Cloud hosting package details:

EC2 - Micro On-Demand - Micro Windows

Instances of the "Micro" family provide a small amount of consistent CPU resources and allow you to burst CPU capacity when additional cycles are available. They are well suited for lower throughput applications and web sites that consume significant compute cycles periodically. Micro Instance 613 MB of memory, up to 2 ECUs (for short periodic bursts), EBS storage only, 32-bit or 64-bit platform.

On-Demand Instances let you pay for compute capacity by the hour with no long-term commitments. This frees you from the costs and complexities of planning, purchasing, and maintaining hardware and transforms what are commonly large fixed costs into much smaller variable costs.
On-Demand Instances also remove the need to buy “safety net” capacity to handle periodic traffic spikes.
Platform:
Operating system pre-installed on the server.
Windows
Compute units:
A logic measure that hosting providers use to define the CPU power guaranteed for a cloud server. The exact CPU power behinds this value depends on the specific hardware and varies between different providers. 1 compute unit usually equals to about 2 virtual cores of a common CPU.
0.5
Memory:
Available RAM size on the server.
613MB
Disk space:
Amount of storage space available on the server.
Location:
Physical location of the data center.
US – N. Virginia
Price per hour:
Price you pay foran hour of an online cloud server. For pay-as-you-go plans, you pay for compute capacity by the hour with no long-term commitments.
$0.03
One time fee period:
Time period you reserve a server instance for by paying a one-time payment. In turn you receive a significant discount on the hourly usage charge.
None
Setup:
One-time setup fee the hosting provider charges.
Free
Burst compute units:
A logic measure that hosting providers use to define the max burting CPU power a cloud server is given. The exact CPU power behinds this value depends on the specific hardware and varies between different providers. 1 compute unit usually equals to about 2 virtual cores of a common CPU.
2.0
Price per day:
Estimated price you pay for a single full day of an online cloud server. Mainly relevant for pay-as-you-go plans.
$0.72
Bandwidth:
Internet bandwidth transfer limit.
Unlimited
Data transfer out per GB:
Charge per 1 gigabyte of outbound Internet data transfer (bandwidth).
$0.15
Data transfer in per GB:
Charge per 1 gigabyte of inbound Internet data transfer (bandwidth).
$0.0
Extra features:
Additional features available for this package.
API, VPN options, Cloud storage, Content Delivery Network, Pay-as-you-go pricing, Elastic IP addresses, Auto scaling, Load balancing
Control panel:
Type of control panel provided.
API, Web based
Virtualization technology:
The virtualization technology that constructs the cloud hosting insfrastructure of the provider.
Xen hypervisor
Amazon AWS
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Amazon AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers a set of services that together form a reliable, scalable, and inexpensive computing platform 'in the cloud'. These pay-as-you-use cloud computing services include Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon SQS, Amazon FPS, and others.
Company Info:
Company title:
The public name of the company.
Amazon.com
Company description:
A short description of this company.
Amazon.com seeks to be Earth's most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online, and endeavors to offer its customers the lowest possible prices. Site has numerous personalization features and services including one-click buying, extensive customer and editorial product reviews, gift registries, gift certificates, wish lists, restaurant and movie listings, travel, and photo processing.
Ownership:
Company ownership type.
Privately Held
Revenue:
Estimated annual revenue of this company.
$250 - 500M ($350,000,000 estimated) Ranked 2 at HostMonk
Employees:
Estimated number of employees of this company.
250 - 1000 (500 estimated) Ranked 8 at HostMonk
Number of data centers:
Number of data centers this hosting provider maintains.
4
Owned domains:
List of other domain names that are owned by the same owner as this site.
amzon.com, assoc-amazon.com, aamazon.com, amaozon.com, amazno.com, ammazon.com, iedb.com
Supported product types:
Hosting package types supported by this provider.
Cloud hosting
Payment options:
Available payment options supported by this provider.
Credit card
Contacts:
Number of public contacts listed at Jigsaw.com.
0 contacts at Jigsaw
Jigsaw company details:
Description of this company available at Jigsaw.com.

Since early 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has provided companies of all sizes with an infrastructure web services platform in the cloud. With AWS you can requisition compute power, storage, and other services–gaining access to a suite of elastic IT infrastructure services as your business demands them. With AWS you have the flexibility to choose whichever development platform or programming model makes the most sense for the problems you’re trying to solve. You pay only for what you use, with no up-front expenses or long-term commitments, making AWS the most cost-effective way to deliver your application to your customers and clients. And, with AWS, you can take advantage of Amazon.com’s global computing infrastructure, that is the backbone of Amazon.com’s multi-billion retail business and transactional enterprise whose scalable, reliable, and secure distributed computing infrastructure has been honed for over a decade.

Using Amazon Web Services, an e-commerce web site can weather unforeseen demand with ease; a pharmaceutical company can “rent” computing power to execute large-scale simulations; a media company can serve unlimited videos, music, and more; and an enterprise can deploy bandwidth-consuming services and training to its mobile workforce.

