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What Are the Essential Components in Amazon Web Services?
Amazon Web Services is an umbrella term for a set of software and services designed by E-commerce giant Amazon Company to help enterprises develop, manage, and utilize the cloud. AWS is best known for offering on-demand cloud services for all types of businesses and individuals, in a metered monthly pay-per-use basis.
AWS benefits users with low cost, scalable & high secured cloud environment in which any enterprise or individual can easily build, deploy, and maintain applications with a minimal amount of effort or cost.
To accomplish this goal, a number of different concepts have been developed so let’s have a look at these services.
- Virtualization in AWS
Various Virtualization technologies, such as Citrix and Xen, are used to provide the ability for users to run virtual machine applications on Amazon’s infrastructure. Virtualization enables the application and infrastructure to be separated, so that it may run independently of the physical hardware or even the operating system. You can no more in-depth about virtualization in AWS with our AWS Training in Hyderabad.
- AWS Cloud Infrastructure
Cloud infrastructure helps to provide a secure, scalable, and efficient cloud service. All Amazon Web Services, including EC2, is based on public cloud infrastructure. This means that they are made available to any customer in an easy-to-use, highly reliable way. By utilizing public cloud infrastructure, enterprises are able to take advantage of reduced costs, flexible capacity, and access to the global network at low cost.
- AWS Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) helps organizations to connect their services, applications, and infrastructure to the rest of the network and to achieve unified control over a single source for information. Through a variety of application programming interfaces (APIs), an enterprise can communicate to the rest of the network, such as S3, the application servers, databases, storage, load balancers, and other infrastructure, such as message queues, application delivery controllers, and more.
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