Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Amazon Web Services provides information technology infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services. Its products and solutions include cloud computing, compute, networking, storage and content delivery, databases, analytics, application services, deployment and management, mobile services, applications, AWS marketplace software, startups, enterprises, partners, government and education, websites and web applications, big data and HPC, gaming, and digital media as well as backup, storage, and archive.

The company also provides AWS management console, documentation, SDKs and tools, downloads, platforms, Java, JavaScript, mobile, PHP, Ruby, Python, Windows, .NET, resources, forums, tutorials and articles, whitepapers, training and certification, and AWS user groups for developers. In addition, it offers compute, storage, database, analytics, application, and deployment services; and mobile services, websites, and backup and recovery services.

Amazon Web Services serves the government, education, and non-profit sectors in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific, and internationally.

Amazon Web Services was founded in 2006 and is based in Seattle, Washington. It has data center locations in the United States, Europe, Brazil, Singapore, Japan, and Australia. It operates as a subsidiary of Amazon.com Inc.

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URL: http://aws.amazon.com
Established: 2006 3
People: Matthew Brand, Enterprise Sales Principal
Zubin Chagpar, Business Development, VC and Accelerator Focus
Fei Dong, Software Engineer
Chris Fregly, Amazon-Certified AWS Solution Architect
Kevin Gillett, General Manager of Amazon Zocalo
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