In my previous blog, I attempted to explain what Amazon Web Services (AWS) is. I discussed some aspects of cloud computing, as well as what AWS is and how it can benefit consumers with their start-ups or programming in general. In this blog, I will be providing you with some examples of what services are provided to you by AWS. So let’s begin.
1) Amazon EC2
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a computing infrastructure that allows users to run a range of application programs. It’s an AWS service that offers flexible computing power, allowing us to scale up or down as our needs change, reducing the need to forecast traffic. Spend less time on server maintenance and more time on strategic initiatives. Amazon EC2 is unquestionably one of the most successful and fastest-growing AWS services.
Getting Started with Amazon EC2
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How to Deploy Code to a Virtual Machine - AWS
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2) Amazon RDS
The Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) was created to improve the usability of your infrastructure. You can create dedicated database instances in minutes using this AWS service. These instances can also support a variety of database engines, including SQL Server, SQL, PostgreSQL, and others.
Take care of your time and stop wasting it on database server maintenance, and investing it into more code. Or not.
Getting started with Amazon RDS
In the following examples, you can find how to create and connect to a DB instance using Amazon Relational Database…
Create a DB instance
Create a DB instance - Amazon Relational Database Service In this step, you create an Amazon RDS for MySQL DB instance…
3) Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
We now live in the Big Data age. As a consequence, we need more storage than we do in the past. Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an AWS service that allows users to store and secure different types of data and information.Individuals can conveniently arrange their data and customize access according to their needs using Amazon S3.Data and information of any amount can be stored and accessed via Amazon S3 at any time and from anywhere in the world.
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4) AWS Lambda
Are you overwhelmed when your server receives an explosion of requests and you don’t know how to respond? It’s likely that your existing server infrastructure can’t keep up with the demands of your current development speed.
AWS Lambda is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) program that allows users to run functions in the cloud without having to provision or manage servers.
Additionally, when using AWS Lambda, users are only charged when the given function is executed. As a result, Lambda allows code to be executed without the need for an application or back-end service.
Getting started with Lambda
To get started with Lambda, use the Lambda console to create a function. In a few minutes, you can create a function…
5) Amazon SNS
This is an event-driven computing hub that notifies subscriber services to automatically execute tasks in response to specified triggers.
Any user on any platform can receive updates.
Amazon ANS also supports PHP, Node, Python, and other programming languages. As a result, you’ll never miss a critical alert again.
I hope this blog has given you a better understanding of AWS and the services they provide. Thank you for taking the time to read this!