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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.
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Amazon.com
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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.
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Privately Held
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$250 - 500M ($350,000,000 estimated) Ranked 2 at HostMonk
Employees:
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250 - 1000 (500 estimated) Ranked 8 at HostMonk
Number of data centers:
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4
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amzon.com, assoc-amazon.com, aamazon.com, amaozon.com, amazno.com, ammazon.com, iedb.com
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Cloud hosting
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Credit card
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0 contacts at Jigsaw
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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:
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November, 1994 Ranked 1 at HostMonk
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79,577,193 (Compete.com) Ranked 1 at HostMonk
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0.899 Seconds, 14% of the sites are faster Ranked 8 at HostMonk
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General Interest
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Shopping/Entertainment, General Merchandise/Major Retailers, Shopping/Books
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awscloud (6981 followers)
"Official Twitter Feed for Amazon Web Services"
Ranked 11 at HostMonk
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P.O. Box 81226, Seattle, WA 98108, US
P.O. Box 81226, Seattle, WA 98108, US
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unlisted
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www.amazon.com/contact-us
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Email, Phone
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Blog posts
Recent posts from Amazon AWS blog:
AWS Marketplace Adds Healthcare & Life Sciences Category
Feb 16, 2017
Wilson To and Luis Daniel Soto are our guest bloggers today, telling you about a new industry vertical category that is being added to the AWS Marketplace.Check it out! -Ana AWS Marketplace is a managed and curated software catalog that helps customers innovate faster and reduce costs, by making it easy to discover, evaluate, procure, immediately deploy […]
Introducing Allgress Regulatory Product Mapping
Feb 15, 2017
This guest post is brought to you by Andrew Benjamin and Tim Sandage. -Ana It’s increasingly difficult for organizations within regulated industries (such as government, financial, and healthcare) to demonstrate compliance with security requirements. The burden to comply is compounded by the use of legacy security frameworks and a lack of understanding of which services […]
Amazon Chime – Unified Communications Service
Feb 14, 2017
If your working day is anything like mine, you probably spend a lot of time communicating with your colleagues. Every day, I connect with and collaborate with people all over the world. Some of them are sitting in their office in front of their PCs; others are on the go and using their phones to […]
Amazon EBS Update – New Elastic Volumes Change Everything
Feb 14, 2017
It is always interesting to speak with our customers and to learn how the dynamic nature of their business and their applications drives their block storage requirements. These needs change over time, creating the need to modify existing volumes to add capacity or to change performance characteristics. Today’s 24×7 operating models leaves no room for […]
AWS Direct Connect Update – Link Aggregation Groups, Bundles, and re:Invent Recap
Feb 13, 2017
helps our large-scale customers to create private, dedicated network connections to their office, data center, or colocation facility. Our customers create 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps connections in order to reduce their network costs, increase data transfer throughput, and to get a more consistent network experience than is possible with an Internet-based connection. Today I […]
Amazon Rekognition Update – Estimated Age Range for Faces
Feb 10, 2017
is one of our artificial intelligence services. In addition to detecting objects, scenes, and faces in images, Rekognition can also search and compare faces. Behind the scenes, Rekognition uses deep neural network models to analyze billions of images daily (read Amazon Rekognition – Image Detection and Recognition Powered by Deep Learning to learn more). returns […]
More Amazon Wind and Solar Farms are Live!
Feb 09, 2017
We’re kicking off the New Year with some great news on the AWS sustainability front – three additional wind and solar projects went live at the end of 2016 and are now delivering energy onto the electric grid that powers AWS data centers! As a quick recap, at re:Invent 2016, Vice President and Distinguished Engineer […]
AWS Online Tech Talks – February 2017
Feb 04, 2017
The New Year is underway, so there is no better time to dive into learning more about the latest AWS services. Each month, we have a series of webinars targeting best practices and new service features in AWS Cloud.   February Online Tech Talks (formerly known as Monthly Webinar Series) I am excited to share […]
Amazon WorkSpaces Update – SSD Volumes and Cost Optimizer
Jan 31, 2017
If you are a long-time reader, you know that I am a full-time user and huge fan of (read I Love my Amazon WorkSpace to learn more). Having a single environment that I can access from a wide variety of devices and web browsers allows me to stay focused on my work and eliminates a […]
Excited about MXNet joining Apache!
