Amazon Web Services is one of the leading names in cloud computing all over the world. The brand offers the best and quality services at a good value as well as reliability and an efficient team with high secure servers. AWS provides trusted, cloud-based solutions to help you meet your business needs. Running your solutions in the AWS Cloud helps get your applications up and running faster while providing the same level of security that organizations like Pfizer, Intuit, and the US Navy rely on with latest Antivirus, Malware and other tools to prevent hacking attempts.
AWS offers a free Tier plan for 12 months for new customers who want to test services after which you have to simply pay standard, pay-as-you-go service rates after the 12 months.
AWS offers you a pay-as-you-go approach for pricing for over 160 cloud services. With AWS you pay only for the individual services you need, for as long as you use them, and without requiring long-term contracts or complex licensing. AWS pricing is similar to how you pay for utilities like water and electricity. You only pay for the services you consume, and once you stop using them, there are no additional costs or termination fees.
Amazon Web Services(AWS) offers round the clock support via live chat, phone, and e-mail. It also has video tutorials which will help the customers.
In terms of market share these are the top three cloud providers:
AWS – 31%
Azure – 11%
Google Cloud – 8%
In terms of server capacity:
AWS has around 6 times the server capacity than all of its competitors combined!
Year of Inception:
AWS – 2006
Azure – 2010
Google Cloud – 2011
Hence, AWS has a more mature model of infrastructure.
As you can see in 2015 Amazon had the least outage, came 2017 Google has improved a lot and AWS on the other hand saw a spike in their outage. Could be because of the recent S3 outage.
It is also interesting to note that AWS has a lot more services to offer than Google or Azure.