Amazon Web Services delivers a number of benefits for IT organizations and developers alike, including:

  • Cost-effective. Pay only for what you use, as you use it, with no up-front commitments. As the Amazon Web Services cloud grows, our operations, management and hardware costs shrink, and we pass the savings onto you.
  • Dependable. Utilize a battle-tested, web-scale infrastructure that handles whatever you throw at it. The Amazon Web Services cloud is distributed, secure and resilient, giving you reliability and massive scale.
  • Flexible. Build any application you want using any platform or any programming model. You control the resources you consume and fit them into your application as you see fit.
  • Comprehensive. Don’t start from scratch. Amazon Web Services gives you a number of services you can incorporate into your applications. From databases to payments, these services help you build great applications cost effectively and with less up-front investment.
Site Info:
Online since:
The date the domain of this site was first registered.
November, 1994 Ranked 1 at HostMonk
Alexa traffic rank:
A measure of the site's popularity. The rank is calculated using a combination of average daily visitors and pageviews over the past 3 months. The site with the highest combination of visitors and pageviews is ranked #1.
Alexa traffic rank in US:
A measure of the site's popularity in US. The rank is calculated using a combination of average daily visitors and pageviews from users from US over the past 3 months. The site with the highest combination of visitors and pageviews is ranked #1 in US.
Unique monthly visitors:
The Unique Visitors metric only counts a person once no matter how many times they visit a site in a given month. Unique Visitors are typically used to determine how popular a site is.
79,577,193 (Compete.com) Ranked 1 at HostMonk
Sites linking in:
Average load time:
Median website load time and percent of known sites that are slower.
0.899 Seconds, 14% of the sites are faster Ranked 8 at HostMonk
Site keywords:
List of top keywords of this website.
General Interest
Site categories:
Up to 3 DMOZ (Open Directory) categories for the specified site.
Shopping/Entertainment, General Merchandise/Major Retailers, Shopping/Books
Contact Info:
Twitter profile:
Name and description of the official Twitter profile of this company.
awscloud (6981 followers)
"Official Twitter Feed for Amazon Web Services"
Ranked 11 at HostMonk
Address:
Physical address of this company.
P.O. Box 81226, Seattle, WA 98108, US
P.O. Box 81226, Seattle, WA 98108, US
Phone:
Official phone number of this company.
unlisted
Official email:
Official email address of this company.
www.amazon.com/contact-us
Support options:
Available support options this company providers.
Email, Phone
Terms of service:
Link to the "Terms of service" page published by this hosting provider.
Status page:
Link to the status page of the various services of this provider.
User Reviews:
There are no user reviews for Amazon AWS.
Blog posts
Recent posts from Amazon AWS blog:
Vodafone DreamLab – Accelerating Cancer Research
Feb 25, 2016
Continuing what is quickly turning in to series of customer stories, I would like to turn the keyboard over to our friends at Vodafone! You may have seen an interesting application called DreamLab circulating on the internet and social media in the past couple of weeks, and we thought we’d give you some insight into […]
How Tokyu Hands Architected a Cost-Effective Shopping System with Amazon DynamoDB
Feb 25, 2016
I am a flâneur! I enjoy wandering around a new city, exploring the nooks and crannies, and figuring out what makes it unique and special. On one of my trips to Tokyo I was walking through Shibuya and found and amazing hobby store. The 8-floor building contained tools, supplies, and kits for almost every imaginable […]
How The Healthcare of Tomorrow is Being Delivered Today
Feb 25, 2016
My colleagues Jessica Beegle and Angel Pizarro wrote the guest post below to introduce you to an exciting new approach to healthcare! Precision Medicine is an emerging approach for disease prevention and treatment that takes into account a person’s individual variation in genes, lifestyle, and environment. At AWS, we are proud to support the White […]
AWS Marketplace Adds SharePoint Enterprise
Feb 24, 2016
makes it simple for you to discover, buy, and deploy many different types of software packages and applications including Network Infrastructure, Security, Web Apps, Business Intelligence, Big Data, DevOps, Media, and Storage / Backup. Access to SharePoint Enterprise I am happy to be able to announce that SharePoint Enterprise is now available to purchase and […]
Attending RSA in San Francisco? Visit the AWS Pop-up Loft for Security Talks!
Feb 23, 2016
Many of my colleagues will be heading to San Francisco next week for the RSA conference. In order to make your time in San Francisco even more worthwhile, you may want to consider attending some security sessions at the AWS Pop-up Loft on Market Street (a short walk from Moscone Center). The talks (from our […]
AWS Week in Review – February 15, 2016
Feb 22, 2016
Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday February 15 The talked about What’s Next for Lumberyard. The published a Practical Guide to Cloud Migration. The showed our partners how to Securely Access Customer AWS Accounts Using Cross-Account IAM Roles. The showed you How to Automate HIPAA Compliance (Part 1 […]
Amazon RDS Update – Support for MySQL 5.7
Feb 22, 2016
