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Amazon has become the 800-pound gorilla in the cloud tech market, and for good reason: functionality. Where other cloud infrastructure providers focus entirely on stability and scalability, Amazon Web Services (AWS) also provides the richest, most complete, suite of services available to programmers working in cloud engineering and software development today (without sacrificing stability and scalability).

How rich? At last count, the AWS programming suite included about 100 separate services. These are entirely a la carte services that can be utilized as part of your project as needed, and if not you aren’t paying for one bit of functionality or capability that you don’t need.

And the list keeps growing. Recently released was Amazon Aurora, Amazon’s cloud-managed and cloud-optimized version of the free, open-source MySQL database. Aurora promises a new level of database reliability and performance at pay-as-you-grow pricing.

It can be daunting just staying on top of Amazon’s dynamic list of services, but 1CloudSky is your strategic partner in leveraging everything that Amazon makes available, from cloud computing services and cloud databases, to cloud security and cloud performance optimization.

If your commercial software product or business application includes Amazon Web Services (or you think it should and need some guidance), then get in touch and let’s get your project going with AWS programming.

Some of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) we’ve worked with:

  • API Gateway
  • Aurora
  • CloudWatch
  • EC2 (Elastic Cloud Compute)
  • Elastic Beanstalk
  • Elastic Load Balancing
  • IAM (Identity and Access Management)
  • Lambda
  • Neptune (Graph database)
  • Quicksight
  • RDS (Relational Database Service)
  • Redshift (Data Warehousing)
  • Route 53
  • S3 (Simple Storage Service)
  • SES (Simple Email Service)
  • SQS (Simple Queue Service)
  • SWS (Simple Workflow Service)
  • VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)