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:
Chat with the Alexa Prize Finalists Today
Sep 04, 2018
The Alexa Prize is an annual competition designed to spur academic research and development in the field of conversational artificial intelligence. This year, students are working to build socialbots that can engage in a fun, high-quality conversation on popular societal topics for up to 20 minutes. In order to succeed at this task, the teams […]
In the Works – Amazon RDS on VMware
Aug 29, 2018
Database administrators spend a lot of time provisioning hardware, installing and patching operating systems and databases, and managing backups. All of this undifferentiated heavy lifting keeps the lights on but often takes time away from higher-level efforts that have a higher return on investment. For many years, has taken care of this heavy lifting, and […]
New – Over-the-Air (OTA) Updates for Amazon FreeRTOS
Aug 28, 2018
is an operating system for the microcontrollers that power connected devices such as appliances, fitness trackers, industrial sensors, smart utility meters, security systems, and the like. Designed for use in small, low-powered devices, Amazon FreeRTOS extends the FreeRTOS kernel with libraries for communication with cloud services such as AWS IoT Core and with more powerful […]
Amazon DynamoDB – Features to Power Your Enterprise
Aug 27, 2018
I first told you about in early 2012, and said: We want you to think big, to dream big dreams, and to envision (and then build) data-intensive applications that can scale from zero users up to tens or hundreds of millions of users before you know it. We want you to succeed, and we don’t […]
Amazon Lightsail Update – More Instance Sizes and Price Reductions
Aug 23, 2018
Amazon Lightsail gives you access to the power of AWS, with the simplicity of a VPS (Virtual Private Server). You choose a configuration from a menu and launch a virtual machine (an instance) preconfigured with SSD-based storage, DNS management, and a static IP address. You can use Linux or Windows, and can even choose between […]
New T3 Instances – Burstable, Cost-Effective Performance
Aug 21, 2018
We launched the t1.micro instance type in 2010, and followed up with the first of the T2 instances (micro, small, and medium) in 2014, more sizes in 2015 (nano) and 2016 (xlarge and 2xlarge), and unlimited bursting last year. Today we are launching T3 instances in twelve regions. These general-purpose instances are even more cost-effective […]
Amazon Kinesis Data Streams Adds Enhanced Fan-Out and HTTP/2 for Faster Streaming
Aug 21, 2018
We launched a new feature for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams (KDS) called Enhanced Fan-out, which enables developers to take advantage of a new low latency HTTP/2 data retrieval API. This new API allows customers to attach more applications to a single data stream while maintaining read performance across all of the applications consuming the stream. The HTTP/2 interface reduces the latency between ingestion of data and consumption of data by a consumer application by about 75%, down to less than 50 milliseconds.
Aurora Serverless MySQL Generally Available
Aug 10, 2018
You may have heard of Amazon Aurora, a custom built MySQL and PostgreSQL compatible database born and built in the cloud. You may have also heard of serverless, which allows you to build and run applications and services without thinking about instances. These are two pieces of the growing AWS technology story that we’re really excited to be working on. Last year, at AWS re:Invent we announced a preview of a new capability for Aurora called Aurora Serverless. Today, I’m pleased to announce that Aurora Serverless for Aurora MySQL is generally available. Aurora Serverless is on-demand, auto-scaling, serverless Aurora. You don’t have to think about instances or scaling and you pay only for what you use.
AWS Online Tech Talks – August 2018
Aug 06, 2018
AWS Online Tech Talks are live, online presentations that cover a broad range of topics at varying technical levels. Join us this month to learn about AWS services and solutions. We’ll have experts online to help answer any questions you may have. We’ve also launched our first-ever office hours style tech talk, where you have the […]
AWS IoT Device Defender Now Available – Keep Your Connected Devices Safe
Aug 02, 2018
I was cleaning up my home office over the weekend and happened upon a network map that I created in 1997. Back then my fully wired network connected 5 PCs and two printers. Today, with all of my children grown up and out of the house, we are down to 2 PCs. However, our home […]
New – Provisioned Throughput for Amazon Elastic File System (EFS)
Aug 02, 2018
lets you create petabyte-scale file systems that can be accessed in massively parallel fashion from hundreds or thousands of servers and on-premises resources, scaling on demand without disrupting applications. Behind the scenes, storage is distributed across multiple Availability Zones and redundant storage servers in order to provide you with file systems that are scalable, durable, […]
Thoughts On Machine Learning Accuracy
Jul 27, 2018
This blog shares some brief thoughts on machine learning accuracy and bias. Let’s start with some comments about a recent ACLU blog in which they ran a facial recognition trial. Using Rekognition, the ACLU built a face database using 25,000 publicly available arrest photos and then performed facial similarity searches on that database using public […]
Now Available: R5, R5d, and z1d Instances
Jul 25, 2018
Just last week I told you about our plans to launch EC2 Instances with Faster Processors and More Memory. Today I am happy to report that the R5, R5d, and z1d instances are available now and you can start using them today. Let’s take a look at each one! R5 Instances The memory-optimized R5 instances […]
Amazon SageMaker Adds Batch Transform Feature and Pipe Input Mode for TensorFlow Containers
Jul 20, 2018
At the New York Summit a few days ago we launched two new features: a new batch inference feature called Batch Transform that allows customers to make predictions in non-real time scenarios across petabytes of data and Pipe Input Mode support for TensorFlow containers. SageMaker remains one of my favorite services and we’ve covered it […]
Amazon Polly Update – Time-Driven Prosody and Asynchronous Synthesis
Jul 17, 2018
I hope that you are enjoying the Polly-powered audio that is available for the newest posts on this blog, including the DeepLens Challenge and the Storage Gateway Recap. As part of my blogging process, I now listen to the synthesized speech for my draft blog posts in order to get a better sense for how […]
Amazon EC2 Instance Update – Faster Processors and More Memory
Jul 17, 2018
Last month I told you about the Nitro system and explained how it will allow us to broaden the selection of EC2 instances and to pick up the pace as we do so, with an ever-broadening selection of compute, storage, memory, and networking options. This will allow us to give you access to the latest […]
New – EC2 Compute Instances for AWS Snowball Edge
Jul 17, 2018
I love factories and never miss an opportunity to take a tour. Over the years, I have been lucky enough to watch as raw materials and sub-assemblies are turned into cars, locomotives, memory chips, articulated buses, and more. I’m always impressed by the speed, precision, repeat-ability, and the desire to automate every possible step. On […]
Amazon Translate Adds Support for Japanese, Russian, Italian, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, and Czech
Jul 17, 2018
Today I’m excited to announce that has added support for Japanese, Russian, Italian, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, and Czech! Amazon Translate is a translation API that delivers fast, high-quality, and affordable language translation. Translate was originally released in preview at in 2017 and my colleague, Tara, wrote about the service in depth. Since the initial preview, we’ve […]
Amazon Kinesis Video Streams Adds Support For HLS Output Streams
Jul 13, 2018
Today I’m excited to announce and demonstrate the new HTTP Live Streams (HLS) output feature for (KVS). If you’re not already familiar with KVS, Jeff covered the release for in 2017. In short, Amazon Kinesis Video Streams is a service for securely capturing, processing, and storing video for analytics and machine learning – from one […]
New – Lifecycle Management for Amazon EBS Snapshots
Jul 13, 2018
It is always interesting to zoom in on the history of a single AWS service or feature and watch how it has evolved over time in response to customer feedback. For example, Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) launched a decade ago and has been gaining more features and functionality every since. Here are a few […]
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