TECHAWARENESS #3 – AWSKind
“I believe you have to be willing to be misunderstood if you’re going to innovate.” — Jeff Bezos
Omar El Ghati made a brilliant presentation friday 4th october, we’re so thankful to your hardwork and how you made it easy for us to understand and be part of a great chat. Here’s a brief of the major points we went through, during the third successful edition of Tech-awareness.
A brief history of AWSkind :
In 2004 Amazon officially launched SQS (Simple queue service) as its first service. 2 years later, in 2006 Amazon Web Services (AWS) emerged from behind scenes providing on-demand computing resources and services in the cloud, with pay-as-you-go pricing. For example, you could run a server on AWS that you could log on to, configure, secure, and run just as would a server that’s sitting in front of you. >span class="s1">infrastructure as a service) PaaS (or Platform as a service) and SaaS (or Software as a service), providing IT infrastructure and other services over the internet.
In 2017 AWS releases a host of Artificial intelligent services as well as VR services.
In 2018 AWS is leading the market share by storm, lifting the curve to 47.8% vs 15.5% for Microsoft. Here’s one that refers to a success !
So what’s AWS core products ?
-Compute and Networking Services
-Storage and Content Delivery Services
-Security and Identity Services
As you can see it takes a while to get familiar with each tool to get into some sort of workflow. By and large, AWS provides building blocks that you can assemble quickly to support any workload and diving into it requires you to understand their own keywords and concepts. There’s really a whole cloud computing world steadily gaining huge popularity here!