How Can Amazon Web Services Benefit Businesses?
Starting a business can be very exciting but daunting; even if an idea is worth sharing with others, the real question is how to fund and promote that idea Amazon Web Services (AWS) steps in and provides all the resources.
Fremont, CA: AWS is a cloud services platform that offers over 50 services to build, launch, and scale businesses, no matter what stage it is in. Businesses can have on-demand access to all these sources and pay for them by the go. So whether it is a recent startup or a fully-funded business, here are some of the ways businesses can utilize AWS to help boost the business.
Power a startup: If a person is hoping to move forward with a brand-new startup, look into the startup services AWS offers, including AWS Activate. This program offers training and hands-on labs to provide them with the resources they need to grow the startup. It also offers AWS Support and AWS Promotional Credit as it begins to fund their business, and it can connect them with a worldwide network of developers and entrepreneurs that have utilized AWS successfully so that they can get tips and share their ideas.
Develop your website: AWS can help to boost the online presence of a business. Use AWS Elastic Beanstalk to create a customized web app by selecting a name and platform according to the environment. Businesses can also host their website on AWS itself with the option of running it with or without a web server. AWS also helps to name and register its domain for a website.
Expand your storage: Storing data can become very tricky, especially if businesses feel like they are always running out of room and money to store data conveniently and securely. Fortunately, AWS provides storage services that give businesses access to whatever amount of storage they need. They can control who has access to the storage and can use the services to build big data, analytics, transcoding, and archive applications.
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