Amazon runs one of the largest public cloud computing platforms, a natural outcome of the server and data center infrastructure needed to run a huge general variety online store. Amazon Web Services was officially launched in 2006.
Amazon Web Services offers online services, mostly only directly to developers as compared to end-users. These online services provide functionality for third-party websites and applications to run in the cloud.
AWS claims to have a complete suite of products for any cloud-based solution.
Amazon Web Services' products are accessed through HTTP, using REST and SOAP protocols. AWS has nine regions around the world where its infrastructure is concentrated.
Amazon Web Services as one of the major public cloud players provides a viable alternative to traditional web hosting for many customers, but many also find more traditional web hosting better suited to their needs.
Control and transparency are two issues that come into play - one much smaller parallel perspective is how cloud email services offered by major providers did not stop businesses from maintaining their own mail servers in-house or from renting private mail servers.
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