You can now launch Amazon RDS database instances that run MySQL 5.7 . This release of MySQL offers a number of performance, scalability, and security enhancements. Here are some of the most important and relevant ones: Native support for JSON data and a set of built-in JSON functions (JSON_ARRAY, JSON_OBJECT, JSON_QUOTE, JSON_CONTAINS, JSON_CONTAINS_PATH, JSON_EXTRACT, JSON_KEYS, […]
Announcing the AWS Pop-Up Loft in Tel Aviv
Feb 22, 2016
The AWS Pop-up Lofts in San Francisco and New York have become hubs and working spaces for developers, entrepreneurs, students, and others who are interested in working with and learning more about AWS. They come to learn, code, meet, collaborate, ask questions, and to hang out with other like-minded folks. I am happy to announce […]
New – Notifications for AWS CodeDeploy Events
Feb 18, 2016
is a service that helps you to deploy your code to a fleet of EC2 or on-premises instances while taking care to leave as much of the fleet online as possible. [codedeploy_u] was designed to work with fleets that range in size from a single instance all the way up to thousands of instances (see […]
US Veterans Now Eligible For AWS Certification Exam Reimbursement
Feb 17, 2016
Service members returning from active duty can face many challenges—including finding a new job or even a new career. To help veterans succeed, we’ve worked with the Department of Veterans Affairs to make AWS Certification exams eligible for VA reimbursement under the GI Bill’s education provision. About AWS Certifications AWS Certifications recognize IT professionals with […]
Migrating to Amazon Aurora: The View from the Other Side
Feb 17, 2016
Today I have a new guest post, this one written by AWS customer Safe Software. They were an early adopter of and have a great story to tell. Being in the business of moving data, Safe Software is always working to support leading edge database technology. This focus naturally led us to us being aware […]
Amazon EMR Update – Support for EBS Volumes, and M4 & C4 Instance Types
Feb 16, 2016
My colleague Abhishek Sinha wrote the guest post below to tell you about the latest additions to . Amazon EMR is a service that allows you to use distributed data processing frameworks such as Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark and Presto to process data on a managed cluster of EC2 instances. Newer versions of EMR (3.10 […]
AWS Webinars for February & Early March 2016
Feb 16, 2016
Last month I challenged you to learn something new in 2016 and offered up our January webinar series as a starting point. We’ve put together another strong lineup for February and I’d like to share it with you now. As always, the webinars are free but space is limited and you should sign up ahead […]
AWS Week in Review – February 8, 2016
Feb 15, 2016
Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday February 8 We announced that Amazon Redshift Now Supports Appending Rows to Tables and Exporting Query Results to BZIP2-compressed Files. The advised you to Accelerate Your Cloud Strategy with Partners. Spotinst announced that Spotinst Elastigroup Now Integrates with AWS CodeDeploy. Cloud Academy […]
Resources for Migrating Parse Applications to AWS
Feb 12, 2016
In light of the recent announcement that Parse will be winding down, the AWS team has been working to provide developers with some migration paths and some alternative services, as have members of the AWS community. Here’s what I know about: A new post on the shows you how to Migrate From Parse Push to […]
Amazon Web Services to Acquire NICE
Feb 12, 2016
I would like to extend a warm welcome to our new colleagues at NICE. We have signed an agreement to acquire this leading provider of software and services for high performance and technical computing. Products for HPC From their headquarters in Asti, Italy, NICE delivers products and solutions to customers all over the world. These […]
New – Access Resources in a VPC from Your Lambda Functions
Feb 12, 2016
A few months ago I announced that you would soon be able to access resources in a VPC from your functions. I am happy to announce that this much-wanted feature is now available and that you can start using it today! Your Lambda functions can now access data warehouses, clusters, instances, and service endpoints that […]
Amazon RDS Update – Share Encrypted Snapshots, Encrypt Existing Instances
Feb 12, 2016
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to secure your AWS environment. Some of our more recent announcements in this area include encrypted EBS boot volumes, encryption at rest for Amazon Aurora, and support for across several different services. Today we are giving you some additional options for data stored in […]
Congratulations to the Winners of the Hackster AWS IoT Mega Contest
Feb 11, 2016
Earlier this year I told you about the AWS IoT Mega Contest. The contest closed at the end of January, the judges retired to our secret lair deep in the heart of Seattle, and we have chosen the winners. There were an impressive number of equally impressive projects and it was not easy to evaluate […]
Lumberyard + Amazon GameLift + Twitch for Games on AWS
Feb 09, 2016
Building world-class games is a very difficult, time-consuming, and expensive process. The audience is incredibly demanding. They want engaging, social play that spans a wide variety of desktop, console, and mobile platforms. Due to the long lead time inherent in the game development and distribution process, the success or failure of the game can often […]
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