1. Years of Invaluable Experience

Enterprise cloud-computing may be relatively regarded as an emerging market, but let’s not forget public cloud computing actually came into operation more than a decade ago with AWS serving as the frontrunner. All those years of experience and development can be easily felt in its reach and innovations. The large difference between AWS and Microsoft’s Azure, its closest competitor, both in services and packages rendered and also, revenue generated, is an indication of where AWS and the rest currently are in their development.

 

  1. Efficient and Easy Deployment

Whatever cool features a public cloud-computing service may have, you don’t want to pass through heaven and hell to enjoy them. The process of getting your applications running on the Cloud is seamless with AWS. In fact, Amazon Machine Images can have your applications up and running in a matter of minutes. Sounds easy enough? The main goal of Amazon EC2 is to create web-scale cloud computing simpler for the developers. There is a template from Amazon which can be used to customize different environment as the needs dictate at that time all with the push of a button. Hosting on AWS is simply efficient and stress-free.

 

  1. Outstanding Performance

One of the major point of interest for any business looking to move onto the cloud is the performance of the service. Performance is a sticking point and always will be. There is no denying the fact that AWS is fast, with enormous capability. And can meet the needs of any time-critical application. The AWS engine comprises mainly of two main products or components: the Amazon’s virtual machine service, EC2 and the Amazon’s simple storage system, S3. The EC2 give a top-class performance on an hourly basis that most private computing services will struggle to match. In addition, when there is a problem, you’re not logged out completely, your business usually remains online but with reduced capability. However, much of AWS performance power is attributed to its storage. The Amazon simple storage system provides businesses with a virtually infinite amount of storage for their data. The distributed nature of the EC2 and S3 ensures that you have a storage system with automatic scalability.

 

  1. Origination. Invention. Innovation.

Amazon Web Service had a considerable head start over its competitors quite alright. But it is nobody’s fault. You can only blame the rest for being hesitant for far too long. And they have been playing catch up ever since. But you’ll be doing AWS a great disservice if you think they are this far ahead simply because they started first. The thing is, AWS keep dishing out new features in their hundreds each year and keeping up with major tech trends such as data analytics and machine learning capabilities. So much so that its competitors are struggling to keep up the pace. With AWS, there is simply a new feature to learn every day, even for a veteran developer. With cloud computing, companies can do a lot. But with AWS, they can do so much more!

 

  1. Multi-region data centers. Multi-region backup.

AWS has grown enormously over the years and is now the undisputed leader in enterprise cloud computing. This worldwide reach means AWS is now available in more than 16 geographical regions around the world. Hence, not only is your geographical preference covered, AWS also boasts of various data centers distributed in numerous parts of the world. This decentralized storage system affords companies the opportunity to store important data across multiple locations and it ensures that the possibility of performance downtime is significantly reduced as it is highly unlikely that both your primary storage facility and the backup data goes offline at the same time. It is clear you get better performance and disaster recovery with a cloud-computing service such as AWS. You may check the AWS service health dashboard to find out if Amazon knows of any widespread difficulties with the EC2 services on this page https://status.aws.amazon.com/

 

  1. Highly Flexible packages and Service

Industry experts regard the flexible nature of AWS’s products and services as one, if not its most important feature. In this days of rapid technological growth, it is extremely crucial that new products and services not only integrate perfectly with our present systems, but there should be ample room to accommodate future advancement too.EC2 instances have to secured, much like any other server linked to the web. You can pick from many of globally available AMIs that offer useful instances.

The good thing about AWS is that it is a computing behemoth that can actually be scaled up or down depending on user demands.

 

  1. Highly Flexible Pricing

We just talked about how flexible AWS is, allowing businesses to consider what’s helpful to them and what’s not as they grow their business. This opportunity to utilize services and products as your computing needs demands to leave us with a highly flexible pricing system, for which AWS stands head and shoulders above everyone else. AWS is an enormously large offering and it is simply impossible you’ll be using all of it at any given time. Hence, the option to automate routine and scale capacity up or down as your needs demands can be the deal breaker for some business. The pricing mechanism allows companies to start and stop packages as they please. Pay-as-you-go doesn’t get better than this.

 

  1. Stringent Security Measures

Many companies are hesitant about moving their business to the cloud because of security concern. But whether a physical storage is more secure than cloud storage is arguable, and that is a debate for another day. However, what we can all agree on is that since Amazon, AWS’s parent company holds some of the most important certifications like PCI, ISO and so on, they stand to lose a lot if anything goes sideways. Hence, they don’t care whether you’re a startup tech or a giant like Netflix, they offer both of you the same level of security protocols. Selective restrictions can be placed on users using the Identity and Access Management (IAM). Also, hosting of services can be done using VPC which cannot be accessed from the internet unless you’re both on the same network.

 

  1. ThirdParty Services and Customization, and migrations

As if the flexibility of AWS is not enough, the platform also offers users the opportunity to tweak it further to meet the individual’s specific needs. The folks at AWS understand that no two business is the same, hence, companies may be looking at features which can be useful and unique to their businesses. One of such is the customer defined tagging, which allows businesses to monitor resources.

Furthermore, there are third-party APIs which enables users to easily manage their activities using several programming languages. Also, dozens of other APIs exist which can be used to enhance the other cool features AWS has to offer.

When it has to do with migration, there are a number of factors that should be thought to guarantee successful migration. If you would like to run your migration as an agile procedure, it’s still true that you have to have a high-level plan for the migration. Cloud migration shouldn’t be carried out hastily. Although cloud migrations can be complex, with the perfect IT partner your company can mitigate risk and accomplish a seamless cloud migration that’s completed in time and on budget. On the whole, it is a complex and tedious process. Enterprise-level public cloud migrations are becoming increasingly more commonplace, and its vendors increasingly more visible. One of the very first steps which you can take when thinking about a cloud project is to assemble a team that has members that are acquainted with systems, applications, and company processes. You also need to decide if you’ll migrate your whole application at the same time, or in the event that you will migrate it to the cloud component by component or service by service.

Amazon Web Services was the first to offer companies the chance to move their computing onto the cloud. However, given AWS’s competitors are actually from technology giants such as Microsoft, Google, IBM, and Oracle, being the pioneer doesn’t necessarily mean being the leader in the long run. Hence, the fact that AWS still maintains its lead status even after the BIG BOYS have joined the race is a testament to AWS’s competitiveness and invention.