In 2003, two Amazon engineers came up with an idea to use the company’s existing computing infrastructure as a platform for offering consumers standardized, automated web services. Fourteen years later, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s largest cloud computing platform, boasting over a million customers and $10 billion in annual revenue. And despite the recent growth of cloud-based competitors such as Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure, AWS still commands nearly 40 percent of the cloud computing market share, more than its three biggest competitors combined.
Category: cloud management
Amazon Elastic Beanstalk is a PAAS (Platform as a Service) service that allows developers to upload application code to AWS and quickly deploy an application on AWS. Amazon Elastic Beanstalk is one of the easiest and quickest ways to host an application on AWS.
Amazon Elastic Beanstalk automates the deployment process so that developers do not have to worry about the infrastructure layer. This speeds up deployment time and manages application deployment automatically.
We are delighted to announce that CloudRanger was named the Startup Company of the Year at the Irish Tech Excellence Awards 2017 last night.
The awards took place at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin. The Tech Excellence awards recognise excellence in the design, implementation and support of technology solutions and services. The Startup Award 2017 recognises the most promising new technology business in Ireland, was presented by Liam Donnelly, from eir.
If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re already aware of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the benefits of on-demand cloud computing platforms. By utilizing AWS, businesses not only eliminate the need for a costly on-site computer infrastructure but also take advantage of flexible, pay-as-you-go services that only a cloud-based solution can offer. But when it comes to AWS cloud management, the platform’s overwhelming native interface prevents many users from taking full advantage of its highly scalable, cost-effective products. This is especially true for users who are not IT infrastructure and DevOps professionals or are unable to script.
Great news announced from Amazon Web Services today, where they have announced some great new enhancements to Amazon EC2 Reserved Instances (RIs) that make them more flexible and easy to use, and for price-sensitive users, it helps you get the most out of your RI discount and reduce EC2 costs.