simple.
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