Amazon Web Services (AWS) is an evolving, comprehensive cloud computing platform offered by Amazon. It offers a mix of the platform as a service (PaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and packaged software as a service (SaaS) provider.
AWS launched in 2006 from the internal infrastructure built to handle its online retail operation. AWS was one of the first organizations to introduce a pay-as-you-go cloud computing model that scales to provide the individuals with storage, compute or throughput as needed.
Amazon Web Services offers services from dozens of data centers feast across the availability zones (AZs) in regions across the world. An Availability zone signifies a location that classically contains multiple physical data centers, while a region is a collection of AZs in geographic closeness linked by low-latency network links. An AWS client can spin up virtual machines (VMs) and duplicate data in different AZs to attain a highly reliable infrastructure that is unaffected to failures of the entire data center and individual servers.
More than 100 services comprise the Amazon Web Services portfolio, including those for calculating, databases, infrastructure management, security, and application development. These services, by category, include:
- Database management
- Management, monitoring
AWS Security issues are described below:
- Highlighting a Security Strategy Ahead of Tools and controls
- Enlightening Confidence in Cloud Provider Security
- Crucial Who is Liable
- Addressing Agreement Regulations From the Get-Go
- Overwhelming the Lack of Security Visibility in the Cloud
- Appreciating why Attackers are Attracted to the Cloud
· Protecting Against Curious Onlookers in Multi-Tenant Infrastructures
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