Jan 30, 2017
Post by Dr. Matt Wood From Alexa to Amazon Go, we use deep learning extensively across all areas of Amazon, and we’ve tried a lot of deep learning engines along the way. One has emerged as the most scalable, efficient way to perform deep learning, and for these reasons, we have selected MXNet as our […]
User Network-to-Amazon VPC Connectivity for Applications Hosted on AWS
Jan 27, 2017
With so much going on at AWS, we often hear from readers asking for ways to help them make more informed decisions, or put together examples for their planning processes. Joining us today is Jim Carroll, a Sr. Category Leader with Amazon Marketplace to talk about AWS Networking services and solutions in the AWS Marketplace. […]
Amazon Cloud Directory – A Cloud-Native Directory for Hierarchical Data
Jan 27, 2017
Our customers have traditionally used directories (typically Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service or LDAP-based) to manage hierarchically organized data. Device registries, course catalogs, network configurations, and user directories are often represented as hierarchies, sometimes with multiple types of relationships between objects in the same collection. For example, a user directory could have one hierarchy based […]
AWS Hot Startups- January 2017
Jan 26, 2017
It is the start of a new year and Tina Barr is back with many more great new startups to check out. -Ana Welcome back to another year of hot AWS-powered startups! We have three exciting new startups today: ClassDojo – Connecting teachers, students, and parents to the classroom. Nubank – A financial services startup […]
AWS IPv6 Update – Global Support Spanning 15 Regions & Multiple AWS Services
Jan 26, 2017
We’ve been working to add IPv6 support to many different parts of AWS over the last couple of years, starting with , , , , , and S3 Transfer Acceleration, all building up to last month’s announcement of IPv6 support for EC2 instances in Virtual Private Clouds (initially available for use in the Region). Today […]
AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) for Application Load Balancers
Jan 25, 2017
I’m still catching up on a couple of launches that we made late last year! Today’s post covers two services that I’ve written about in the past — AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) and AWS Application Load Balancer: AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) – Helps to protect your web applications from common application-layer exploits that […]
Introducing the AWS IoT Button Enterprise Program
Jan 19, 2017
The AWS IoT Button first made its appearance on the IoT scene in October of 2015 at AWS re:Invent with the introduction of the AWS IoT service.  That year all re:Invent attendees received the AWS IoT Button providing them the opportunity to get hands-on with AWS IoT.  Since that time AWS IoT button has been […]
New – Create an Amazon Aurora Read Replica from an RDS MySQL DB Instance
Jan 18, 2017
Migrating from one database engine to another can be tricky when the database is supporting an application or a web site that is running 24×7. Without the option to take the database offline, an approach that is based on replication is generally the best solution. Today we are launching a new feature that allows you […]
From Raspberry Pi to Supercomputers to the Cloud: The Linux Operating System
Jan 17, 2017
Matthew Freeman and Luis Daniel Soto are back talking about the use of Linux through the AWS Marketplace. – Ana Linux is widely used in corporations now as the basis for everything from file servers to web servers to network security servers. The no-cost as well as commercial availability of distributions makes it an obvious […]
Ready-to-Run Solutions: Open Source Software in AWS Marketplace
Jan 16, 2017
There are lot’s of exciting things going on in the AWS Marketplace. Here to tell you more about open source software in the marketplace are Matthew Freeman and Luis Daniel Soto. – Ana According to industry research, enterprise use of open source software (OSS) is on the rise. More and more corporate-based developers are asking to […]
AWS Lambda – A Look Back at 2016
Jan 14, 2017
2016 was an exciting year for AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway and serverless compute technology, to say the least. But just in case you have been hiding away and haven’t heard of serverless computing with AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway, let me introduce these great services to you.  AWS Lambda lets you run code […]
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